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My favorite Dr. Seuss book when I was a kid~drove my mom crazy having her read it to me~such happy memories!

Virtual Book Club: Dr. Seuss The Foot Book - Play 2 Learn with Sarah

Today, we read “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” After reading the book, we played Simon Says to practice following directions. By preschool age, we would like for students to be able to follow two-step directions. For example, we would like for a preschool student to hear “Get your coat and line-up at the door” and follow both directions given in the one sentence. Please see the attached homework and following directions worksheet.

Joey Box's Speech Therapy Website - Resources, Lesson Plans, and Announcements for Current Students

Today, we read “Searching for the Perfect Pumpkin.” You will find the homework below and an accompanying “Halloween Patterns” worksheet.

Joey Box's Speech Therapy Website - Resources, Lesson Plans, and Announcements for Current Students

Today, along with our other speech and language activities, we read “The Lonely Scarecrow.” This book teaches students about the changing seasons. Ask your students questions about new vocabulary as you go through the book and ask questions to make sure the students understand the various concepts behind each season. Please complete the attached homework.

Joey Box's Speech Therapy Website - Resources, Lesson Plans, and Announcements for Current Students

Dr. Seuss The Foot Book Activity with Antonyms - write the opposites to expose them to new pairs

During Dr. Seuss week we focused on opposites. We spent one day reading Dr. Seuss' 'THE FOOT BOOK' and making a list of opposites.

Top 20 Favorite Children's Books | The Logonauts    Top 20 Favorite Children's Books from a survey of elementary students, teachers, and parents.

Top 20 Favorite Children's Books

Top 20 Favorite Children's Books - 20 Favorite Children's Books from a survey of elementary students, teachers, and parents.

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