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Everyone loves monsters! This activity pack is perfect for October. It's full of activities to help reduce the stress of planning therapy!
Compare and Contrast: Introduce or review the meaning of the words, “compare” and “contrast” (page 5). Print, cut and laminate compare/contrast cards (page 6-10). Place all cards face down. Instruct the first student to draw a card and either compare or contrast the two monsters. Bonus cards are included (“Pass/Fail Scare Test” ). The student that collects the most cards wins. Two compare and contrast activity sheets also included (page 11-12)
Roll and Remove: Directions included (page 13). Roll & Remove game boards can be used as quick reinforcement during any speech therapy or class activity. Print and laminate game board (page 14, Black and white version page 15). One game board per player.
Spooky, Scary Articulation: Print, cut and laminate all the s-blend cards (page 16-20) and the “Spotted by a Kid” cards (page 21). Have students select one card, say the targeted s-blend (in a word, phrase or sentence) and place their card under/behind the door (page 22). If your spotted by a kid, you lose a turn. The student that gets the most monsters behind their door, wins the game!
Prepositional Monsters: Have students identify/name the spatial location of each monster (page 23-24)
Following Directions (page 25-27): Cards are used in the same way as the “Spooky, Scary Articulation” game.
Game Board (page 28): Use this generic board game with any of the card games.
“If I Met a Monster I Would Say...” (page 29): Students are able to be creative and generate what they would say if they met a monster. Great activity for evaluating articulation at the conversational level.
Create a Spooky, Silly Monster (page 30): Roll the die. Draw the corresponding body part on your monster. Roll the die a total of 10 times.
Monster Bookmark Craft (page 31-35): Step-by-step instructions included, along with a template for the eyes and teeth, if needed. Great activity to evaluate following directions.