/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??

/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
/l/ therapy- Crocodiles and Leprachauns??
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I used the list of words for a game called Crocodile, Crocodile down by the lake. I taped the words to flies and had the child reach in the crocodile's mouth. Before the child reaches in, he says the phrase "crocodile, crocodile down by the lake, I am going to reach in and see what you ate!" The child had to say the word 5-10 times. This makes it fun for the child because the items are not practically able to be eaten. You can prompt the word by saying, "what did the crocodile eat?" (the crocodile was made out of a shoe box).

The lucky little leprechaun can also be used. For this game, the words were taped onto golden coins and scattered throughout the room. The child rolls a dice then grabs the coins. Repeats the word 5 times (can be used up to sentences), and throws it in his cauldron.

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