Picture books are a great way for both therapists and parents to help children with some articulation goals.
Today we have compiled a great list of books for working on the s sound both in initial and end word position. We have chosen repetitive books with lots of opportunity for the preschooler to practice the chosen sound.
This can be used as a quick reference guide with the words listed for practice in each book.
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1. Dear Santa by Rod Campbell. Target words Santa, so.
2. Brown Bear Brown Bear what do you see? by Eric Carle. Great book for practicing the phrases What do you see. I see a.
3. The Wheels on the Bus by Annie Kubler. Nursery rhymes are great for repetitioukCw4}YϷcL(VdB]vs, bus.
4. Maisy goes on Vacation by Lucy Cousins. Target words suitcase, Cyril, seaside, sandcastle, seashells.
5. Thats not my Santa by Fiona Watt. Nice easy phrase not my Santa. Other targets soft, sack, mouse.
6. Sizzles, where are you? by Lauren Child. Lift the flaps to find Sizzles.
7. Guess how muh I love you by Sam McBratney. Target words guess.
8. Mouse Moves House by Phil Roxbee Cox. Target words -mouse, house, suitcase.
9. Fox in Socks by Dr Suess. Lots of rhyming fun to be repeated over.
10 Dont Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems. Target words -bus, please.
11. I Went Walking Targets see, saw, horse.
12. Silly Sally by Audrey Wood. Good for different phrases silly sally silly pig.
13. Peepo by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. Very good for the repetition of he sits on . what does he see?
14. Doctor Maisy by Lucy Cousins. Target words -nurse, dress, sick, nose.
15. Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell. Target words -zoo, so, sent.
16. Going to the Hospital by Usborne Books. Target words- six, sick, ears, nurse.
17. Spot can count by Eric Hill. All counting books are great for six, seven. Other targets mouse, horse, geese.
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