This unit is designed to accompany the story, “The Hat” by Jan Brett. The activities in this unit are designed to foster language and articulation skills while also learning from a great picture book.
The book is not included in this download.
I highly recommend putting each section into a page protector sleeve and then clipping all of the sleeves together. This method of organization makes it very easy to find and organize your materials.
“The Hat Speech Therapy Book Companion” allows the educator to use the same book with almost every student on their caseload. Activities and worksheets are divided into
⭐️PreK: language skills at the 3-5 word utterance stage
⭐️Level 1: language skills in the K-1st-grade common core state standards
⭐️Level 2: language skills in the 2nd-3rd-grade common core state standards
⭐️Level 3: language skills in the 4th-5th-grade common core state standards
Activities and worksheets are aligned with Common Core State Standards:
✰ CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.1 Participate in conversations
✰ CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.3 Ask and answer questions, summarize
✰ CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.6 Express thoughts clearly and in complete sentences
✰ CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1 Use standard English grammar
✰ CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.4.4 Define and clarify new vocabulary
✸ 24 mixed /l/ and /l-blends/
✸ 24 mixed /s, z/ and /s-blends/
✸ 24 mixed /r/ and /r-blends/
✸ Where is the Hat?
✸ Grammar (regular past tense)
✸ Basic Concepts
✸ Grammar (irregular past tense)
✸ Perspective Taking
✸ Grammar (complex sentences)
✸ Think and Explain
✸ Feelings Cards
✸ Expected and Unexpected
✸ Thought Bubbles
Story Comprehension (All Levels)
✸ Story Sequencing
✸ Story Comprehension Spinner
✸ Story Map
✸ Story Retelling Rubric
❤️ “This is a very comprehensive book companion for a great book! This packet directly targets artic, vocabulary, describing, grammar/sentence structure, sequencing/narrative language development, and social language/perspective taking! I especially like how the vocabulary words come directly from the book. My students like to search through the book to find the vocabulary words and use context clues to determine the definition. Thank you for taking the time to create such a useful resource!”
❤️ “Kids love the book and the activities. I love the goals that I can target with one book. Thanks for the ideas!”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Hi! I’m Cheri, SLP and doctoral student. I’m an Ivy League graduate and creator of one of the first and longest-running speech therapy blogs in the world, . Since graduating with my master’s degree in 2000, I have worked in schools, clinics, hospitals, and private practice. I am a national presenter and have taught students around the world in my online . In my free time, you can find me playing soccer with my two teens or reading three books at the same time (in front of the fire, while crocheting).
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