Friday, August 2, 2013

Llama Llama Red Pajama Book Companion- Speech, Language, & Literacy Targets


We are happy to post this fun new book companion document that targets a large variety of speech, language and literacy goal areas! It could be the perfect document to have for a classroom or a speech therapy treatment room.

This fun packet contains sequencing, reading, writing, rhyming, articulation exercises, and SO MUCH MORE! We hope that you love the activities as much as we loved reading the book and putting this book companion document together!

Please see the contents below.

Sincerely, Manda & Shanda, SLP's

Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy

Page 4: Llama Llama Red Pajama Vocabulary Page. Name the picture seen.

Page 5: Vocabulary with words. Print and cut out the therapy cards.

Page 6: Level 1 Sequencing: Llama Llama Red Pajama Story Sequence Cards 1 to 6.

Page 7: Level 1 Sequencing: Sequencing mat for the 6 story sequences.

Pages 8-10: Level 2 Sequencing: Llama Llama Red Pajama Story Sequence Cards 1 to 15.

Pages 11-13: Level 2 Sequencing: Sequencing mat for the 15 story sequences.

Pages 14-16: Level 1 Comprehension: “WH” Story Comprehension Questions.

Page 17-19: Level 2 Comprehension: Story Comprehension “Yes”, “No” and open-ended questions.

Page 20: Llama Llama Red Pajama Story Comprehension Worksheet.

Page 21: Llama Llama Red Pajama Story Comprehension Worksheet answers.

Page 22: Literacy: Alphabet Identification paint dotter/ token page.

Page 23: Math: Numbers 1 to 15 Identification paint dotter/token page.

Pages 24-25: Math: Count the items and write the number counted pages.

Page 26: Concepts: Identify the color and shape therapy cards.

Page 27: Concepts: Identify the color of the bed therapy cards.

Page 28-29: Learn the name of baby animal therapy cards.

Pages 30-33: Spelling/Writing: Trace/copy the letter and words of baby animals and the “M” for mom.

Page 34-35: Reading: Match the words to the pictures of the mommy and baby animals shown.

Page 36: Vocabulary: Bedtime items Memory Match Card.

Page 37-38: Bedtime girl and boy token/paint dotter reinforcer page.

Page 39: Bedtime game board. Be the first one to cross the teddy bears to make it to bed!

Page 40: Bedtime Game Board Die and Game Markers. Print, cut out and assemble.

Page 41: Sequencing: Three- step boy and girl going to bed sequencing cards.

Page 42: Sequencing mat.

Pages 43-45: Categorizing: Circle or cross out bedtime, morning and breakfast item.

Page 46: Written Direction Following: Find and cross out, circle or underline specific objects.

Page 47: Problem Solving: Help the boy through the maze and find his nighttime items along the way.

Pages 48-49: Prepositions: Identify where the teddy bear is in relation to the bed and sort.

Pages 50-52: Rhyming: Identify the rhyming pairs and match to the rhyming picture mat.

Page 53-56: Literacy: Find the letter that begins and ends bedtime and animal words.

Page 57: Problem Solving: Help the girl find her bed and read the letters seen on the way to the end of the maze.

Page 58: Literacy: Count the syllables in each word.

Page 59: Literacy: Make a word out of each letter of the word LLAMA.

Page 60: Fun Facts About Llamas Informational Page.

Page 61: Social Language: Llama feeling and question cards.

Page 62: Social Language: Therapy cards discussing and practicing feelings.

Page 63: Social Language: How would you respond to social greetings? Practicing of social scenarios.

Page 64 -65: Verbal Expression: Use the llama pictures as a pacing board for slow and clear verbal production of phrases and sentences.

BONUS!! Pages 66-68: Articulation: Articulation screener for most sounds at the word or sentence level. A carrier sentence is provided for the sentence level productions.

Pages 69-71: Articulation: Initial, medial and final /L/ sound therapy cards. (8 of each position).

Pages 72-74: Articulation: Initial, medial and final /L/ sound Seek-n-Find pages.

Attention: This document can and should be used in conjunction with the book, Llama Llama Red Pajama and it should be stated that Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy is not affiliated with the book’s talented author, Anna Dewdney, or Viking Children's Books ,A division of Penguin Group (USA).


Pam Dahm said...

This is exactly what I was looking for! Could you please share where you found the clip art for this book?

Twin Sisters Speech and Language Therapy said...

Hi Pam,
I obtained the clip art from a variety of different places. This is a copy of the clip art credit page. Best Wishes, Manda
Graphics: @Charlotte Braddock 2013


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