Friday, April 26, 2013

Listen and Learn with WORDLESS PICTURE BOOKS

Wordless book have to tell the story without text,
 so they are the perfect tool for enhancing auditory  
comprehension and expressive language.

Peter Spier's wordless book "RAIN" captures the beauty and wonder of a brother and sister's joyous experiences in the rain. From the first small drops of rain to the clear blue sky of a bright new morning.

Click HERE to go to the blog," What Do We Do All Day?" where the blogger shares suggestions and examples of  three ways to “read” wordless books.

1. Narrate the Action

2. Ask Questions

    3. Encourage Child-Led Narration



    Tips for reading wordless books and questions to ask kids



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