Sunday, October 19, 2014

A Slice of Speech (October 20th, 2014)

Welcome to another addition of A Slice of Speech! Each Sunday, I share my visual lesson plans for the upcoming week. Just download and click on the pictures to find the resource! Last week, I kicked off Halloween themed therapy with my book companion for Room on the Broom and my students loved it! It's such a wonderful story of adventure and friendship!
This week, Halloween is marching on! We will tackle expressive and receptive language using some Halloween themed packets that I created.
My expressive language groups will be focusing on comparing/contrasting and describing. We will be comparing monsters and other creepily cute things! We will also be describing monsters, ghosts, and all things Halloween! Receptively, we will be using a WH ?s card game and some print n' go sheets from my receptive language packet. As usual, we will also be tackling temporal and spatial concepts! My little guys can never get enough practice with basic concepts and following directions.

In articulation, we will be using more Color, Cut, and Glue Activities! I busted my Halloween theme sheets out last week and my students loved the clip art! I have 514 activities to choose from in my bundle, so we will be skating through the rest of October using the bundle. Here are some examples from last week:
Ummm.. can we talk about the fact that these Frankensteins were completed by kindergarteners?! They have mad coloring skills. haha.. Frankenstein actually isn't in my /s/ blends packet, but the student wanted the same picture as his friend. I just cut off the /f/ words and the student used his /s/ blends instead.

You can download the visual lesson plans by clicking HERE.

Have a spooky week! I'll be back Tuesday with a review of my receptive language packet and there will be a freebie on Wild About Books Wednesday! See you soon! :)


  1. Kindergarten students colored the Frankensteins??? Amazing.
    I have my "Week in Review" Linky up if you're interested!

    1. I couldn't believe it! they were so meticulous! I'll def start linking up :)