Gardening in Speech

Spring is approaching and I’m itching to get out all of the cute garden-themed stuff I’ve been collecting. ***This post contains affiliate links.*** A couple years ago I found this cute felt “garden” basket in the 90% off bins at Joann’s Fabrics. The next year I found an identical one, plus a larger version. I […]

Mother’s Day Mason Jar Craftivity

This year in Speech my students made this adorable craft for their mothers/special women in their lives. I printed the mason jar template on different colored paper (pink and purple, mostly).  Then I printed the oval with the words on yellow and white paper. The only thing you need for this craft, besides the free […]

Watermelon Craftivity

I LOVE potatoes!  Not only are they a delicious starchy food that’s amazing fried, but who knew you could do so many crafts with them!?  Earlier in the spring I used them to make Easter eggs; this week I made watermelons with them!  I originally saw them on this Pinterest pin and knew I had […]

Father’s Day craft

Last week we did a Father’s Day craft a little early.  I found it on Pinterest.  It wasn’t originally made to be a Father’s Day project, but I spun it into one!  Take a look! We used sharpies to draw the stem and the eraser end of a pencil to stamp our dandelions.  I originally used […]

Spring and Mother’s Day crafts for low incidence populations

I’ve been slacking on my usual posts about activities with low incidence populations, so now I’m playing catchup.  Here’s what I’ve done with my intellectually disabled group for the past three weeks. I live in a suburb of Washington, DC, so the Cherry Blossoms are a big thing.  When I saw this on Pinterest, I […]