Monday, December 30, 2013

Window Crayon Rainbow Writing



I used flour first, and it DID NOT work well. I had to dump it all out, wipe the box out with paper towel, and then color over the shapes to make them bright again. USE CORNSTARCH for a silky feel that allows the color to pop through better. Enjoy!

Idea credit:  http://www.notimeforflashcards.com/?s=Magic+Letter+Writing&search=Search

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

FELT PLAY









Sort, Sort, Sort

BUTTON SORT



SHAPE SORT WITH BUTTONS




SORTING TWO'S AND FOUR'S


SORTING TOOLS


BALL AND BRICK SORT





POM POM SORT


Fruit or Veggie?


Letter Squirt

PLAY THIS GAME INDOORS OR OUT. I USED CRAOLA WASHABLE MARSHERS INDOORS ON THE DISHWASHER DOOR. OUTDOORS, I USED CRAYOLA WASHABLE POSTER PAINT. IT DRIES QUICKLY OUTDOORS. PLAY VARIES. SOMETIME HE COULD SQUIRT IT AS LONG AS HE COULD TELL ME THE LETTER. OTHERTIMES I WOULD TELL HIM WHICH LETTER TO SQUIRT.






Friday, November 15, 2013

NEW Speech and cognitive supported activities for toddlers

Fly or Not Fly? Sorting Animals. A variation is "Swim or Not Swim? Use plastic animals or pictures of animals to play. Addition, make the sounds of the animals before saying it either flies or doesn't.

Here we are playing Swim or Not Swim?

Alive or Not Alive? Use cards or small toys to play. I told my son that things that are alive breathe, and move, and grow.

 
Hot or Not Hot? I printed out images using Microsoft Clip Art, and we played this game. The child must form sentences when playing. "Milk is not hot," etc.
 
 
EAT OR NOT EAT?
 
Place various objects in the tub. Ask child if you can eat or not eat--. Have him say, "Yes, you can eat corn," etc.
 
 


These ideas were presented to me by or son's speech pathologist, Ms. Zamudio.