speech and language teaching concepts for I See Summer in speech therapy
Frequent Speech Sounds:

/s/ initial



Book Details:
Diverse Characters: Yes
Age Recommendation: Early Childhood

I See Summer

By Charles Ghigna

Pea pods, cucumbers, and strawberries provide plenty of opportunities for counting in the garden! Follow Dad, Grandma, and other family members as they pick and count. Hidden numbers on every page give readers an opportunity to search and learn.

This eventful rhyming summer book can be used in speech therapy to address things to see and do in the summer. It is also great for noticing illustrations, inferencing and for targeting the /s/ sound! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using I See Summer in speech therapy below:

Key Teaching Concepts

Narrative Structure:

descriptive sequence​

Narrative Concepts:

illustration study​
phonological awareness​
repetitive text​

Text Features:

repetitive text​

Phonological Awareness:



How do they feel about summer when they see sunshine, boats, seagulls, rain, flowers, snails, slugs, ladybugs, seesaws, shade, lemonade, swimsuits, seashells, minnows, hide-n-seek, people without shoes, barbecues, ice cream, puppies, picnics, and fireflies?
How do they feel about spending time with friends and family?
How do you feel about summer?

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