Use this Stone Soup resource in speech-language therapy or as a part of your literacy program in your special education class. Stone Soup is a classic old story with a great moral about sharing. You can read this story to your group for 4 sessions, giving them a different purpose to listen each day. Perfect for use in mixed groups or for differentiation.
☀ There is a picture communication board for non-verbal students to use.
☀ There are 24 vocabulary cards.
☀ There is also a “Make Stone Soup” game with a special spinner to play at the end of the week - or whenever it fits with your schedule.
☀ There are BINGO-type cards and a set of picture Dominoes for reinforcing vocabulary, too.
☀ There is a wordless picture book for students to finish to re-tell the story.
☀ There are shared reading lesson ideas with matching activities for each day.
☀ There are a variety of related language activities to go with the daily purpose for reading; including describing sequencing, retelling
☀ There are several story element and story sequencing activities.
☀ There are also some phonological awareness activity pages; for initial sound and syllable counting activities.
Reading Literature 1.1: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text
Reading Literature 1.2: Retell stories including key details, and demonstrate understanding of the central message
Reading Literature 1.3: Describe characters, settings, major events in a story with key details.
Reading Literature 1.4: Identify words and phrases in stories and poems that relay feelings or senses
Reading Literature 1.6: Identify who is telling the story (at different points in the story if it changes)
Reading Literature 1.7: Use illustrations and story details to describe characters, settings, events