Stories to do and undo

Illustrated activities for text comprehension and production

Product: Book

Trim size in cm: 21x29,7

Pages: 66 + 29 colourful pages

ISBN: 978-88-590-0232-1

Publication date: 01/03/2013

Suitable for: Primary 1st level (ages 6-7), Primary 2nd level (ages 8-10)


Stories to do and undo offers a remedial programme in text comprehension and production for children aged 7 to 10. It contains a series of illustrated cartoons, which are to be matched up in the right chronological order and are then told as a story, by developing each individual picture and the entire story, starting from any point. In this way the child is guided in using, appropriate linguistic structures in a defined context, according to different viewpoints (space, time, character) which allow the various events to be connected from a causal, spatial and temporal perspective.
Through these exercises, children will:
• learn how to build mental patterns;
• understand how different units are organised and reorganised at ever more complex and structured levels
• hone their linguistic tools in order to enable them to understand and express articulate, abstract concepts.

The book contains all the material needed for the project:
• illustrations, organised sequentially;
• cartoons which can be taken apart;
• descriptions for each individual cartoon;
• stories.

– Guide for the speech therapist/teacher: recreational-didactic suggestions

– Cartoons in sequence
– Cartoons which can be taken apart
– Descriptions for each individual cartoon
– Stories

– 35 colour cartoons in sequence
– 35 cartoons which can be taken apart
– 35 descriptions for each individual cartoon
– 16 stories
– Mask to be made