Reading books with your child or students is an excellent way to work on improving vocabulary skills, as well as receptive and expressive language skills. Check out some of these books to read with your child during Halloween time Remember to ask your child questions about the story to check for comprehension. You can also ask your child to point to specific objects in the pictures (e.x. Show me the big pumpkin. Have your child tell you about his favorite part of the story after reading the book. Continue reading to find out the best Halloween books for speech therapy.
5 Best Halloween Books
(This one is great for sequencing!)
(Wonderful rhyming words!)
(Sing to the tune ‘The Wheels on the Bus’)
For more Halloween activities check out 8 Halloween Crafts for Speech and Language Therapy