This activity is aimed to target many preschool speech therapy IEP objectives. I'm all about using one activity to target MANY different goals. IEP objectives include:
Using subjective pronouns (he, she, they)
Answering “what”, “who” and
This cute puppy activity is geared to target spatial concepts. Use this activity for receptive or expressive language tasks. Have your students sort, identify, or label basic spatial concepts. Concepts include: in, on top, next to/beside, under,
Do you have students that have difficulty understanding the concepts BIG and LITTLE? Use this activity to teach your little ones how to sort, identity, and label items based on their size. Perfect for students with autism doing bin work.
This activity is for students working on identifying or labeling functions of objects. Based off the story "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie," students will enjoy the activity while increasing their receptive and expressive language skills.
Body parts and senses are a big part of preschool. Use this activity to expand upon language skills while talking about body parts. What do your body parts do? How many ears do you have? What color are you eyes? You eat with your mouth, name 3
Lesson Plans (Individual), Thematic Unit Plans, Games