speech and language teaching concepts for Shake a Leg, Egg! in speech therapy

Frequent Speech Sounds:

/g/ final

Themes:

Spring
Easter

Book Details:

Diverse Characters: N/A
Age Recommendation: Early Childhood, Elementary

Shake a Leg, Egg!

By Kurt Cyrus

It’s springtime, and the pond is bursting with new life. There are beaver pups, heron hatchlings, and lots and lots of ducklings. Everyone is out and about, swimming, flapping, chirping, and quacking—except for one family of geese. When, oh when, will their last little one break on out and join the waiting world?

This sweet Easter book can be used in speech therapy to work on sequencing and rhyming. It is also great for addressing action verbs. Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Shake a Leg, Egg! in speech therapy below: 

Key Teaching concepts

Narrative Structure:

complete episode

Narrative Concepts:

vocabulary
sequencing
illustration study
verbs (action)
verbs (present progressive)
phonological awareness

Sequencing:

order of events that led to the chick hatching out of the egg

Vocabulary:

aware, waiting, crows, debating, sprouts, hatching, nest

Grammar:

verbs (present progressive)
verbs (action)

Phonological Awareness:

rhyming

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