This is an engaging story about a loveable dog who gets into all sorts of mischief, while hunting for his teddy bear! Hidden within the storybook illustrations, are 80+ next first developing nouns for your child to identify and label.
This storybook has been turned into an interactive printable package including;
-80+ next early developing nouns integrated into the storybook illustrations to provide language learning opportunities.
-Colouring in opportunities throughout the storybook pages.
-Question ideas to ask the child throughout the storybook (easy, intermediate 1 and intermediate 2).
-Instruction ideas to give the child throughout the storybook (easy, intermediate 1 and intermediate 2).
-Strategies to help the child answer questions and follow the instructions provided.
-Tips for booksharing handout.
This story contains rhythm, rhyme and repetition, which is so important for language and early literacy development! It supports vocabulary (both action words and nouns), and comprehension development.
The following early-developing nouns have been included in each storybook page:
Page 1: fish, fishbowl, water, pillow, bed, elephant, blanket, doll, dress, pajamas, truck, rocking-horse.
Page 2: mirror, soap, toothbrush, cup, sink, tap, bathtub, toilet, shorts, comb, flower, picture, towel.
Page 3: light, washing machine, broom, box, dustpan and brush, t-shirt, underwear, table, hammer, sock.
Page 4: bubbles, pig, chicken, cow, drawers, car, fire engine, rainbow, paint, paintbrush, ball, scissors.
Page 5: window, cloud, bird, oven, stove, apple, butter, cake, cheese, bread, carrots.
Page 6: clock, stairs, phone, letters, fridge, plant, bin/garbage.
Page 7: chair, highchair, pram, shoes, lamp.
Page 8: vacuum-cleaner/Hoover, couch, cushion, teddy bear, door, hat, coat, television, book, plug.