The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams, my favorite fall book, now has a speech and language book companion to accompany your therapy needs, which was given a facelift with new clip art and additional activities in 2016!
Use these activities to target sequencing/story retell, defining and describing, regular past tense verbs, synonyms, articulation of /l, r, s/ sounds in all positions of words and in blends all using vocabulary from the book, story comprehension, and comparisons.
Included in this book companion:
Contents (pg. 2)
Images of contents (pg. 3)
Story Map (p. 4)
17 Comprehension questions (pg. 5-7)
13 story related word pairs for targeting similarities and differences (pgs. 8-10).
17 synonym pair cards targeting words from the story (match a shirt and pair of pants). (p. 11-16)
Synonym matching check/answer worksheet (p. 17)
Story picture cards for defining or sequencing (pgs. 18-19)
Tier 1 defining and describing mats with pictures from the story (pgs. 20-26)
Articulation word lists for /r, l, s/ sounds targeting words from the story. (pgs. 27-28)
Open-ended articulation worksheet. (pg. 29)
13 regular verb cards targeting words from the story. (pgs. 30-34)
Pronoun (subjective, objective, and possessive) & verb (has/have, present progressing –ing, is/are, was/were, and present tense –s) mats along with manipulatives (pgs. 35-42).
Basic concepts grid (pg. 43)
When I was brave open-ended writing activity (pg. 44)
3-part sequencing open-ended writing/drawing activity (pg. 45)
Roll A Scarecrow reinforcement activity. (ps. 46-48) *Make multiple copies for additional players.
Game board (pg. 49)
Credits (pg. 50)
Created by Sparklle SLP
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I am not affiliated with this book. "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything" is required to utilize this product.