When the first flakes fell from the grey sky, the postman and the farmer and the policeman and his wife scurried about doing all the practical things grown-ups do when a snowstorm comes. But the children laughed and danced, and caught the lacy snowflakes on their tongues. All the wonder and delight a child feels in a snowfall is caught in the pages of this book—the frost ferns on the windowsill, the snowman in the yard and the mystery and magic of a new white world.
This classic winter book can be used in speech therapy to address a variety of speech sounds with its repetitive text, including /er/, initial and final /f/, and initial /ch/. It is also great for noticing figurative language, specifically imagery. Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using White Snow, Bright Snow in speech therapy below: