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Hello at the Farm - Digital Bundle

Hello at the Farm - Digital Bundle

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Digital Bundle: Includes ebook of Hello at the Farm plus AAC device image, bulletin board graphics, coloring and activity pages, educational activities, and printable artwork.

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About the Book

Hello at the Farm is an engaging picture book that emphasizes non-speaking communication through the actions of farm animals. Authored and illustrated by Sherry Fry (Freyermuth), this book is designed to be read aloud, creating a fun and inclusive experience for children who do not communicate verbally.

Ideal for preschool and kindergarten-aged children, "Hello at the Farm" introduces readers to the actions of various farm animals in a rhythmic and engaging manner. Inspired by childhood favorites like Eric Carle's "Brown Bear, Brown Bear," this book aims to spark conversations about different learning and communication styles.

Praised by professionals in the fields of speech-language pathology and education, "Hello at the Farm" is described as a valuable tool for teaching narrative reading and writing concepts, as well as fostering communication skills in children. With colorful and cheerful illustrations created through a unique paper cut technique, this book is sure to captivate young readers and inspire their imaginations.

Key Features

  • Emphasizes non-speaking communication through actions of farm animals

  • Designed for read-aloud experience, ideal for preschool and kindergarten-aged children

  • Praised by professionals in speech-language pathology and education

  • Valuable tool for teaching narrative reading and writing concepts and fostering communication skills

  • Colorful and cheerful illustrations created through unique paper cut technique


Meet the Creator

Meet the creator, Sherry Fry, a mom, artist, and educator from Southeastern Massachusetts. With a passion for creating joyful illustrations, Sherry draws inspiration from renowned artists like Eric Carle and Leo Lionni to bring her storytelling to life. Join her on an enchanting journey through the farmyard in "Hello at the Farm."


What People are Saying

"I know this would be a go-to book in my therapy setting. Hello at the Farm is ideal because we expect students to demonstrate joint attention skills, then imitation of actions followed by babbling. I love that this book includes the first two steps, which are so crucial in the hierarchy toward speaking! I can also imagine that this book may elicit language production in students based on the joy of making the action, which may influence a request for a preferred animal!"
—Lexi Leonetti, MS, CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist

"In first grade, when we teach fictional narrative reading and writing, critical setting and critical object are a big focus. This book would be a great tool to teach these concepts. I also think it's great for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and the Developmental Learning Center at my school would also use it. I think my students will really like it, and I plan to use it next fall before our field trip to a farm!"
—Brigid Desrochers, Primary Educator, Gr 1 in Foxboro, MA

"In addition to these actions being inclusive of children who are non-speaking, they are also so much more functional to model than animal sounds! Especially considering a lot of the kids I see have difficulty acquiring verbs compared to nouns because they are so much more abstract. Targeting them this way in a fun, play-based way is so wonderful."
—Leigh Anne White, MEd, MS, SLP-CCC, Boston Children's Hospital

 

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