I wanted to share two super simple ways I use mini pocket charts. You can find these in the Target Dollar Spot, at Michael’s clearance aisle or any teacher store. This week was the last week I saw my summer clients at clinic so I wanted to have a ‘fun day.’ First we played tic-tac-toe. I used articulation cards and printed x’s and o’s to cover them with. Grab the copy of the X and O sheet here. We also used my Hot Potato game! First I filled the pocket chart with articulation cards. Then we turned on the Hot Potato! Once we caught him on our turn we each read 3 cards and pulled them out, then tossed the potato! Lots of giggles came from this one!
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Really like easy….but I had to let your brain come up with the ideas. I’m still struggling just to figure out a schedule in between, music, art, library, p.e., lunch, recess, oh and reading and math!
Love it! I was wondering how I could use my extra pocket charts…I just had to wait for you to post something. 😉 Thanks!
Practically Speeching says
Used this today in my session and it worked BRILLIANTLY!! Thank you!!