Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Snowmen at Christmas

 I'm joining up with other SLPs at Speech is Sweet for her weekly linky.  It's super easy to link up: just write a blog post about the book that you're using this week, along with how you're using it in therapy. Then, link up!
I just love Snowmen at Christmas (Caralyn Buehner).  The pictures are absolutely gorgeous, and the kids had a good time looking at and talking about all of the little things in the pictures. There's so much language to work on!
There's vocabulary (such as "trimming the square" and "sashay"), "wh" questions, sequencing, rhyming. You want it...you've got it with this book. An added bonus is the beautiful pictures:
To check out what other books are being read in therapy, go over the Speech is Sweet to see who is linking up!

4 comments:

  1. Love, love, love, love this book! Had it since my kids were babies. I sure hope to use it is therapy someday. Thanks for all the tips!

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  2. Thanks for linking up! My students loved this book and they got a kick out of the little mouse that's hidden in all the pictures. The pictures alone unlock a world of language! :)

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  3. This is going on my list next year for sure! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I love the Snowmen books, this one is definitely on my list for next year too! :)

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