Boo! Hope you had a delightful and frightful Halloween. October was rough on my computer. One new hard driver later I’m trying to play catch up with my blog posts, new products, reviews, and emails. Not to mention trying to piece together back ups to get all my files back! I didn’t want to let the season totally pass without a quick post about a new book companion.
The Little Old Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything book companion is available in my shop. This packet is all in black and white for easy print-and-go therapy. There is no prep required. Simply run copies of the pages you wish to use with your students. It’s great for Preschool-Second Grade.
Page 3: Story Retell. Retell each part of the story and color the page.
Page 4: Illustrate the story as you retell it.
Page 5: Plurals. Use dot markers to cover each word as you make a sentence. Then cut out each square and match the singular and plural cards.
Page 6: Actions. Use dot markers to cover each word as you make a sentence.
Page 7: Mixed WH questions.
Page 8: Vocabulary: 4 targeted vocabulary words.
Pages 9-10. Open-ended dot pages.
Pages 11-16. Phonology dot pages. Syllable Deletion, Gliding, Fronting, Stopping, Final Consonant Deletion, Cluster Reduction
Page 17. Game Board. Add game pieces and play with any target skill.
A blank game board to use with dot markers and any activity cards.
Phonological Process Dot Sheets
Blank Dot sheets to use for any goal.
Even without blogging about it this October, over 90 fellow SLPs rated it 4/4 stars on TpT. I love that you’re loving it! This is my favorite feedback so far:
“My preschoolers love this book and have been doing it in their classroom with their teacher. This packet was a great resource to use to reinforce some additional speech and language concepts that the classroom teacher did not directly address! So great!”
Grab the packet here on Teachers Pay Teachers.
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We have an external drive for computer back ups…I just have to remember to do it every so often!
Hope you’re 100% soon!!!
Thank goodness for my External Hard drive! I had a good back up from Feb. The prob is that since my hard drive was failing during my last back-up that one didn’t save and I didn’t know it! I did have an extra flashdrive back up of my SRN files so I just lost pics for the last 8 months. I’m so thankful I had some type of backup!
I do this story with my PK and K classroom inclusion lessons! They LOVE it. I’m so glad to see your packet of activities. I will definitely have to add it to my treasure trove and expand my activities with it! Thanks for adding it.