This Rebus Picture Stories Packet is designed to help Speech-Language Pathologists, teachers, and parents easily teach basic noun vocabulary to your littlest students in a fun and engaging way. Rebus picture stories allow the child to be engaged in the reading process. They’ll enjoy “reading” the story as they identify the pictures. All of the stories are repetitive, allowing for lots of exposure and practice to help the children learn and retain the target vocabulary.
How to Use:
Simply print and go! Choose which story/vocabulary targets you would like to work on. Print the vocabulary page and pre-teach the target vocabulary to your students. Next, print the story and read it through with your students. Then complete the follow-up activity, if desired. It’s that simple! Because everything is in black & white, it’s easy to print and send home the vocabulary sheet, story, and follow-up activity with your student without feeling guilty about wasted ink.
The packet includes nine units, one for each month of the year. Some of the stories match various themes throughout the year, while others can be used at any time. Each unit contains a vocabulary sheet, a rebus picture story, and a follow-up activity. The following is a suggested time-frame of when to use the stories:
• September (School Supplies): Mary's Lamb Goes to School
• October (Halloween): The Good Little Witch
• November (Thanksgiving/Food): President Lincoln Pardons the Turkey
• December (Winter): Snow Day
• January (Household Items): The Mouse Finds His Cheese
• February (Clothing): The Emperor's New Clothes
• March (Farm Animals): Heebee Jeebee
• April (Spring): Five Little Ducks
• May (Transportation): How Do You Get to School?
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