Once you hit week three of the fairy tales theme in preschool, you pretty much can’t imagine huffing and puffing or billy goats gruffing ANY MORE. To round out our fairy tales month I decided we were going to get crafty with some king and queen crowns. But doing crafts for 40ish kids gets to be a lot of work, so I made a fake craft.
Color-cut-staple-done. For this super simple craft, print my black and white Sound Crowns set, grab some sentence strips from your school supply closet, and round up scissors/crayons/stapler. Boom. You’re ready.
While the kids color, I usually work one-on-one with each one to elicit placement and get them focused on that sound.
Do a quick cut around and staple them to the sentence strip. Viola!
The after they have their royal headbands, grab that little chart in the top corner of the page. Have your student practice each word 10 times and then celebrate the 100 words they said! It’s a perfect way to collect data!
Here is one of my preschoolers working on his 100 words pretty independently! I just love that “I did it!” Such a smartie!
So many Kings and Queens! I loved seeing them worn home on the buses!
The download is in my TpT shop you’re ready to make some royalty!
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This goes perfectly with my recent post about fairy tales in speech therapy!!
I saw this and immediately thought “I have to have this!!” Super cute idea for my princess speech friends. I can’t wait to see how much they love making these!