Digital Book Companion: Somebody Loves You Mr Hatch

Digital Book Companion: Somebody Loves You Mr Hatch

The Type B SLP

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This product is great for teletherapy and telehealth! This is an over 200-page NO PRINT common core aligned book companion for the book, Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch by Eileen Spinelli, targeting a variety of language, vocabulary, and grammar goals, especially perfect for your mixed group therapy. BONUS: this no print book companion also includes printable extension activities! This read-aloud book is great for teaching vocabulary and retell! Find the book on YouTube HERE.

 

This no print book companion can be used on any computer, tablet/iPad, or cellphone for quick, easy, and fun therapy. Perfect for speech therapy, special education, RTI, and small reading groups. Check out the preview for a closer look (preview edition is non-clickable and utilized for preview purposes only).

 

The following Common Core aligned skills are targeted:

LANGUAGE

  • WH Questions
  • Conversation Questions
  • Sequencing
  • Basic Concepts

VOCABULARY

  • In-the-Text Vocabulary
  • Multiple Meaning Words
  • Categories (what belongs & doesn't belong)
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Compare & Contrast

GRAMMAR

  • Past Tense Verbs, both Regular and Irregular

BONUS

  • Printable extension activities!
  • Editable pages to type out goals & print!

 

Open on your device!

Open the PDF on the device of your choice (computer, laptop, tablet, or phone). You will find a screen with buttons to select your desired target area (see preview above). Click on whichever area you'd like to work on, and you will be given a set of task cards targeting that area/specific goal. This no print companion will easily supplement your students' reading!

 

NOTE: This download does not include Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin (however a link to the book is provided). The book should be purchased separately. This is ONLY a book companion pack to work on language skills. I am not affiliated with the author of this book.


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