WINTER ACTIVITY IN SPEECH
Making crafts during your winter speech therapy sessions are a wonderful way to address language and articulation skills!
Winter Speech Therapy Snowman Craft
Materials Needed: Cotton Balls, Construction Paper, Glue, Scissors, Free Download (Below)
Make a realistic looking snowman using cotton balls! I have used this as a motivator for articulation therapy and language therapy. Each time students answer correctly, use correct sound production, etc. they glue a cotton ball onto the snowman.
Once they have all of their cotton balls glued on the snowman, I have the students color the snowman pieces (download below). This is great for following directions, describing and articulation at the conversational level.
Following Directions: Give students directions on what item to color and/or what colors to use. Use one or two-step directions and temporal concepts!
Describing: Have the students describe the different items before coloring each item.
Articulation: Have the students describe the different items while using their ‘good speech sounds’.
Finally, have your students cut and paste the pieces onto their snowman!
Use this free download (below) to create the snowman or sign up below for an entire Build A Snowman game complete with articulation and language task cards!
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Need more winter activities?
Click here to read about having a snowball fight during speech therapy!
Click here to see how I use cotton balls during my winter speech therapy sessions!