Pencil & Eraser Clip Art Activity

I love using Lets Babble On’s Synonym Pencil Activity  as an exit ticket and a way to collect data for my students.  For the graphics on this activity we designed a traditional pencil and block eraser.  We have been working on … Continue reading

Oldie but Goodie: Mr. Potato Head

We all love Mr. Potato Head.  Kids love Mr. Potato Head.  Parents love Mr. Potato Head.  Why wouldn’t we use something that everyone loves?!? I found these stickers at The Dollar Store and immediately knew I must do my next … Continue reading

Speech / OT Version of an Easter egg hunt-weeks later

Although Easter has passed, our preschoolers still love going on Easter egg hunts.  This year I decided to buy a whole bunch of plastic Easter eggs (from Amazon) to use throughout the year.  Im pretty sure my younger students would open and … Continue reading

I Spy With my Little Eyes….an EET activity

The other day I was on Pinterest and saw this pin on Pinterest from http://munchkinsandmayhem.blogspot.com/?m=1.   I immediately downloaded and printed the ‘I Spy’ worksheet.   I originally used it for work on vocabulary, specifically categories (ex. “Color all the things that … Continue reading

Back to Basics-How to elicit language from toys

Last month I posted a top ten list of basic toys that children love to play with.   This week’s blog targets how to use those toys to elicit language.   Chances are that as long as you are not … Continue reading

New Teachers Pay Teachers Product-Synonyms

Stop by Lets Babble On’s Teachers Pay Teachers Storeif you need a synonym activity.  This activity is geared towards K-1 students but can be used with other students for independent/review work.  Here are two examples of how I used this … Continue reading

Back to the Basics Series-Following the Child’s Lead-Part One

I recently had in increase in three year olds on my caseload.  It is important that when you work with infants and toddlers you follow the child’s lead.  What I mean by this is whatever the child seems interested in … Continue reading

Get up and move series-Musical Chairs-Singing and dancing while learning!

A long time ago I saw an activity that targeted rhyming in a book called 101 Reading Activities: A Multi-sensory Approach (I think it was by Linguisystem but I cant find it anymore).   You moved the chairs away from … Continue reading

Get Up and Move Series-Scavenger Hunt

One of the easiest and most fun activities is a scavenger hunt.  This can be done at home, school, after school programs, the library, private clinics  etc. The hardest thing about a scavenger hunt activity is coming up with the … Continue reading

Grammar or Articulation Activity using “Jenga”

My students have been working on identifying what a noun, verb and adjective are for some time now and asked to play a game.  I find that there are a lot of games out there that you can easily use … Continue reading