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Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity

Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
Arctic and Antarctic Animals Barrier Activity and Craftivity
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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.

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Total Pages
7 pages
Answer Key
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