July 31, 2013

Itty-Bitty Books for Articulation Practice - T, D, N set

use this set of mini books as practice or homework for T, D, and N

 
A bunch of you were able to grab the P, B, M set of Itty-Bitty Books last week when they were flash freebies over on Twitter. I hope you are enjoying them! I created another set to add to your grab-and-go resources: T, D, N Itty-Bitty Books!


There is a book for each of three sounds: T, D, and N in the initial position of words. The books are black and white, so your students can have fun practicing their target sounds while coloring the pictures. An instruction page is also included for assembling your Itty-Bitty books.

Example of assembled Itty-Bitty Book

Have fun using these with your students! You can find them here on TpT. I'll give a set away to two lucky readers who enter via the rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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19 comments:

  1. Who invented fractions? Henry the 1/8th!
    Danielle F

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  2. I'm not a huge joke person, but this one is a favorite of my school kiddos...

    How do you make a tissue dance? You put a little boogie in it.

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  3. Here's one to get the kiddos back into the swing of school....
    Q: How did the music teacher get locked in the classroom?
    A: His keys were inside the piano!

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    1. I haven't heard that one! Thanks!

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  4. Knock, Knock
    Who's There?
    Banana
    Banana Who?
    Knock, Knock
    Who's There?
    Banana
    Banana Who?
    Knock, Knock
    Who's There?
    Orange
    Orange Who?
    Orange you glad I didn't say Banana?

    A groaner I know but it's the only knock knock joke I can always remember!

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  5. Why did the cookie go to the hospital?

    Because he felt crummy.

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  6. What color socks do bear wear?

    They don't wear socks, they have bear feet.

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  7. My 4-year old likes to tell jokes, but he doesn't really understand the humor yet. He made this one up this morning.

    Why did the chicken cross the cornfield?
    To get to the barn.

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    1. Haha! I love it! My nephew used to make up jokes too when he was about that age. The punchline was always "Spaghetti!"

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    2. Sounds like my son! He used to just say one line and then laugh, so I guess it's getting better.

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  8. Knock, Knock!

    Who's there?

    Interrupting Cow.

    Interrupting co...

    MOO!

    (It works much better in person)

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    1. YES! One of my all-time favorites!

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  9. One my eldest used to tell a few years ago, Why was Abraham Lincoln born in a log cabin? Wait for it------Because it was too cold be born outside. Hahahaha! Yeah, I know...

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