Use the fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk
to target so many speech and language skills using a sensory bin. Sensory bins
allow students to have a tactile experience while practicing language skills.
Who this resource is for
- This resource is designed for speech pathologists to use with students to work on articulation, fluency, grammar, language and social skills with a fairy tale unit.
This resource could also be for preschool & kindergarten literacy centers, ESL teachers, special education teachers and for parents
wanting to work on these skills at home.
Included in the Jack & The Beanstalk Sensory Bin Companion:
Directions for assembly and how to use in therapy
Articulation word lists from the book
Language word lists from the book
Preposition & Grammar Stimulus items with data collection option
Comprehension questions with sample answers to questions
Story sentence strips for story retell and to work on grammatical markers
Stimulus cards organized by articulation sound and adjectives (Mixed group friendly)
Singular and plural sentence strips and stimulus items
“Jack and the Beanstalk” printables- color & black/white for the foldable pictures (glue to assemble)
“Jack and the Beanstalk” printables- color & black/white for the cut out pictures (no gluing required)
Golden egg reinforcer game for any activity
Axe printables & beanstalks with antonyms and prepositions stimulus cards to chop down beanstalks while practicing language skills
Click on the preview to see more pictures in action as well as details for how to assemble a sensory bin, and a summary of all the skills you can target while using a sensory bin in speech therapy.
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