Do you use book companions and shared reading in speech therapy to target multiple language skills with your students? The Napping House is perfect for building understanding of prepositional concepts, sequencing, phonological awareness, vocabulary, and describing skills! Students love the fun illustrations and this delightful book.
In this resource you will find:
• Ideas for shared reading, with purposes for reading for 3 days
• 20 cards for playing vocabulary card games,
• Prepositions activities for before and after reading,
• Sequencing templates and pictures for sequencing parts of the story and for retelling the story,
• A game to play to reinforce vocabulary, concepts, and sequences,
• Describing vocabulary activities to tell “What kind” and “How” about the characters in the story,
• Inferencing activity for pragmatic language/describing emotions,
• Early literacy activities for phonological awareness; including initial sound, rhyming, word families, syllable counting.
I have similar resources for a variety of primary books. Look in my Primary Adapted Books custom category
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