After a mischievous leprechaun makes a mess of the band room, the Gingerbread Man vows to catch him. He follows the leprechaun’s clues all around the building finding chaos everywhere–even in the library! But then he finds the worst clue of all. It says the leprechaun’s next target might be a house made of gingerbread! Luckily, the Gingerbread Man makes it to his classroom in time to set a trap for the leprechaun. He’ll show that mischief maker that he messed with the wrong cookie this time.
This clever rhyming spring and St. Patrick’s Day book can be used in speech therapy to address problem solving, sequencing, and a variety of regular and irregular past tense verbs. It is also great for noticing illustrations and for targeting /l/ sounds! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School in speech therapy below: