Luck Of The Irish

While I won't be doing many activities in speech therapy this year for St. Patrick's Day (we're on spring break), I didn't want to leave you all without a few ideas.  I found these awesome ideas through Pediastaff's pin board for St. Patrick's Day.

This is what Speech Lady Liz would be doing in therapy
Click on the picture to get to the site link.  

Fun activity for talking about attributes

Articulation cards for /r/.

Multiple meanings, sequencing and evaluating statements

Phonemic Awareness


Working on blends

Plurals Bingo

So my thinking with this activity, is to print off my word sheets on the bottom right corner of this page and print on different colors of paper.  Then the kids cut and make the rainbow with their words and the different colors. 

What couldn't you do with this activity? These gold coins could be used for articulation(write initial, medial, final, word, phrase, sentence on the coins) or it could be used for language (put directions, prepositions, wh-questions etc.)

Great activity that works on putting simple sentences together and the concept of "on".

And lastly,
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Clover
A fun book to read to your kids that has some St. Patrick's Day vocabulary and love that she gives you the sentence strips with the pictures.  Hello sequencing!

These bloggers really have some great ideas! Make sure you go and follow their blogs and/or like them on Facebook...I know I have!

Happy St. Patrick's Day from a 25% Irish speech lady :)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the link to my blog! You've got a wonderful assortment of fun activities planned.