By: Kaleigh McKnight, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LBA
As always, a new month (and year) means I go looking for new stimuli for expressive and receptive language, sources of specific vocabulary, and all-around useful tools for therapy. Books provide so many opportunities for learners of all skill levels, whether they are working on identifying familiar concepts or retelling whole stories. Here are a few of the books I’m looking forward to this month!
If Picasso Painted a Snowman
By Amy Newbold & Greg Newbold
Highlights: Great for learners who are interested in art at any level!
By Anne Herriges
Highlight: A great non-fiction book all about snow!
A Warm Winter Tail
By Carrie A. Pearson, Illustrated by Cristina Wald
Highlight: This is also a rhyming book! So even if the specific concepts may not be accessible to your learner, this will also be great for learners who are working on their phonological awareness!
I hope your friends enjoy reading these as much as I did!
Please note this is not an endorsement for the makers of any paid products and we were not sponsored or otherwise incentivized to include those products. They are simply materials I enjoy using and am looking forward to using the rest of the month!