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    All of our Speech Students are working on building vocabulary, synonyms, antonyms, sequencing, main idea and answering in complete sentences using correct grammar and punctuation.


    We read the following books this year. Each student has a list of vocabulary, questions and story maps for each story.


    Paperbag Princess

    The Princess and the Dragon

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books (K-2)

    Turkey Trick or Treat

    Bear Says Thanks (K-2)

    Thank You Sarah (3-5)

    Bear Says Thanks (K-2)

    Bear Stays up for Christmas (K-2)

    Merry UnChristmas (3-5)

    Sneezy The Snowman (K-2)

    Gingerbread Baby (3-5)

    Groundhog's Day Off (3-5)

    The Hat (K-2)

    The Biggest Valenine Ever (K-2)

    The Elves and the Shoemaker (3-5)

    The Three Billy Goats Gruff (K-5)

    The Leprechaun's Gold (3-5)

    Bear Snores On (K-2)

    Princess Pigtoria (3-5)

    If You give a Moose a Muffin (K-2)

    Where the Wild Things Are (3-5)

    If You Give a Mouse a Brownie (K-2)

    Duck Means Buisness (3-5)

    Gilbert Goldfish wants a Pet (K-2)

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar (K-2)

    The Grouchy Ladybug (K-2)

    The Ugly Duckling (3-5



    You can re-read any of our stories with your children they are available at the library.  You can talk to your child about the characters, make predictions based on the pictures, the problem and the solution. You can ask you child to sequence the event of the story. these basic elements will help with your child's understanding of the story.  Ask your child basic questions about the story including who the story is about, what's the problem, where and when the story takes place and the reson for the problem and the solution.