Week of March 30, 2020
Follow the link below to Youtube to hear Bear Wants More read to you.
Bear Wants More by Karma Wilson & Jane Chapman
Materials are provided below to use with your child to address a variety of communication goals. If you are not sure what goals your child is working on, you may check in the IEP or respond with a question in the Talking Points app or email me at email@example.com.
Who are Bears friends?
Where does Bear live?
When does Bear wake up?
What does Bear eat?
Name synonyms for the following words: scampers, tromps, shuffles, pries, vale, den, lair
Describe the items Bear eats using category, parts, color, location.
Describe how Spring and Fall are the same and different.
Why is Bear hungry and thin when he wakes up?
Why does Bear get stuck in his door?
Why are his friends having a party for Bear?
Model the use of these words on the AAC device while listening to the story:
Name at least three items in each category:
Third person Singular-
Comes, waddles, roots. digs, paws, catches, pushes
Practice the words containing your target sound by saying each word 5 times. Say each word in a sentences as well. Contact me through the Talking Points app or email, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are not sure what target sounds to practice.
/r/ controlled vowels
Retell the story Bear Wants More in the proper sequence including all the items Bear eats and all the friends he sees. Write a sentence or draw a picture for each space.
Follow the links below for additional materials, activities and a craft that will help to enhance the communication skill development for your child using Bear Wants More.