In this cheerfully-illustrated, simply-presented book, children can learn about the growth cycle and many varieties of pumpkins, and even how to plant their own. Award-winning author Gail Gibbons also relates the special role pumpkins played in the first Thanksgiving, the history behind carving pumpkins into jack’o’lanterns, and how pumpkins are still part of our celebrations today.
This informative pumpkins and Halloween-themed book can be used in speech therapy to target how questions and sequencing. It is also great for targeting comparing and contrasting and illustration study. Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using The Pumpkin Book in speech therapy below: