Are you guys Elf on the Shelf-ing at home? My students are having a great time telling me all of their Elf excursions. One of the followers of Speech Room News emailed me last week and asked me if I had any ideas for using the Elf in speech. What a great idea it turned out to be! Elf on the Speech Shelf is brought to you by Karen Parden MS, CCC-SLP. Karen works in the public schools with children from ages 3-12 (Preschool-Middle School). She is working on her Auditory-Verbal Certification. You can contact her at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org There are a few ways to get your Elf involved in your speech room. I don’t have an Elf to use at school so my students are filling out the little sheet each morning about their elves at home. I’m focusing on spatial concepts. Download my printable HERE! Karen is using her Elf during speech. Her speech elf has been very busy. CUTE right?!! Well Karen has given you a great free printable today. She created this great book unit complete with comprehension questions, artic targets and vocabulary words. Grab your free download HERE! Don’t you love it?! Thanks so much Karen!! Do you have a great idea? I would LOVE to hear it. Email me at email@example.com Don’t forget to pop over and vote for us in the category of BEST NEW BLOG. http://edublogawards.com/2011-
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Oh my….SIGH. Next year when I am working again Iwill have to go out and buy another Elf 😉 My daughter is loving ours. Thanks for linking up at Thrifty Thursday! I votes for you again 😉
I do “Snowman in the Speech Room” during January and February! The kiddos loved it last year and have been asking if the snowman was coming back since August!! Similar to Elf but I have a snowman with arms and legs and he does all kinds of crazy stuff! I take a picture of him and the students have to write a sentence about what he is doing on the lined paper. (Grammar, articulation, vocabulary, fluency) It takes about 5 minutes of therapy time each session. I have found that December is such a crazy month and we have more time after Christmas to focus on our snowman!