Friday, October 2, 2015

Squirrel Mask



Welcome LEADer's Class families!


I am so glad that you stopped by my blog! There are lots of activities here that you can use to help you continue to develop your child's speech and language skills!

These activities are designed for children with advanced, typically developing or delayed communication skills. There are activities for children of all ages - 9 months to 6 years old (and older). Look around and find some favorites!


But I know that you stopped by to see a sample of the Squirrel Mask that your child took home this week. Well, here it is (the pink in the ear scootched over a little, but you get the idea!):




Please work on this project together! You can focus on following directions like: "turn the pink piece over and put glue on the back." Or "put the teeth under the dark gray piece."

Since our social skill was to work on a task until completion, this is a fun task with a handful of pieces. Your child should experience success completing the mask! Praise your child for completing the task and make sure you emphasize the idea that they completed it! Once it's done, have some fun singing the Gray Squirrel song!


In next week's class, I will be bringing in some giant (or at least very large!) pumpkins!



If you are a family that is not currently in one of my LEADer's Classes, you can find out more here! The LEADer's Class is custom designed by me (a certified Speech Language Pathologist) to work on Language Enrichment And Development for preschool children who have typically functioning langauge skills but who are looking to grow in their development!






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