Practical resources for Speech and Language Therapy
I love using books in therapy sessions with my clients and I’m sure you do too. Using books provides an endless array of content on which to build your therapy. Having a structure on which to build this therapy makes your life easier.
That is why we have developed our Blanks Questions series.
Marion Blank devised a four level system of questioning for oral language development aimed at children in the early years. She acknowledged the importance of keeping questions within a child’s level of understanding so that while they can be challenged they are not overwhelmed.
Blank’s questions are a list of different types of questions, from easy to more difficult, which help children’s learning by encouraging them to:
• Observe and discuss objects and events that go on in the world around them
• Classify and categorise objects or events (e.g. banana/apple/pear = fruit)
• Think about and talk about why events happened
• Problem solve difficult situations and possible solutions
• Make deductions or inferences
This Bundle includes all 9 book companions and a surprise!
Spot goes to the farm
No roses for Harry
One Mole Digging
Who sank the boat
The very cranky bear
Mr Gumpy’s Outing
Room on a broom
When the wind blew
Each resource contains a list of questions for each page. That’s hundreds of questions for each book. Extras are included for each companion. These are different for each book. These include pictures, puppets, language ideas.
All books companions are available separately.