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TheraBee Series - 13 Book Set *(Aust. Pub) +++ BESTSELLER




TheraBee Series - 13 Book Set *(Aust. Pub) +++ BESTSELLER

TheraBee Series


Belinda Hill (Speech Pathologist)


Relevant to Australian children
Great for home practise
Clear instructions
Easy for teachers, parents & aides to follow
Oral & written language

Fun pictures & content
Numerous levels
Use for individuals or groups
Range of age groups

Time savers
Australian Made



TheraBee 1 - Developing Receptive and Expressive Language Skills Stage 1


This program is useful for students with poor receptive language skills (poor comprehension), and limited expressive language skills (poor sentence structure and grammar) The program contains over 50 reproducible worksheets practicing the main question types, such as Yes/No? Who is it? What is it? What is the person doing? Where is it? and Why?.


The program is designed for school age children experiencing difficulties, and it can be used to develop written language skills with children in early primary years. The program includes suggested responses to questions, which are helpful for teachers, parents, and therapists to use as a guideline.


Published 2005, 78 A4 Pages



Therabee 2 –  Answering & Understanding More Questions


Following the popular Stage 1 program, Stage 2 continues with the development of question types. These include, Why? Why shouldn’t? What’s silly? How? When? What if?. Numerous visual prompts are provided to aid the answering of each question type. Suggested answers are also included to model to the child.


The program contains over 100 questions! The activities are reproducible, relevant to children’s experiences and easy to follow. The activities are suitable for school age children and the program is useful for developing written responses to these question types, with written response sheets included.


Published 2005, 66 A4 Pages, Spiral Binding,



TheraBee 3 – Hive of Activities


This new publication in the series is full of fun language activities for children and adults with receptive and expressive language difficulties. Areas of focus include: vocabulary, sentence structure, grammar, auditory processing, sentence formulation, following directions, comprehension and word association.


The program is appropriate for working with individuals or in a group situation


All the activities are reproducible, easy to follow and contain  vocabulary relevant to children’s experiences. The activities are  suitable for developing both oral and written language. All activities contain clear instructions  which make them useful for home practise. The activities are also useful for language integration programs.


Published 2005, 88 A4 Pages, Spiral Binding



TheraBee 4 – Buzzing Grammar Activities


This language program is devised to develop children’s understanding and use of grammar. The activities can be used for both infants and primary school age children. The program may be used to develop written grammar with opportunity to record responses. The tasks will also prove useful for developing grammar in children with ESL difficulties.


The following grammatical structures are targeted in the activities: present progressive – ing; personal pronouns – he, she, it, they; objective pronouns – him, her; subjective  pronouns – himself, herself; possessive pronouns – his, hers; copula verbs – is, are; auxillary verbs – is, are, was, were; verbs – has, have, had; verbs – does, do, did; articles –a, the; regular past tense – ed; irregular past tense; regular plurals - +s, +es; irregular plurals; comparatives and superlatives; noun derivations; adjective derivations; third person regular - +s; verb contractions.


All activities are reproducible and suitable for individual and group instruction.


Published June 2005, 70 Pages, A4 Spiral Bound



TheraBee 5 – Follow Bee


Receptive language and short-term auditory memory skills are the main focus in this program. Comprehension is targeted through practical and pen/paper activities. Clear instructions are outlined in each activity, in addition to any extra materials that may be required, such as pen, paper, and common objects.


Each instruction is targeted at single and multiple step levels. Activity sheets are supplied for all tasks that require drawing, colouring or cutting. Sheets can be reproduced for individual or group instruction.


The following directions are targeted: 1 / 2 / 3 step instructions, conditional, temporal, sequential /positional, coordinated, directional, complex / detailed, pen / paper tasks, “real’ situational directions that can be completed in ant setting, i.e. classroom, home, or outside.


Vocabulary is also targeted in each activity, building the student’s ability to understand the content of the directions, in addition to following them. Activities can be used as whole class activities.


Published June 2005, 70 Pages, A4 Spiral Bound



TheraBee 6 – Another Busy Hive of Activities


This publication is a follow-on to “Ther-a-Bee” Hive of Activities. This program contains numerous receptive and expressive language activities for use with children from infants to later primary. It caters for a range of language levels within each task.


Language skills targeted include question types such as who?, what?, which?, how?, and many others. Additional skills developed through tasks include: sequencing, vocabulary /semantics, word association and categorization, semantic relationships, divergent naming, auditory memory, describing, definitions, sentence construction, generating questions, and time / temporal concepts.


Activities can be photocopied and used for individuals or group settings. Clear instructions are set out at the beginning of each activity so tasks are appropriate for home practise.


Published June 2005, 70 Pages, A4 Spiral Bound



TheraBee 7 – Talk to Bee


Activities to Develop Articulation & Sound Production Skills

 The program focuses on developing articulation and speech production skills. The activities are useful for children with varying degrees of sound production difficulties. The  program includes teaching notes as well as practical        activities to use with individuals or in a group setting.

There are activities included for each consonant at a variety of levels. Explanation of tasks makes the program suitable for parents and teachers.


Published 2005, 70 A4 Pages, Spiral Bound



TheraBee 8 – Bee Social


Activities to Develop Social Skills in Children

“Bee Social” focuses on developing social skills in school aged children. Specific situations that affect daily living skills are targeted. Situations include: home, school, daily activities, and friends. This publication aims to improve pragmatic skills through role playing and discussion of these situations (pictures to generate discussion accompany the activities).


Skills targeted include: requesting, politeness, asking     questions, requesting help, topic maintenance, solving    problems, initiating conversation topics, feelings, appropriate behaviour, routine behaviour and friendship interactions.


Published 2005, 70 A4 Pages, Spiral Bound



TheraBee 9 – Listen to Bee


Developing Auditory Processing and Receptive Skills

Listen to Bee focuses on developing auditory processing and short term memory skills. The program includes graded story-question tasks where the student is read a story and asked questions based on the information heard. Short term recall tasks are also included.

Skills targeted include: inferencing, auditory memory, getting the main idea, sequencing, recalling facts, interpreting mood, reading between the lines and predicting. The program will be useful for students with receptive language difficulties, auditory processing weaknesses, poor short term memory, poor pragmatic skills and memory retrieval/access problems.

The program includes practical activities as well as teacher notes to aid improving the student’s skills throughout the program.


Published 2005, 70 A4 Pages, Spiral Bound


TheraBee 10 - Vocab Bee

Aims to develop vocabulary skills. Activities are based on a story and cover synonyms, idioms, antonyms, definitions, word association, sentence construction and naming.


Published Late 2006, Spiralbound



TheraBee 11 - Fix Bee

Aims to develop editing skills for written language. Covers spelling, grammar use and punctuation. Activities gradually increase in difficulty. Tasks provided at the sentence level. Answers provided for each task.


Published Late 2006, Spiralbound



TheraBee 12 - Help Bee

Aims to develop problem solving skills through a range of question types. Questions target inferencing, predicting, sequencing, negative questions and determining causality. Questions are based on a picture prompt.


Published Late 2006, Spiralbound


Therabee 13 - Following Lengthy and Detailed Disections

Aims to further develop the ability to understand and follow longer more complex directions.

A variety of concepts are targeted at a range of levels. Useful for upper primary and high school students. Progression from TheraBee 5.


2011, 70 A4  pages, spiral bound

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