Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity for Speech and Language Development. Learn about Arctic and Antarctic animals while practicing speech and language skills with this FREEBIE! I love using barrier activities and craftivities within my speech room.
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Included in this FREEBIE material:
Barrier Activity: 2 barrier scenes & 20 Arctic & Antarctic animal images
Suggested use: Print 2 of each scene. Place in sheet protectors (not included). Print 2 pages of each of the animal/image sets. Cut each image. Laminate, if desired. Place 2 students across from each other with a divider. Have students take turns giving and receiving directions. Barrier scenes can also be used for creating sentences and narratives.
Polar Bear Craftivity:
You need a white paper plate (not included) for each polar bear craftivity.
Copy/print page 7 on cardstock for durability, if desired. Trace template for eyes, nose, and ears (circle cut in half for 2 ears) on black construction paper (not included).
Glue the eyes, nose, and ears as desired on the paper plate to make the polar bear’s face.
Copy frame/half sheet worksheet page 8 (one frame per bear). Glue on the bottom edge or back of the the plate after practicing/completing the target skill.
Optional, glue cotton balls or white tissue paper cut in squares (not included) to the face of the bear.
Rockhopper Penguin Snip & Stick Reinforcement:
Suggested use: Use as reinforcement after practicing any target skill. Students will cut each penguin and glue on or around the floating ice after practicing a target skill.
Created by Sparklle SLP
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