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5 Steps to Reading Books with Your Preschool Speech and Language Students

   Are you looking for ways to read with your preschool speech and language students while encouraging language growth and goals? Go beyond just reading TO your students and start reading WITH them! Here are five steps you can take to read a book with your preschool students.   1. TALK ABOUT THE COVER This is a great time to work on some predicting by asking, “Who do you think this book is about?” or, “What is this animal?” You’ll love some of the responses.  The predicting skills used here are great.  You can help your students talk about who they think the characters will be, where will the story take place, and even, what might happen in the story.

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5 Steps to Reading Books with Your Preschool Speech and Language Students

   Are you looking for ways to read with your preschool speech and language students while encouraging language growth and goals? Go beyond just reading TO your students and start reading WITH them! Here are five steps you can take to read a book with your preschool students.   1. TALK ABOUT THE COVER This is a great time to work on some predicting by asking, “Who do you think this book is about?” or,

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