Let’s be honest, how many of you SLPs out there have tried to tackle the /r/ but with no avail? It’s frustrating, I know! It’s because you feel like you are spending more time trying to figure out what’s “going on in their mouths” and which “trick”
You've probably all seen one of these before. A real simple motivator to get your student to say all of their words/phrases. When they get it right, give them an apple to glue on the tree. Easy as pie!
A fun game that will capture your students' attention for quite a while. You can play this at syllable, word, and/or sentence level.
A word bank is included for them to use.
Like the normal Connect 4, start at the bottom and have your students
This activity targets categories, describing, social perceptions, inferencing, and predicting.
The second half could pretty much work at anytime of the year- e.g. Mother's Day, Father's Day, Birthdays.
Here are a bunch other categories!! I am aware that "deserts" is a type of "food" but I made the point with my students that some groups have groups in them too!
Print out extra copies of the category pages and make it a memory game! Use this to