September 2021: "SeptembARRR"
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YARRR HAR HUNT Game
We love cooperative games here at Speech Cube! This game is a great way to introduce and reinforce pirate-themed vocabulary! Plus, cooperative games allow for strategy and collaborative discussions!
Treasure Chest + Treasure
Add this to your collection of mini objects! The coins and jewels are perfect markers for game boards, Bingo, articulation sheets, marking turns within your group, or as a general reinforcer during your lesson. Treasure chests work far beyond a pirate-theme, right? Use it all year to hold your trinkets!
If you’re looking for a way to incorporate the treasure chest and treasure into your actual therapy, consider using it to:- Hide target articulation or vocabulary cards
- Pair with AAC and use core words “open,” “close,” “more,” “in,” “out”
- Target following directions “put in” and “take out”
- Make a barrier activity out of it -- hide an object inside and have students ask specific questions or you provide the descriptors and the student's guess.
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This month our Spark Innovations sequencing cards set take a little stretch to fit the theme - but I can see it! Pirates... water...fish...fish tanks. There’s almost always a wrecked pirate ship in everyone’s at-home fish tanks, right?
“Building a Fish Tank'' provides a great opportunity for sharing opinions, problem solving, and using relevant vocabulary. This month’s set comes with WH-question prompts.
These sequencing card sets have been my go-to to gather baseline data on almost all my student’s goals this year! You will quickly see where students breakdown when trying to tell a story. I plan to also use the sequencing sets in my assessments this year to gather informal data on narrative language, problem solving, main idea/detail, vocabulary, sentence structure, articulation, and much more. How are you using them?
Game Playing Visual
I love the visual this month -- especially the “what can I say?” cues! You can use this visual from PreK through high school as a reference for your entire caseload.
Pirate Animal Stickers
Kids love stickers. These will be a hit!
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