Snowman’s Big Job is one of my favorite winter themed books to use in therapy!
I had so much fun using this book with my preschool groups last week to learn about community helpers.
First, we read the book and talked about the different clothes each community helper wears. I also used the book to address answering wh- questions. Then, each child got to choose a job for their snowman and work on a coloring sheet. I used this craft time to drill artic and practice making requests (i.e. “I want blue please.”). Last, I used the community helper cards with a sensory bin. When a card was found, preschoolers were encouraged to use the phrase “I see (i.e. policeman).”
Download my FREE book companion Here:FREE snowman’s big job
Use this FREE activity to get kids out of the therapy room and engaging with others. Students/clients will ask others about Thanksgiving and their favorite food! This simple and fun activity is a great way to target social skills such as: initiating conversation, providing appropriate body language, and asking on-topic questions.
Download this activity below
Happy Turkey Day 🙂
Here is a Halloween FREEBIE to use with all your clients/students! All you’ll need is small sticky notes, a marker, and maybe some Astro bright paper!
Click the link below to score this FREEBIE.
Thanks for swimming by, and as always for your support!
Happy Halloween 🙂
Hey guys! I just got back from a 2.5 week-long vacation in India and Thailand. I thought now would be a great time to share how I use personal travel photos in speech therapy. [Read more…] about How to use travel photos in speech therapy