Use this story and materials to teach your students about the circus. Great for both speech therapy and early language lessons!
Included in this packet:
Slides 3-13: Let’s Go to the Circus-Simple, non-fiction story (Print or open in iBooks)
Slides 14-15: Yes/No Questions
Slides 16-17: “Wh” questions with visuals
Slides 18-20: Vocabulary cards
Slide 21: Category sorting mat
Slide 22: Qualitative/Qualitative concept cards
Slides 23-24: Barrier Game- Print enough copies of page 23 for each player. Print enough of page 24 for each player to have enough ticket cards during game play (you might give everyone five-ten cards). Cut the tickets out, but leave page 23 intact. Position players so that they cannot see one another’s game board. Have players take turns giving directions on which picture to cover with a ticket (for example: cover the picture above the clown). The goal is to have everyone’s game board look the same at the end of the game.
Slide 25: Color Roll and Cover game board
Slide 26: Black and white Roll and Cover game board
Slide 27: Circus Adventure oral or written response page
Slide 28: Open-ended Circus Speech Sheet for homework
Slide 29-30: Circus Vocabulary homework sheets
Slide 31: Let’s Go To The Circus story comprehension
Slide 32: Positional Concept Scene (use for concepts, vocabulary, questions, etc.)
Slide 33: Label the Clown
Slide 34-36: Articulation Word lists for /r, s, l, f, k, g/
Slide 37: Quick craftivity progress note
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