Looking for winter speech and language activities? Penguins are a great theme to implement during the winter season. This pack has penguin activities for articulation, noun-function, location and identifying the person. There are sorting activities to help with receptively understanding these concepts.
How to use this set:
This penguin set can be used as part of a sensory bin activity or a match up activity on the table.
How to assemble and set up in your speech room:
All you need is a container or bin to hold some of your tactile material (i.e. dried black beans, white sand, snowballs, etc.). I got my container at target and it has clasps. I bought white sand at the dollar store, which looks like snow.
Print the desired penguin stimulus cards that you want to use in your sensory bin. Print on cardstock and laminate if you prefer. You can either cut the penguins out or just cut around the square card template (this is a little quicker). This product does take some time to assemble, so I recommend that you only print the stimulus items you need to make it more manageable with prepping.
The articulation icebergs are the mats for each child. Print, laminate (if desired) and cut out the penguins. Place different penguins in the sensory bin. Then, students go on a “penguin hunt” to find all the penguins with items that have the sound they are working on in the speech session.
The who, what, and where match ups are perfect for your students who are learning to answer basic wh-questions and learning how to describe noun-function, location, and person/thing that uses items.
If you love this sensory bin, then you will love my other sensory bin resources:
Included in this Penguin Activities Set:
Blank penguin and iceberg template
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /m,n/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /p,b/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /t,d/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /k,g/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /f,v/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /s,z/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /sh,ch/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /l/ & /l-blends/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for /s-blends/ & /r-blends/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for vocalic /or/ & /TH/
Penguin iceberg and penguins for vocalic /ar/ & /er/
15 “who would you use this?” match up penguins
15 “where would you find this?” match up penguins
15 “what would you do with this?” match up penguins
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