Speech and Language Book Companion for Where is Home Little Pip? by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman. This is a sweet story of a penguin that gets away from home and the kind creatures he meets.
This book companion includes:
Story Map (pg. 3): Use for making predictions and retelling the story.
Where Question Cards (pg. 4): 5 where questions
Who Question Cards (pg. 5): 5 who questions with picture choices
Inferencing Question Cards (pg. 6): 5 cards targeting “What is Little Pip Thinking?”
Tier 2 Vocabulary Cards (pg. 7-8): Choose the synonym from 3 choices for each target word from the story.
Tier 1 Describing Worksheets (pgs. 9-12): Describe a penguin, whale, husky, and gull. Write descriptive features for each picture. Use in a sheet protector with dry erase markers (not included), if desired.
Articulation word lists (pgs. 13-16): Words from the story targeting the following sounds in mixed positions in words: /k, g, f, v, sh, ch, j, s, z, l, r, th/. Use for auditory bombardment, drill practice, and writing words on the open ended articulation worksheet for home practice. (pg. 18)
Open ended articulation worksheet with a penguin theme (pg. 18)
31 Regular Verb Cards (pg. 18-28) & 9 Irregular Verb Cards (pg. 29-32): Print, cut, and laminate each strip or use each in a sheet protector (not included). Have the student make a sentence with each verb in the past, present, and future tense.
Subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns (pgs. 33-36): Print and place pronoun pages in sheet protectors (not included), if desired. 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 cards & character pictures (pgs. 37-41). Place was/were, is/are, & present tense -s pages in sheet protectors (not included), if desired. Print, cut, and laminate small word cards and character cards. Use verb cards and character cards in sentence strips.
Basic Concepts Grid (pg. 42): Use grid to target basic concepts using chips or by marking location.
Where is Home Visualizing Worksheet (pg. 43): Students draw pictures to respond to a rhyme from the story depicting an animal home. Read one of the rhymes in the story as students draw what they visualize.
Barrier Activity (pg. 44-46) 2 black & white scenes and 12 pictures to use as a barrier activity, story retell, or narrating a story.
Venn Diagram (pg. 47): Use the Venn diagram to compare and contrast animals or homes from the story.
“Somebody Wanted But So Then” Summarizing Worksheet (pg. 48)
Sequencing worksheet (pg. 49) Use for writing/drawing events from the story (6-part)
Where is Home Little Pip? Reinforcement (pgs. 50-52). Make one copy of page 50. Make multiples copies of pgs. 51-52. Cut and laminate each card, if desired. Pick a card after each target skill practice. Be the first to find the penguin. Pay special attention to game cards.
Credits (pgs. 53-54)
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Sparklle SLP is not affiliated with Where is Home Little Pip? The book is not included, but required for use.