using Home For A Bunny in speech therapy
Frequent Speech Sounds:

/spr/ initial
/b/ initial



Book Details:
Diverse Characters: N/A
Age Recommendation: Early Childhood

Home For A Bunny

By Margaret Wise Brown

Generations of children have followed this adorable bunny in this classic story from the author of Goodnight Moon. A family favorite since 1956, Margaret Wise Brown’s simple yet playful tale is brought to life by Garth Williams’s exquisite artwork.

This classic rhyming spring and Easter book can be used in speech therapy to address sequencing and problem solving. It is also great for targeting linguistic verbs and for /spr/ and /b/ sounds! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Home For A Bunny in speech therapy below:

Key Teaching Concepts

Narrative Structure:

complete episode

Narrative Concepts:

problem solving
verbs (linguistic)
prepositional phrases
phonological awareness


order of animals Bunny asks about their home


spring, frog, groundhog, robin, burst, home, bog, log, bunny


verbs (linguistic)
prepositional phrases

Phonological Awareness:


Problem Solving:

Bunny tries to find the perfect home by asking other animals about theirs.

If you are interested in seeing other spring and Easter books to use in therapy, then check out the Narrative Teaching Points Book List for a printable copy.