“Snowmen at Night” Freebie

For the past week I have been using the book “Snowmen at Night” in therapy with my preschoolers. It is a simple story that has funny, engaging pictures.  It’s great for winter vocabulary and “what doing” questions. *This post contains affiliate links* I always like having an activity to send home to parents to showcase […]

Speech and Language Snowman Craftivity

This week in therapy every student on my caseload will be making a snowman.  I saw the idea to use paper doilies to make a snowman on Pinterest and knew I had to do it!   Here are the supplies you will need: Click on the affiliate links below to find them! two sizes of […]

5 Senses with 2 crafts

Everybody knows the flexibility and appeal of Mr. Potato Head.  Last week I used him to target the 5 senses with my preschoolers and intellectual disabilities students! Here are the supplies I started with: Each child was able to pick a blue or purple paper for their background (not pictured above because I grabbed those […]

Paint Chip Turkeys

For the past two weeks, I’ve made paint chip turkeys with a good majority of my groups.  I found the original idea here, but didn’t want to work on “I’m thankful for…” with my groups.  Instead, we targeted artic, Wh- questions, pronouns, comparing/contrasting, yes/no questions, absurdities, regular past tense verbs, social skills, and sequencing.  Yes, all […]

Pumpkin craft for ANY goal.

Today with my kindergarteners I targeted their goals in a brand new way for them. We didn’t play a game, we made pumpkins!  I found the original idea here. To start, I cut orange construction paper in long strips.  My stips are about 12 inches long and an inch and a half wide.  I gave each […]