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Would you let the Pigeon Drive the . . .

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Tali Kellerstein
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Articulation & Phonology
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Early Childhood, Primary, Intermediate

Would you let the Pigeon Drive the . . . pigeon bus truck tractor dump truck Pick up truck green car train Ice Cream Truck

Worksheet to follow up Mo Willems' book: Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. Students can check off or cross out the vehicles that they would/would not allow the pigeon to drive. I use this story/craft to work on R blends. 

For more therapy ideas, follow The Speak Boutique on YouTube and Instagram.

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