Updated 12/6/16 with 900 print and go articulation words! Looking for a cute Christmas speech activity that addresses goals, homework/carryover, and makes an awesome bulletin board? This is it! Christmas is a busy time of year for the SLP and the classroom teacher to say the least! This craft is just what you need for that "awwww" factor for the bulletin board and to send home to parents!
You only need a few things to complete this craft and the pages are print and go! Explicit pictured directions are included!
Craft 1: Santa Scroll
Color and cut out the large Santa and his scroll (one for SLP's and one for teachers)
Use toy catalogs you receive at this time of year (we have tons here, I'm sure you do too!)
Your students cut out toys that have their sound or current letter and glue them to Santa's scroll (the scroll says, "Dear Santa, Look what I learned to say in speech today! or "Look what I learned in school today!" with "Your Friend" and child's name).
Put it all together and you are set!
Craft 2. Santa's Toy Bag
Your kids have been sneaky and peeked in Santa's bag (the bag says, "I took a peek in Santa's bag and this is what I saw.... Shhh... don't tell him or I won't get anything at all!")
Your students cut out toy pictures and glue them in a paper bowl and cover with the Santa bag with a plastic bag as the "window".
It has an awesome 3D effect!!
**Update** I added four lined (bulletin board worthy) writing pages so your students can describe what they found in Santa's bag and on his scroll.
I hope you like these easy, fast crafts! Please check out my other resources!