So after I got some inspiration from my friend Felice over at The Dabbling Speechie, I headed over to my local Dollar Tree to find some eggs and grass to make my own sensory bin (See her post HERE) and I ended up finding two cuties…Baby bunny and baby chick, you make me smile! These little guys are wind up toys…and you know that is like GOLD in speech therapy world! On their own, they are a favorite toy to work on various language skills including requesting, specific vocabulary, turn taking, AAC devices and simple signs…all kinds of stuff! Well these two cuties helped me accomplish even more than that this week! Check out what else we did…
I spread out these phonology sheets and we let the chick and bunny go…whatever they landed on, the kids had to practice! Way more fun!We were also able to use them for working on describing with the EET! This sheet is from my Easter No Prep packet.
For my older students, we had some chick vs. bunny races and I was able to easily incorporate some drill. It’s always a win for me when I can use the same materials!
I hope that gives you some new ideas for therapy…if you don’t have the bunny and chick yet, go by your dollar store and grab them!