The first week back to school can be a stressful time, so let me take care of the first week of speech! These 5 interactive activities are perfect for mixed groups and multiple ages. Build relationships and facilitate conversation about having a growth mindset while engaging in these fun crafts and games.
Locker Lapbook- This lapbook activity allows group members to learn about each other. Students are also able to review their goals and review strategies for having a growth mindset during therapy sessions.
Luke the Lock- Students create the lock craft and then use a paperclip to play the game. Works great for targeting any goal.
Back to Speech: Conversation Starters- These conversation starters allow group members to learn about each other. This activity also provides an opportunity for the SLP to informally evaluate articulation, language and fluency after the extended break.
Roll and Cover- Roll two dice. Add the two numbers and cover that number below. Be the first person to cover all the numbers to win! This interactive game works great for targeting any goal.
Stay "Sharp-" This interactive craft provides students the opportunity to identify strategies to help them be successful during therapy sessions. This is a great activity to reference back to throughout the year.
Download the "Preview" to see a sample of all 5 activities.
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