This predictable, repetitive and interactive reader will help students to build language skills and practice articulation. The duplicate black and white version is perfect for sending home as reinforcement. With opportunities to color and cut and glue, these activities are perfect to use when co-treating with the Occupational Therapist.
-Full copy of Scarecrow, Scarecrow What Do You See? This book can be used as an interactive vocabulary book with a small group. It could also be used as a cut and glue activity.
-Black and while version of Scarecrow, Scarecrow, What Do You See? This black and white version can be colored by students and is perfect for home reinforcement and/or Co-Treats with the OT.
-Colored leaves and sorting baskets These materials can be used as a color sort activity or as a Reinforcement Game for any skills targets.
Fall pictures and fall scene. Students practice following directions while creating a cute fall scene. Fall scene could also be used for articulation practice.
-Answering questions- answering what questions
-Colors-- practice with basic primary colors
-Categorizing- sorting leaves by color
-Cooperative learning with game play
-Spatial concepts- on, next to, in front of, back,
-Increasing MLU and semantic word relationships
-Fine motor- coloring/cutting