Use an old keyboard to practice writing skills after reading Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type. Type CVC or sight words at a computer, or just use the unplugged keyboard as letter recognition practice. Request a letter, then when the child finds it, let them push the letter, then type like mad for a few seconds before you request the next one.
I also liked pulling out the keyboard when I read the story. Anytime I read “Click Clack”, I would hold the keyboard in front of a student and let them type along with the book. This is a simple way to boost comprehension!
Tawni is a former special education teacher, now stay-at-home momma. She spends her days reading, cooking with lots of cheese, listening to professional choral music, and tickling her baby boy, Cy. She lives with her husband and son in Utah.