It's Wednesday and I'm getting super wild today! Let's take a trip to the zoo and visit Edward - an adventurous Emu. Also, if you have a new or recent post about how to use a specific book in therapy link up with your ideas! Just use the picture below to link back to me.
The book begins with an Emu that is absolutely bored! He's tired of being an Emu... so when the Zookeeper goes home at night he sneaks out of his pen! He tries his hand at being a variety of animals: a seal, a lion, and a snake. But when he overhears a zoo visitor say that they think the Emus are the best he becomes overjoyed and wants to be an Emu again! This book is fantastic! It's written with rhyming words so it lends itself well to phonological awareness activities, it's great for sequencing, and so much more!
HERE. It supports a variety of receptive and expressive language skills, including:
Sequencing: Print and laminate the sequencing map and story tiles.. and add velcro! This book is perfect for little ones who are struggling with sequencing events, as there are only four major events in the story.
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