Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Trick or Treat!

Trick or treat, trick or treat! Give me something good to eat! The other SLPs and I love chocolate. We need our daily chocolate fix to get us through the day. In honor of Halloween this week, we decided to share our candy addiction with our students by letting them Trick or Treat during therapy. To make the activity more interesting, we came up with this SmartBoard Trick or Treat Game. After taking a speech turn, the students spin the spinner to see which candy they get to pick. The spinner is divided into eight sections: chocolate, lollipops, gum, hard candy, and 4 sections of monsters. If the spinner stops on one of the sections with candy, the student gets to pick that item from our bucket. If the spinner stops on a monster, then the student gets no candy. We picked up some inexpensive treat bags at The Dollar Tree for our students to put their candy in. You could also use a sandwich bag if you don't have any treat bags handy. This is a great motivating activity for the students. It also allows you to get in lots of therapy practice. We will gladly share this SmartBoard game with you. To get this game for FREE, please follow our blog and comment below that you'd like to have this game and we will email it to you!



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