Themed Therapy: Spring Sensory Bin Companion For Speech & Language

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The Dabbling Speechie
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  1. Use this themed therapy seasonal sensory bin to cover all the weather seasons of the year in speech therapy!This is a bundle resource of seasonal sensory bin companion for speech and language for the following seasons: Fall, Winter, Spring, & Summer. Included in this companion are lesson plans
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Make themed therapy easier to plan with this spring sensory bin activity resource!

This is a spring sensory bin companion to target speech and language skills in an interactive way. Included in this companion are lesson plans for using the spring sensory bin. Students can learn new spring-themed vocabulary while having a tactile, hands-on experience.

Who this resource is for - This resource is designed for speech pathologists to use with students to work on articulation, fluency, grammar, language, and social skills with a spring-themed unit.

This resource could also be for preschool & kindergarten literacy centers, ESL teachers, special education teachers and for parents wanting to work on these skills at home.

If you want more seasonal sensory bins, check out the seasonal sensory bin companion growing bundle. It is 30% off until the summer companion is uploaded.

Seasonal Sensory Bin Bundle

Included in the sensory bin companion:

Directions for assembly and how to use in therapy

Articulation word lists for spring

Language word lists for spring

Following directions lesson plans & stimulus items

Printables for following directions & describing by size & color

Printable sorting mats for comparatives & superlatives

Printables for sorting comparatives & superlatives (laminate & attach to boxes/bins)

Spring printables for the sensory bin (Language stimulus items & visual strips to be used with printables)

Lesson Plan and sentence strips

Rain drop printable page with a girl and boy version and blank sun printable template

Sun Articulation Activity – Early sounds: /m, n, p, b, t, d/

Sun Articulation Activity – Early sounds: /k, g, f, v, s, z/

Sun Articulation Activity – Early sounds: /sh, ch, l, l-blends, r-blends, s-blends, initial /r/, OR, AR, ER, th/

Baby Bird Activities – Lesson Plan and bird/worm printables (winter clothes lesson plan on page 56)

Garden Tools Printables (Lesson Plan is on bottom of page 58)

Graphic Credits & Terms Of Use

Skills You Can Target With A Spring Sensory Bin

Target basic concepts - in, out, next to, behind, under, through, near, far, up, down, before, after, through, between, etc.

Target attributes - Describe the items in the bin with adjectives and descriptive language. Compare/contrast how the items are similar and different. Talk about how the items feel, look, smell, etc. Describe the children doing spring activities by attributes of the color, shape, size.

Target story narration & sequencing – Have students create a story using the kids and spring themed vocabulary. Receptively, can create a story and then ask the students wh-questions about your short story. Other skills to target with this activity: summarizing, main idea, conjunctions, dialog, prepositional phrases, and adding a new ending to the story.

Target social language - Work on joint attention, initiating requests, making comments, sharing opinions (i.e. “Smell the beautiful flowers!”), turn taking, and pretend play. Also, work on tone of voice or voice volume.

Target speech fluency - Practice using speech fluency strategies while playing, describing what the students are doing in phrases/sentences.

Target grammar & MLU - Build sentences targeting present progressive, pronouns, is/are, third person singular, and plurals.

Click on the preview to see more pictures in action as well as details for how to assemble a sensory bin, and a summary of all the skills you can target while using a sensory bin in speech therapy.

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