One of my little guys with autism is very motivated to communicate to throw the rings and my active artic and language boys are alllll about the competition of it.
I like to use these pages that give visual reminders for the EET categories (and lines to write on) and then have my kiddos use the information to form a well developed paragraph (hopefully!)
We’ve already written all about FALL…
Another freebie I’ll be using this month is my Halloween Stamp-a-Story. Grab that one, too!!
I use it for artic AND language groups! You can read about how I use my stamp-a-stories HERE and HERE
For my little bitties, I’m going to be using these pumpkin patch sticker scenes that I scored from Oriental Trading (again). I LOVE their sticker scenes. They’re easy enough for my 3 and 4 year olds and keep them talking and engaged.
I feel like my therapy materials for the month are planned thanks to you! I have purchased so many of your materials and my students love them. Do you a data collection sheet or lesson planning sheet you use and could share? Thanks for this great post. I am so glad you shared your ideas before Halloween and not after. 🙂
Thanks Jenni! I do have a data sheet (that I also write my activities on) but I made it with a program that not many people use so no one can open it- that's why I have bothered sharing it. (I am not a fan of microsoft word or PPT, etc.) Yes, I'm glad I got this posted BEFORE Halloween- I'm so bad about waiting until after. I finally got my act together and did before 🙂 I will try doing this for each holiday! I'm so glad it was helpful.