Gobble, Gobble, just a peek into the turkey happenings in my Speech Room this week!
I made a Sensory Turkey. My preschool friends and I described it, felt it, smelled it, and jingled it. My elementary kiddos and I described it with adjectives and then make a big adjective list. Feathers contain: cotton balls, googley eyes, velcro, tongue depressors, noodles, feathers, buttons, crushed red pepper flakes, and pipe cleaners.
We added feathers to this Turkey! The kids said 5-10 words before they earned a feather.
We did paint dauber Turkeys.
Of course – most of our learning is coming from my Thanksgiving Language, Articulation and Social Skills packs. Here’s a picture of our acorn synonyms. So fun! What’s been happening in your speech room?
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