Friends won't let Bear go hungry this spring in this book by Karma Wilson. Brining books into the speech room is a perfect way to work with mixed groups.
This book companion includes:
17 comprehension question cards (pg. 3-5)
11 inferencing question cards targeting “What is Bear Thinking?” (pgs. 6-7)
Describing worksheets (pgs. 8-10): Describe a bear, daisy, and fish. Write descriptive features for each Tier 1 vocabulary picture. Suggested use: Use in a sheet protector with dry erase markers.
Articulation word lists (pgs. 11-13): Words from the story targeting the following sounds in mixed positions in words: /k, g, f, v, sh, ch, j, s, z, th, l, r/. Suggested Use: Use for auditory bombardment, drill practice, and writing words on the open-ended articulation worksheet for home practice.
Open-ended articulation worksheet with a fishing theme (pg. 14)
35 Regular Verbs and 9 Irregular verbs in yesterday, today, tomorrow strips (pgs. 15-30): Suggested Use: Print, cut, and laminate each strip or place in sheet protectors. Have the student make a sentence with each verb in the past, present, and future tense.
Subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns (pgs. 31-34): Suggested Use: Print and place pronoun pages in sheet protectors. Print, cut, and laminate small pictures. Use pictures with pronoun page sentences.
Subject/verb agreement (was/were, is/are, and present tense -s) sentence strips with verb word/picture cards & character pictures (pgs. 35-38). Suggested Use: Place was/were, is/are, & present tense -s pages in sheet protectors. Print, cut, and laminate word/picture cards and character cards. Use verb cards and character cards in sentence strips.
Basic Concepts Grid (pg. 39): Suggested Use: Use grid to target basic concepts using chips or by marking location.
When I Wanted More open-ended worksheet (pg. 40): Suggested Use: Students draw pictures or write words to respond to the prompt.
Venn Diagram (pg. 41): Suggested Use: Use the Venn diagram to compare and contrast characters or objects from the story. Print for each student or place in a sheet protector and use with a dry erase marker.
Somebody wanted but so then summarizing worksheet (pg. 42): Suggested Use: Cover flaps with suggested responses and have student draw or write responses to summarize the story.
Sequencing worksheet (pg. 43): Suggested Use: Use for writing/drawing events from the story (3-part sequence).
Bear Wants More Game Board (pgs. 44): Suggested Use: Use the game board with personal dice or spinner and game markers. Help Bear find the fish. Use after practicing any target skill.
Credits (pgs. 45)
Sparklle SLP is not affiliated with this book. The book is required for use.