Sunday, December 7, 2014

A Slice of Speech (December 8th, 2014)

It's time for another edition of A Slice of Speech! Each Sunday, I share my visual lesson plans for the upcoming week. You can download the visual lesson plans and click on each of the pictures to find all the resources I'll be using. Hopefully, you'll find some inspiration for your therapy room!
My students ADORED Snowmen at Christmas last week. We had so much fun examining the beautiful illustrations and using the book companion! This week we will continue celebrating the upcoming holidays with my Christmas Receptive and Expressive Language Packets!
You can download this baby by clicking HERE. My language packets contain enough activities to last the rest of the month! This week we will dabble in a little bit of everything! So many goals, so little time! Expressively, we will practice comparing, using irregular plurals, describing, and reviewing antonyms! Receptively, we will continue our ongoing study of WH ?s, practice following directions, and work on basic concepts!

My articulation groups will be doing a gingerbread craft! Seriously, they love gluing their words on cute die-cut shapes! The rest of the week, we will be completing color, cut, and glue activities. They never get old! My fluency group will also complete a gingerbread man while we review types of stuttering.

Also, I'm excited to announce that today is the SLP Monthly Must-Have Sale! It occurs on the 7th of every month during the school year. You can scoop up my Color By Pronouns: Christmas Edition packet for 50% off! I love sending these darling sheets home with my little ones.

Have a wonderful week! Two more weeks until break!

EDIT (12/12/14):  I'm linking up with Old School Speech for her weekly review linky to share my lessons from the past week! Please check out the linky to see what others did in their speech rooms!

1 comment:

  1. My kids loved Snowmen at Christmas, too! I completely forgot about the mouse in the pictures...great way to work on prepositions!'
    Thanks for linking up!