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For inclusion, we read "Flowers Everywhere" by Chapel Hill Snippets. Following that, the kids colored each page of the emergent reader Flowers (free from Kathy Nottingham). After we put the books together, the kids read the book with the carrier phrase "The flower is (color)."
My Walk-in Preschoolers, and my preschoolers working on artic made butterflies from Preposition ButterflyCraft (freebie from Moore News) with just a couple of modifications:My language preschoolers completed classroom/pool comparison from Cut, Sort & Glue! Activities for the Entire Year (Miss Speechie):
We used the Smartboard to put the butterflies different places:
And we answered multiple choice questions about Spring:
When it wasn't their turn, the students cut out target words from Spring Color, Cut, and Glue Articulation Activities (Speech Is Sweet) and glued them around the picture. They took these home for homework.
We played the butterfly game from Spring Game Boards & Reinforcer Pages (The Speech Chicks...FREE!).
We had a day off on Tuesday (Election Day), so for the other game activity, we played the Parts of a Flower Game from Year Round Literature for Language and Artic! by Rochelle Wilson.
Now it's your turn: What did you do in therapy this week? Don't forget to link up!