“A Slice of Speech” is a little blog series here at Speech Is Sweet! I talk about what I have planned for the upcoming week and share my visual lesson plans. If you would like to take a peek at my plans, just download them below and click on the pictures to find the resources! Since the last time I shared a “slice” of my speech room things have been a little crazy! We had an entire snow week! I went out of town to attend the Kentucky Speech and Hearing convention the following week, which was also followed up by a snow day and another out of town trip. I’m ready to get back into a routine until the end of the school year!
This week is all about St. Patrick’s Day! We have already been using my March Articulation game boards for some lucky themed therapy! This week we will be using my St. Patrick’s Day Receptive and Expressive language packets! Expressively, we will be working on comparing/contrasting, describing, and vocabulary! Receptively, we will be working on following temporal directions, spatial concepts, and answering WH ?s. During Valentine’s Day, I printed off all of the NO PREP WH question pages and made a big ol’ book for my students. I’m going to do that again for St. Patrick’s Day! My students loved their book and it was great for students to finish as homework.
My articulation groups will be having fun using color, cut, and glue activities! My students love these types of activities! Also, they’re great for getting in some fine motor skills practice! Students remain actively engaged with their words while they wait for their turn to participate in repetitive drills. My little fluency student will be “dabbing out myths” using a page from the March: A Dab of Speech and Language and will be using bingo daubers while practicing easy onsets.
If you would like to download these plans, just click HERE.
I hope you have a wonderful and lucky week! Thanks for visiting!