So how do I use this in speech? Well, for starters, it is a fun book that gets lots of spontaneous language flowing. The students LOVE to describe what is new about the chameleon on each page. It is also a good book for categorization: name all of the zoo animals he becomes, what items of clothing do people wear in the book? It can easily be used for comparing and contrasting: How is the chameleon and seal alike? How are they different? How are the elephant and giraffe the same? Different?
I also use a worksheet where students can use bingo dobbers to mark a fly after they say their sounds five times each or answer a question for their individual goals. Feel free to use this worksheet by clicking here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cl3v4t3f32jrltw/Mixed%20up%20chameleon%20worksheet.pdf
I like to pair this book and activity with the game Chameleon Crunch for the second session of the week. I found mine at Tuesday Morning, but it is also available on Amazon. Students race to feed the chameleon the most bugs, and the game is a great reinforcement to follow drill of whatever goal your students are working on.
Have you used this book in your speech room?