*Feed the Animal in Speech Therapy*
Do you have young students working on Tier 1 vocabulary and language skills? Are sensory bins a huge hit in your classroom?
Use this Feed the Bird activity to target expressive and receptive language in speech therapy, early childhood classrooms, ESL/ELL classes or in your homeschool lessons.
The most common first 80 nouns of the English Language are clearly pictured with text on these adorable little squiggly worms. Children will love feeding the bird after it is easily attached to a container to catch the worms.
I have used this activity with preschool and Kindergarten students in a sand box, small container filled with artificial grass, or just at my therapy table to target identifying common nouns, naming common nouns, describing pictures, grouping in categories, naming associations, and more!
This download includes:
*TWO full color birds, 80 worms with words and text as well as 10 blank worms.
*A three page No Prep, black and white, open ended worksheet to use in therapy sessions or as a fine motor activity. (color, cut, glue)
*Two full color open ended game boards that have a blank for "What I am working on today". Laminate and use a wipe off marker to write targeted skill on over and over throughout the day!
Speech therapist and kid approved!
Great for mixed groups in speech therapy!
Do your students love feeding animals? Try these:
► Early Sounds Articulation Feed the Bear
► Early Sounds Articulation Feed the Cow
► Early Sounds Articulation Feed the Dog
► Early Sounds Articulation Feed the Koala
► Early Vocabulary Skills Feed the Squirrel
► Category Activity: Feed the Elephant
Need more early vocabulary activities? Try These:
► BINGO: Present Tense Verb Endings
► Trace and Say Busy Book: Categories
► Trace and Say: Basic Concepts