Friday, April 10, 2015

Week in Review 04/10/15

Old School Speech
I started this linky so that SLPs could go to 1 place to get ideas for therapy. Write a post about either what you did this week, or what you have planned for next week. All I ask is that you share a link back to my blog in your post.
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Theme of the week: The Icky Sticky Frog (Dawn Bentley) This is my first companion packet, so I'm learning as I go!



5 Minute Day:

For my students who are seen in a group, the Roll & Cover from my packet was used. It kept them busy for the 5 minutes they were at this center.
My students who are seen individually used the same game, but we played Bump It using the same board.
Preschool Language:
There was a lot of sequencing going on with this book! My students put the bugs on/near the frog's tongue in the order of the story. 
They also put pictures together, and we made a small book.
I figured it's time to get started with Spring Vocabulary, so we went through one of the Spring Interactive Books (Speech Universe).

School –Aged Language:
 Since state tests are looming, the students continued working on reading a passage and answering questions by looking back at the passage. They're getting better at it; hopefully they'll remember the strategies they're using when it comes time for the real thing!

Game Day:
This game turned out to be a huge hit! After saying their target, the students picked a card. If they got a fly, it went on their frog. If a butterfly was chosen, they had to give 1 of their flies to someone else, but if they got a fish, they had to put all of their flies back in the box.

Craftivity:
I actually just worked on this last night. (So much for going to bed early!) I thought it turned out pretty well! I'll be updating my companion packet tonight to include the pattern and directions.

What did you do this week, or what are you planning for next week?

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