Welcome to another addition of A Slice of Speech! Please join me each Sunday to get a peek at my visual lesson plans for the upcoming week!
Last week, my students had a blast with my How I Became A Pirate Book Companion! Pirate Week was a huge success and I’m not ready to let go just yet! This week we will be reading If You Give A Dog A Donut by Laura Numeroff. I think this is the PERFECT book to transition out of a pirate theme. In this delightful book, a boy gives a dog a donut and inadvertently opens up a can of worms! A yummy donut leads to apples, baseball, kites, pirates, and more! This book is also a perfect segue into an apple theme! Without further ado.. Here are my plans for this upcoming week:
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My book companion for If You Give a Dog a Donut was the very first material that I made! I recently revamped it with spanking new fonts and added 14 NO PREP activities! I can’t wait to use it this week with my students. I love using books to support my students’ goals. Expressively, we will be working on retelling stories with complete sentences, using vocabulary from the book, and asking each other questions about the book. Receptively, we will work on spatial concepts, conditional directions, answering WH questions, and more! My articulation groups will complete an apple craft and have fun completing Fall Color, Cut, and Glue Activities! In fluency, we will do the same apple craft with a twist! We will be practicing easy onsets.
I have a feeling this will be another successful week in therapy! Have a great week everyone!
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