Wow! I just have to say that last week was busy and eventful in many ways. Because of that, I haven't had a huge amount of time to plan and create materials. So, this week I'm planning on using some of the AWESOME ideas I've seen on other speech blogs...
With my articulation groups, we're adapting this activity from Crazy Speech World:
Jenn had her students describe a target word (written on the tree) and add those words to leaves that were then glued to the trees. I'm having my students glue pictures of target articulation words to the leaves...
|final /k/ tree|
|Fall Vocabulary Tree|
I also have a group of articulation students who are working less on specific sounds and more on sound sequencing within multisyllabic words. For those students I'm using Grammar Gum Balls by Jenna over at Speech Room News:
In my higher functioning (older) language groups, I'm planning on using Trick of Treat Pronouns created by Brea over at Let's Talk Speech-Language Pathology.
|from Let's Talk Speech-Language Pathology|
For my younger language groups, I bought Halloween Bugs: A Trick or Treat Pop Up Book, that was recently highlighted by Chit Chat and Small Talk.
Pam included an adorable craft to accompany this book - a DIY lift the flap book using paper bags!
|from Chit Chat and Small Talk|
|8-1/4 x 5-1/2 inch rectangle, folded to make a 5-1/2 inch square|
|PS, My son loved the book!|
I think I see knock-knock articulation books in my future!
Thank you, thank you, to all of you wonderful bloggers for posting these GREAT ideas!!! Have you tried any of these ideas in your speech rooms?