I'm usually really happy when Friday comes around, but today I am a little blue for a couple of reasons...
#1. I have to go back to work in just 3 short days and I have soooo much to do!
#2. My Army son left this morning and we won't see him again until March! Isn't he handsome?
This looks like a really cute lesson for teaching preschoolers the difference between expected and unexpected behaviors. Carissa over at Home Sweet Speech Room put this activity together and I really like how she refers to the behaviors as "silly" or "not silly." I also think my preschoolers will find some of the behaviors hilarious. It might be fun to extend this activity by taking turns role-playing some of the behaviors and having the rest of the group decide if the behavior was "silly" or "not silly."
How cute is this versatile activity from L.C., SLP???
Way to extend the use of a popular game! I love this idea from Busy Bee Speech.
This is a must read that will make you think! I suggest sharing this post from Playing With Word 365 with your friends, parents of students, teachers, administrators...
I loved Pam's Santa's Cookie Slam! game and was so happy to see that she made a Snowman Slam! game!! My theme for January is Snowmen so this will fit in perfectly! Visit Chit Chat and Small Talk and download this cute game!
Yummy Valentine themed no-bake snack from Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons that would be very easy to make with your groups for some fun on Valentine's Day. You could also sneak in all sorts of language concepts (following directions, qualitative concepts, vocabulary...) and social concepts (sharing, turn-taking, making choices...), as well as target articulation, fluency, and voice goals!! Sounds like a winner to me!
I really need to go now because...
Have an awesome and very safe weekend!!