When the first snow falls, a little girl writes down the things she’s thankful for on strips of paper and links them together. As one idea leads to another, her chain grows longer. There’s so much good in her life: a friend, things that are warm, things that are cold, color, things that can be fixed. This beautiful story is a much-needed reminder to observe and honor life’s small joys.
This wonderful Thanksgiving book can be used in speech therapy to discuss the big things and the small things that we can be thankful for. It is also great for targeting /th/, /f/ /or/ and for alliterations! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Thankful in speech therapy below: