For the next two weeks, I'll be doing an Easter theme in my speech therapy room. I know a lot of districts do not allow for an Easter theme, but I am still allowed to in my district. Many of these activities could be spring related or a bunny theme. Anyway, here's what I've got going on!
1.) For my early elementary/pre-k articulation kiddos, we will be doing an Easter Sensory Bin. I use this interactive articulation activity from The Speech Attic.
I put the cards in my rubbermaid with some green Easter grass and the kids LOVE it! I usually throw in a few eggs with tiny objects hidden inside.
2.) For my older articulation students, I will use this Easter NO PREP Articulation Packet. It contains a variety of worksheets for each sound. I can use some in therapy and send some home for practice.
3.) I picked up these confetti-filled eggs on clearance after Easter last year. I think we will take them outside for an egg-toss type game with some of my social skills groups. I think it will be a good chance to practice team work, problem solving, winning/losing gracefully, etc.
4.) For my language students, I will use this set of language worksheets. They are mostly low/no prep. I can use them with nearly every language student on my caseload. You can also buy the open ended game separately here.
5.) I also have some fun games and activities planned. We will play Jumping Jack and color chalkboard eggs. The little booklet is part of this packet of push in therapy books for the whole year.
6.) We will also be reading some great books like "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick" and "Creepy Carrots." Those are my two favorites for Easter time. There are tons of great book companions out there for "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick." Do a quick TpT search to find something that would work great for your caseload.
And those are my Easter therapy plans! I hope you find something you can use in your own therapy room! :)