Turkey Talk Blog Hop



The holidays are quickly approaching, and I can't stop thinking to myself: "Where has the school year gone?!" It's seriously FLYING by.

A group of my blogging friends and I got together and decided we wanted to help our fellow SLPs celebrate Thanksgiving the best way we know how: by saying THANK YOU with a freebie. We are so thankful for all of you!

Not just one freebie, mind you.
We know how fun it is using books and stories in therapy, so we thought: let's make a book companion!

This is not just ANY book companion.
The story of Toby the Turkey was written by yours truly. You can snag that part here at my TPT store but make sure to read the rest of this post first!!! It's important.

Check out this sample page... I know what you're thinking. "This story looks amazing. I NEED to keep reading. What's going to happen to Toby? Why isn't he thankful?"


You now know how to download this free and incredible story, but that's like only eating the turkey on Thanksgiving and forgetting about the mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. So not okay.
You still need to collect the COMPANION parts of this beautifully-written turkey tale, so you'll need to head to the Speech Attic's blog to grab the comprehension/ WH-questions!
She'll fill you in on how to snag the part after hers.

Oh, and by the way...please leave us some love on TPT after downloading each freebie, and don't forget to pass the gravy and SPREAD THE WORD!

10 comments

  1. What a wonderful idea. I'm so appreciative of this new addition to my speech room!

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    1. This was so fun for us to do. I'm so glad you will find these products useful! Have a wonderful holiday.

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  2. So creative and awesome!! What a fabulous treat to see from some of my favorite SLPs on TPT! Thanks!

    Abby
    Schoolhouse Talk

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    1. Thank you so much for doing our blog hop! We really appreciate it!

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  3. What a cute story! I love the character page.

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    1. Thank you! A lot of my kiddos have goals to name the characters and re-tell the story, so that part was a must :)

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  4. So much fun!! My kids love this!

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  5. I am new to the school setting and this is perfect for my kiddos! Thanks so much!!

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  6. This is a cute story for early elementary students! Characters are very engaging! Thanks for sharing!

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