Sunday, October 2, 2016

October Speech and Language Lesson Plans!

October is my FAVORITE month for therapy and I'm so excited to share another edition of A Slice of Speech with you! A Slice of Speech is a series on my blog where I share my visual lesson plans and invite other speech bloggers to link up with their own plans too! I love peeking into other speech rooms and seeing what resources other people are using!
I'm seriously obsessed with Halloween! Pumpkins, costumes, Hocus Pocus, vampires (any Vampire Diary fans out there? haha), and candy! I just love everything about October! It's going down, for real. haha! Here's a breakdown of all the resources I'll be pulling from this month: 
I was absolutely not joking when I said I was obsessed with Halloween! haha! I'm excited to fill my speech room with Frankensteins, witches, and wizards! I've made an insane amount of Halloween articulation packets over the years, because they are so much fun to make! This year, we will be using Franken Articulation, Witch's Articulation Brew, and Halloween Gum Balls! I'll be sending sheets home for additional practice and will also be printing these off at 70% so that they will fit inside our interactive notebooks! If you can't use Halloween items at your school, my October Articulation Notebooks only contains year around activities! I also have a ton of fall themed items you could use instead! 

My stuttering students will be using October's Fluency In a Snap and pages from my A Dab series! My apraxia/phonology kids will be using Apraxia On the Go and Halloween themed apraxia printables (they'll be posted in a few days!).

I'm also hoping to squeeze in activities for fire prevention week too! If I can make it happen, I'll blog about our craft later in the month! I also picked up a Little People Fire Truck and Department for 40% off at Kohl's this week! I can't wait to take them to my speech room! 

My language groups will be using the activities found in my Halloween Language Bundle! Room on the Broom is one of my absolute favorite books, so I'll definitely be dusting off that book companion. We will also be using the Room on the Broom flip book found in October's Flipping For Literature. I have a ton of students who are working on following multistep directions, so I'll be printing my Halloween NO PREP Barrier games (at 70% to make them smaller) to add to our language notebooks!

If you're not familiar with visual lesson plans, just download them HERE and just click on each image to be taken to the resource!

What do you have planned for October? I hope you have a spook-tacular month! :)

If you would like to link up with a FB post or a blog, just use the series picture above and link up below!

Have a wonderful day and thank you for stopping by my blog!




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