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Only 13 days till Christmas!! Have your therapy sessions been FILLED with as many festive activities as possible? Mine have. I love this time of year and I want to fit in as many holiday themed activities as possible before the new year (not that my kids mind playing Christmas games in July!)
This week we read the story, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell!
Since the kids always
like love reading these Old Lady books, I figured I would try to hit as many of their goals as possible while reading the story. So... I created a collection of speech & language extension activities!
Check it out :)
Here is what's included in the packet:
Large story sequencing Activity
Print, cut, and laminate. Have your students “feed” the lady the items as you read the story. These can also be used as vocabulary cards.
Student Story Sequence Activity
Let your students demonstrate their story sequencing skills as they put the story in order. Pictures are black and white so they can color in the pictures when they are done.
Cover The Dots!
Have your students cover the dots with chips, markers or even better- candy! as they correctly practice a target word or answer a question!
Color the Story
Have your students work on vocabulary as they color in the pictures as they read about them in the story.
Articulation Coloring Sheet
Have some fun while you do a little "skill and drill" therapy. As your students practice each articulation target, have them color in 1 picture. If they complete the whole sheet, they practiced 60 targets!
Story Scavenger Hunt
Who doesn't love a good scavenger hunt? Have your students search the story for words that contain their target sound!
Students can illustrate a mini version of the story. Great for story retell, articulation practice, and homework!
Have your students practice prepositions/ spatial skills with vocabulary from the story.
Have your students practice pronouns with vocabulary from the story. Tell your student who to give the item to. For example, “Give the bows to her.” He/she should give the bows to the picture of the lady.
Read the instructions provided for your students to follow or make up your own!
You can download this activity in my TpT store here!
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Good luck and Happy Holidays!!