Sunday, November 30, 2014

A Slice of Speech (December 1, 2014)

After a glorious Thanksgiving Break, I'm back to therapy planning! A Slice of Speech is returning and I have lots of fun things in store for December! If you're new to A Slice of Speech, every Sunday (except when I use the same materials for a couple weeks) I share my visual lesson plans! You just download the plans and click the pictures to find all the resources I used. Neat, huh?!
This week is going to be all snowmen, all day! I will be reading Snowmen at Christmas by Caralyn Buehner. You can read more about this book HERE. It's a great story to kick off the Christmas season in my speech room, because everybody loves a snowman!

You can download these visual lesson plans by clicking HERE. Expressively, we will be working on retelling stories, sequencing, and using correct pronouns. I'll also send home some fun activities to reinforce grammar skills at home, Color By Pronouns and some Snip and Stick grammar. Receptively, we will practice answering WH ?s, following temporal directions, and working on understanding spatial concepts. My articulation groups will spend the first part of the week using some Do-A-Dots and Roll and Covers that are found in my Snowmen at Night book companion. The second half of the week, I'll be introducing Christmas-themed color, cut, and glue activities! This year all of my students celebrate Christmas, but I do  have one little person who is not allowed to do any activities that contain Santa Claus. Believe it or not, it's super easy to avoid the big guy when needed!

These next few weeks will be filled with lots of fun! Gingerbread men, snowmen, and reindeer.. OH MY! I'm excited to get started, but also eager for the big break coming up. ;)

Don't forget about the Super Savings Cyber Monday/Tuesday sale over at Teachers Pay Teachers. All of the materials I'm using this week (and my entire store!) will be 28% off when you use the code TPTCYBER.

Have a wonderful week! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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