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I am happy to share the newest addition to my fairy tale speech and language book companions.   Introducing Jack and the Beanstalk!   This 47 page packet has activities for: synonyms, antonyms, rhyming words,  irregular past tense verbs, verb tenses, story sequencing/retelling, following directions, comparing and contrasting with venn diagrams, context clues, comprehension questions with and without visual aides, count and color reinforcement sheet, articulation reinforcement sheet, infer and predict questions, writing , pragmatics.

Jack and the Beanstalk Book Companion


Cards for synonyms, antonyms, rhyming, and irregular past tense verbs are self-checking. The correct pairs of words will have matching pictures.  There are also sheets for each section for students to record their words.


Cards for the verb tenses section can be sorted onto the included mat. There are also sentence cards for students to practice with.  Students  read the card and then fill in the blank with the correct word in its correct tense. The words that fill in the blanks are the same words that are on the verb tense sorting cards.




There are 6 context clues cards included in the packet. There are also 6 question cards for Who, What, Where, and When. Two versions of the cards are provided, one with visual aides for answers and without.


Included with the inferring and predicting page are two pages for writing activities to work on syntax.


Finally there is a page to help students work on social reasoning and pragmatic skills.

You can add this book companion to your speech room by clicking  HERE.   If you would like a chance to win one of two copies of this new book companion just enter the raffle below 🙂


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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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12 Responses

  1. My kiddos really love when I read books that I have book companions for. They would love this one. As a CF I do not have many yet and I am working to build my collection! Thanks for sharing and the giveaway opportunity!

  2. I just pulled out Jack and the Beanstalk to use next week! I can’t wait to use the companion with it!

  3. Just started following you and love what I have seen so far! Thank you for great ideas. Incorporating stories is my favorite way to start my therapy sessions 🙂

  4. I really like Jack and the Beanstalk! It is a great story to talk about making good choices/how to fix mistakes, perseverance, and courage! Great for throwing in social skills along with the many opportunities for narrative language. This companion seems very comprehensive and would create so many other follow-up language opportunities within my sessions.

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