Halloween Rhyming Words: A Sensory Bin Activity

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Ms Gardenia's Speech Room
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PreK - 2nd
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Ms Gardenia's Speech Room


Use this Halloween Themed Sensory Bin activity to help students learn rhyming words and CVC words. In speech therapy, use to target rhyming, initial consonant sounds and final consonant sounds.

Other ideas for use in speech/language therapy:
•Describe/define the objects pictured with three to four features
•Create silly sentences using the rhyming pair
•Answering WH questions: "Who has the___? What is in the bag?"

Create a sensory bin using any container that is about 3" deep with a variety of fillers.

Ex: Rice, Sand, Potting Soil, Shredded Paper, etc.

This download is a free activity to encourage you to try sensory bins in your classroom or therapy room. With the purchase of my other paid sensory bin activities, you will also receive (not included in this download) black and white, no prep worksheets, data collection forms, task cards and open ended game boards to use as extension activities. Please see each product's preview for more information.

To see more speech/language themed sensory bin activities, click on the links below:
Prehistoric Verbs: A Dinosaur Sensory Bin Activity

The First Thanksgiving: An Articulation Sensory Bin Activity

Winter Village Sensory Bin: A Speech and Language Activity

Gingerbread Man and Friends: A Rhyming Words Sensory Bin Activity

Spring Garden Sensory Bin for Speech and Language

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