As I have mentioned, my daughter is currently getting occupational therapy. She has Juvenile Arthritis, which has attacked several of her fingers causing swelling and pain, which has resulted in some weaknesses, particularly in her right hand. So anyway, we are supposed to be doing homework for OT…so I have been keeping my eyes out […]
Friday Freebie: Falling Leaf Language Activity
I was checking out some other speech therapy blogs this week and came across a great post from Jenna at Speech Room News on how she used some foam leaves to work on “wh” questions with her students. Her post inspired me to think up a fun activity to target toddler and preschool language skills […]
Hand-print Spiders for Halloween!
Today we made some hand-print spiders for Halloween! Even in such a SIMPLE craft like this, there are so many opportunities to learn and use language. Here is what you will need Black construction paper White crayon Scissors Hole Punch Glue PomPoms Googly Eyes Yarn Vocabulary you may use/target during the activity Paper Glue […]
Hand-Print Pumpkins Craft
I LOVE LOVE LOVE doing arts and crafts projects with my children, as well as in my therapy sessions. There are so many language learning opportunities when doing a craft project with a child or group of children: following directions, basic concepts and vocabulary development, etc. In the theme of fall and Halloween, this week […]