Published June 2000
by Wadsworth Pub Co .
Written in English
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Browse speech interactive books resources on Teachers Pay Teachers, a marketplace trusted by millions of teachers for original educational resources. Alphabet Street is a delightful interactive book, shaped like a building with a triangular roof. Each page has two flaps–one for the upper level of the house and one for the lower level, which is the store. The book has a lot of alliteration and descriptive vocabulary. You’ll see pictures of parents executing daily living tasks, a diverse. Why you should be Using Interactive Books in Speech Therapy (+ a freebie) Fun ideas to incorporate with interactive books! Sensory bin: Hide the interactive pieces in a sensory bin. Let the student find one at a time or all of them and then complete the book. This works well for students who need a change-up, sensory input, or to add even. Looking for an interactive PDF for speech therapy that will work with your whole caseload? This free bundle covers articulation, language, and social skills goals. This all-in-one bundle is all around the theme of nature and is perfect for springtime learning.
As you can see, these books are captivating and interactive. What more could a speech therapist ask for? So today, I am here to present 10 fabulous books for speech therapy.* 10 Fabulous Books for SLPs. 1) Story Path – This book is amazing for working on expressive language skills. Students choose their own “path” via pictures throughout. I love interactive books, too and like you have been making them for many years! It has just become so much easier with improved technology. I still have all my originals created with boardmaker and some with cut and paste!! Great post! Thanks. I'm looking forward to purchasing your winter themed books. The Scarecrow by Beth Ferry and the Fan Brothers gives lots of repetition of /sk/ and is a sweet story about friendship.; When the Leaf Blew In by Steve Metzger is fun for cause and effect, sequencing, and /l/ and l-blends.; Leaf Trouble by Caitlyn Griffiths is a story about a little squirrel who is worried about the leaves falling. It's great for answering "What happened?", the concept of. Speech Therapy Basic Concepts and Early Language Interactive Books Mega Bundle! In this bundle you will receive ALL of my Interactive Books for 20% off!Current Interactive Books: Basic Concepts Interactive Books: Opposites #1, Opposites #2, Prepositions, Quantitative Concepts, & ShapesEarly Lan.
The interactive books are great! I teach SDC preschool and currently have a class with 2 3-year olds that read anything and everything as well as 2 nonverbal (and 4 kiddos in between) and these books would be a spectacular way to have all my kiddos involved ;-). I’m always looking for new activities to keep things fresh and interesting! : Speech in Action: Interactive Activities Combining Speech Language Pathology and Adaptive Physical Education (): America X. Gonzalez, Lois Jean Brady, Jim Elliot: BooksReviews: 6. Interactive Articulation Books rock! I have created six books for each sound. Each sound has two books for the initial position, two books for the medial position, and two books for the final position. The books differ by the types of sentences that are included. I am a SAHM trying to find ways to help my son with speech. These look so fun. Find Books. A selection of some of the best children’s books for encouraging speech and language development in young children. Use the filter function to search for specific speech and language goals within these books.