Many of my poor language disordered students have such difficulty telling stories. I’m sure that’s no surprise to you. Narrative skills are not usually the strong suit of someone with language learning problems. They often lack structure, vocabulary, and understanding of overall language. Needless to say, we work a lot with stories and books in our speech room.
My newest product targets just that – narratives. It’s a fun way to get kids excited about telling stories. In fact, my little ones actually ask for the story cans! (I love it when they don’t realize they’re learning something while playing).
Now, this product involves a little bit of craftiness on your part to set everything up. Don’t worry, it’s nothing complicated. You can make it as cutesy or as easy as you’d like.
You’ll need about 6 small cans or containers, modge podge or glue, and scrapbook paper.
There are lots of ways you could use these story cans. I’d encourage you to get creative and find what works best for your kids! There are several ideas for use in the download as well. Find it at my TPT store my clicking HERE!
What do you think?? Could your kids use this in your speech rooms?