Wow, I feel like I haven’t blogged in forever! I definitely have missed Wild About Books Wednesday during my hiatus. School started and I was also moving into my new house. Life has been, for lack of a better word, cray cray. Luckily, I now have internet access and balance has been restored in the universe! haha
If you’re new to my blog, Wild About Books Wednesday is a weekly linky party that celebrates books in therapy! I love using books to support language. They are my go-to therapy tools. If you have a blog I would love if you would link up with a new or recent post about how you use a book in therapy. Just use the picture at the bottom of this post to link up!
This week I want to share my latest book companion for Lucy Colandro’s There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books.
You can find this companion in my TPT store by clicking HERE. This is a fantastic book for the beginning of the school year! My students love the old lady and I just couldn’t resist making a companion to meet their needs. I already have this prepped and ready to go for this week!
Granny Bingo: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rhyme! This book is bursting with silly rhymes that students will love, making it a great book to address rhyming. Three different bingo boards are included!
Do you love granny? How do you use these books in your speech room?
Don’t forget to link up! No blog? No problem! Just share your ideas by leaving a comment! Have a wonderful day. I’ll see you next Wednesday with a new book and new ideas!