More “Lunch”.

21 Mar

A couple of busy lunch-breaks later, and here are a few more things to share! Just thought I’d post a few photos of some of the previously shared materials in action (I decided to laminate/velcro the printable book I had made to go with Lunch—worked really well with my kids who are working on answering questions/expanding utterances with attributes). And here are a couple of pages I made for a student to target pronouns & word retrieval (page 1, page 2). We brainstormed all the red/yellow/green etc things that he/she/they could eat. In need of more inspiration? Denise Fleming’s website is nice—check out her ideas/downloads for LunchI like the lift-the-flap mouse. Could have students recall different fruits/vegetables from the story to complete the project.

Wednesday’s my day with K-8th graders, which today means: printing/sending progress reports home & seeing a lot of artic groups, a couple of language groups, and having an Annual Review IEP meeting over lunch. Still quite a few meetings on the books before Spring break starts Friday afternoon—feeling the time crunch and I’d guess I’m not alone, school SLPs! We can do it, one day at a time. 🙂

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2 Responses to “More “Lunch”.”

  1. Colleen Fahey March 21, 2012 at 9:39 pm #

    Elena, What a great blog and such fun and awesome activities!!! I am gonna be sure to try a few!!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Elena Marie March 21, 2012 at 9:54 pm #

      Thanks so much, Colleen! Hope you and your students enjoy 😀

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