Are you dressed in Red, White and Blue today? Happy 4th of July! This summer I’m working in two different speech clinics, giving me the opportunity to work with some awesome SLP’s! My friend Katie Schutz had made a book about the 4th of July to use in our Summer Language Group. She is kindly letting me share it with you guys today! The book as simple sentences that describe typical 4th of July activities (ie: I see fireworks!) and the students can find the matching icons. We used it at circle time and the students took turns finding the matching icon! Katie used velcro to attach the pieces but if you are having a student make their own book you could glue them on! Enjoy! Grab the book here. And the icons here. In the group Emily had her kids make American flags. Didn’t they turn out adorable?! What ideas did you use this week? Happy Fourth of July!
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Carrie Manchester says
Great activity! I just posted a 4th of July inspired activity at carriesspeechcorner.blogspot.com, but I’m not working this summer (Yay!)
Any way to re upload this book? It says it is in your trash so I cannot access it.
Practically Speeching says
Very cute! Glad this worked out so well!!! 🙂 Happy 4th!
Thanks to you and Katie for the great book! I will be able to use it next year, since we already celebrated the Fourth in my classroom. I posted about our activities here.
Thanks so much.. I will use with a group at a camp 🙂
Ruth Morgan says
Thanks!!!! This is perfect for ESY.
It looks like the book is no longer available. Any other place a copy would be?