speech and language teaching concepts for We're Going on an Egg Hunt in speech therapy
Frequent Speech Sounds:

/g/ initial and final
/k/ initial
/th/ initial



Book Details:
Diverse Characters: N/A
Age Recommendation: Early Childhood

We’re Going on an Egg Hunt

By Laura Hughes

Join a family of bunnies as they set off on an exciting lift-the-flap Easter egg hunt. There are ten eggs to find and count–but watch out for the obstacles along the way . . . Lambs, chicks, bees, and ducks await, and there’s even a wolfish surprise, so be careful!

This interactive Easter book can be used in speech therapy to target predicting and sequencing. It’s repetitive text is a great way to engage young learners. Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using We’re Going on an Egg Hunt in speech therapy below:


Key Teaching Concepts

Narrative Structure:

action sequence

Narrative Concepts:

figurative language
text features
repetitive text


order of obstacles that the bunnies have to overcome to get to the eggs


hunt, find, excited, over, under, around, through

Figurative Language:


Text Features:

bolded words for emphasis
interactive flaps
repetitive text


How will the bunnies get through each obstacle? Will they go around? Through?
What is under each flap?
Will the bunnies get to the eggs?
What will the bunnies do when they get the eggs?

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