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PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy

PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
PLAY-DOH BUBBLE PLAY PREPOSITION BUBBLES-Speech Therapy
Product Description
These printable articulation Play-Doh Bubble Play boards are great for the non-reader and are quick and easy to use. Each Play-Doh Bubble Play board targets one or more prepositions and are used to engage children in interactive fun while working on language skills and oral expression and providing fine motor practice as well. Play-Doh Bubble Play Boards for each preposition ( in, on, over, under, next to, behind, in front of and between) are included in this download. In addition to seven boards that contain mixed preposition pictures each preposition has a board with only that preposition which can be used to introduce the preposition in isolation, Students can work at the word or sentence level by asking them to produce each target preposition when asked “ Where is…?” or use the target preposition in a sentence when describing the picture before “popping” the bubble by covering it with Play-Doh . After students have “popped” all their bubbles by covering them with Play-Doh bubbles, I let them have a bubble blowing party with real bubbles.

Materials:
-1 can Play-Doh per student .
-Print out one Play-Doh Bubble board for each student on
card stock. Laminate for durability.
-One bottle of bubbles for each student

Directions:
Provide each student with one Play-Doh Bubble Play board and a can of Ply-Doh. . The first student is asked to pick a bubble on his/her board that has a picture on it and either say the preposition pictured in response to the question “ Where is the ….?” or use the preposition pictured in a sentence to describe the picture. If produced correctly the student can then make a small bubble with his/her Play-Doh and cover the bubble indicating that it has been “popped”. The next student in the group then takes his/her turn doing the same. Continue until all students have “popped all their bubbles with pictured items by covering them with Play-Doh.
After students have “popped” all their bubbles by covering them with Play-Doh bubbles, I let them have a bubble blowing party with real bubbles.

Total Pages
19 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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