This SUPER FUN BUNDLE of CAKES, COOKIES, and CUPCAKES FEEDING ACTIVITY FOR initial, medial and final /k/ and /g/ and initial /s/ blends
will give you and your students lots of opportunities to work on speech sounds WHILE HAVING TONS OF FUN!
BONUS "WHO STOLE THE COOKIE" game included too!
CONTENTS: 5 Separate Files - 140 + pages. UPDATED WITH ADDED STORY & LANGUAGE PACKET!
One file contains the story and language packet. Three files contain the same amount of cards and worksheets, one cupcakes, one for cookies, and one for cakes. The bonus file contains the cookie jar activity.
UPDATED WITH STORY!
1. Large OVEN Feeding ACTIVITY – (p. 9 - 15) Cut out the opening/mouth area (leave a little black border, it’ll look nicer), laminate, then cut out the opening/mouth area again. Attach to a box with an opening. Use a tissue box, cereal box, photo boxes, or something else in your inventory. Attach with tape or Velcro. (See photos and more details on previous pages) Carrier phrase/sentence starters. Carrier phrase can target velars or create your own carrier phrase. Blank cupcakes and small, medium, and large cupcakes can be used as reinforcers or with another activity that you might like.
2. /s/ blends AND /k/ and /g/ initial, medial, and final cupcakes – (p. 16 – 49) Print, cut, and laminate. You can either cut along the lines for easier prep. Have students say their words 5 – 10 times then “bake the cupcake” in the oven. Use the carrier phrases included if your students are at that level. This is a simple activity to use as a reinforcer during speech therapy. Blank cupcakes can be used as you see fit (with language lessons, WH card decks, etc.) You can also grab any speech sound card deck from your inventory and feed the oven for other sounds or language goals.
Black & White sheets can be colored. Students can glue to the stove or tape to a cereal box at home (parent can cut a hole in the box). Use blanks to fill in your own words/goals.
3. 1. INTERACTIVE “WHO STOLE THE COOKIE” STORY – (p. 8 - 25) Print and laminate book. Cut out matching pieces and laminate and velcro. These books can also be used on a SMART BOARD or iPAD if you do not want to laminate. Most of the time I use the laminated version, but when in a jam, I’ve used them on the Smart Board with great success. Many SLPs in my department use them on the iPAD as well. (WHEN YOU GET TO PAGES 13 & 14, STOP reading the story, sing the rhyme and clap your hands to the song while asking each student. Then finish the last few pages in the story. Watch a YouTube video of the song “Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?”)
2. GIANT COOKIES – (p. 26 – 27) Print, cut, and laminate. Use these during the story. Place the large cookie (or use a small cookie, in this product) in front of the student.
3. Matching Pieces – (p. 28 – 32) Cut and laminate then have students match during the story.
4. List of WH and yes/no questions & WH Cue Cards (p. 33 - 37) Use some of these questions while reading the story. These are suggestions to help you.
5. EXTRA LARGE COOKIE JARS & COOKIES – (p. 38 - 42) Cut and laminate. These can be used as FEEDING jars.
6. BONUS COLORING PAGES & BOOKMARKS – (p. 43 – 46)
⭐ 100 PAGES Speech Auditory Bombardment WORKSHEETS color & No Prep black & white
⭐ ARTICULATION FUN BUNDLE PLUS BONUS TURKEY/CHICKEN BOOK AAC SPEEC
⭐ ARTICULATION GIRLS FUN SPEECH THERAPY "L" worksheets
⭐ SPEECH SOUNDS POSTER Speech Therapy WORKSHEETS
⭐ SPEECH THERAPY PHONOLOGY FUN /s/ blends worksheets
⭐ 100 PAGES Speech Sound WORKSHEETS No Prep black & white
Monae’s Speech Activities & Craftivities are the perfect tools for working on speech sounds at the word, phrase, and sentence level.They are very engaging, very easy to use, and kids LOVE THEM!
Also, check out Monae’s Books & Language Packets for developing and improving receptive and expressive language skills for children with language and/or learning disabilities. Some of the skills these books target are vocabulary development, social skills, and behaviors. They are very engaging, very easy to use, and kids LOVE THEM!
Teachers and Speech-Language Pathologists will find using these stories make teaching these skills fun and easy.