Speech Bubbles 2 is the second set in a series of picture books designed to be used by those working with children who have delayed or disordered speech sound development, children receiving speech therapy or those wanting to provide sound awareness activities for children. The set includes 12 beautifully illustrated storybooks, each targeting a different speech sound in different positions within words, and a user guide with notes on each individual story. Designed to be read aloud to the child in a therapy, classroom or home setting, the stories create a fun and engaging activity that can be returned to again and again.
The full set includes:
- Twelve bright and engaging stories targeting the following early developing sounds and sounds frequently targeted in speech therapy: /v/, /z/, /sh/, /ch/, /h/, /y/, /j/, /r/, /l/, /w/, /r/ blends and /l/ blends.
- A user guide supporting the use of the stories, with individual notes on each.
Perfect not just for therapy but also for encouraging early sound awareness and development, this is an engaging and invaluable resource for speech and language therapists and pathologists, parents and caregivers and teachers working with children aged 2– 8 years.
Table of Contents
Speech Bubbles 2 User Guide Vinnie the Dove: Targeting the /v/ Sound Rick’s Carrot: Targeting the /r/ Sound Harry the Hopper: Targeting the /h/ Sound Have You Ever Met a Yeti?: Targeting the /y/ Sound Zack the Buzzy Bee: Targeting the /z/ Sound Asher the Thresher Shark: Targeting the /sh/ Sound Catch That Chicken: Targeting the /ch/ Sound Will the Wolf: Targeting the /w/ Sound Magic Licking Lollipops: Targeting the /l/ Sound Jasper the Badger: Targeting the /j/ Sound Platypus and Fly: Targeting /l/ blends The Dragon Drawing War: Targeting /r/ blends
Melissa Palmer is a Speech Language Therapist. She worked for the Ministry of Education, Special Education in New Zealand from 2008 to 2013, with children aged primarily between 2 and 8 years of age. She also completed a diploma in children’s writing in 2009, studying under author Janice Marriott, through the New Zealand Business Institute. Melissa has a passion for articulation and phonology, as well as writing and art, and has combined these two loves to create Speech Bubbles.