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What a fun way to practice your speech articulation or language goals and make a yummy looking pie craft in therapy. This is such a great way to keep those little hands busy and motivated while building fine motor skills!
Photo instructions are included along with detailed instructions on creating the pie craftivity. This craft could last two sessions or one. To last one session, you may need to help assemble the crust, but if you want to work on following directions with the students then the crust may take longer than a session to create. This is assuming that a session is only 30 minutes.
Every sound in every position plus blends are included. For each sound there are four words in the initial, medial and final position of words.
Mixed blends (r/s/l)
Language concepts included:
Antonyms (5 words with 5 antonyms) *visuals included*
Synonyms (5 words with 5 synonyms) *visuals included*
Rhyming (5 words with 5 rhyming words) *visuals included*
Wh Questions (mixed)
Nouns (5 regular nouns with plural/5 irregular nouns with irregular plural) *visuals included*
Object Function *visuals included*
Action verb questions
I have also included a blank template without the words so that if you have a student in your group working on fluency or another area of language, you can quickly write down objectives for their goal as well. How adorable would the these crafts be on a bulletin board? Send this fun craft home for extra reinforcement.