Speech and Language Therapy Crafts Bundle - Open Ended Craft and Game in One!
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- Looking for visuals-based activities for students working on early language skills? This bundle of early language speech therapy activities includes TONS of activities you can use throughout the year with both themed and non-themed resources.When you buy this bundle, you save 40% compared to buyingPrice $79.75Original Price $133.23Save $53.48
Looking for fun speech therapy craft activities for your language therapy sessions? These roll and glue activities are both a game and craft in one! It's a great way to target a variety of early language and social skills.
You save 25% when you purchase this bundle compared to purchasing resources individually! (Psst . . . This resource is included in my Early Language MEGA Bundle at an even bigger discount!)
This Speech and Language Therapy Craft Bundle includes:
- Roll-a-Bus (Great for back-to-school time)
- Roll-an-Apple (fall)
- Roll-a-Pumpkin (Halloween/fall)
- Roll-a-Penguin (winter)
- Roll-a-Reindeer (holidays/winter)
- Roll-a-Chick (spring)
- Roll-a-Crab (summer/end of school year)
As an SLP, I often use this type of activity for small groups of students on the autism spectrum or with students who use AAC. Gluing on items (rather than drawing) is often easier for students with fine motor difficulties.
*Bus, Chick, penguin, and crab crafts include both color and black & white versions. Apple craft is in color only*
Make a copy of the craft pieces for each student. Depending on your students, you may need to pre-cut the pieces. Print out a copy of the dice legend for game play. You will also need dice, glue, and construction paper for the background.
How to Play:
Game Version One: On each turn, a student rolls the dice and states the number rolled (verbally or with AAC). S/he then tells the group or clinician what piece to glue on OR the student might identify it from a field of choices depending on the student’s communication level. If the piece is already glued on, then roll again! Once the turn is finished, have the next student request a turn and then pass the dice.
Game Version Two: Students can compete to see who can complete their craft first. In this version, students take turns rolling to determine which piece will go on their own craft next. If they already have the piece, then they lose a turn and pass the dice.
Requesting (needed pieces, glue, etc.)
Fine motor skills
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