I LOVE going to blog and seeing someone adapt cheap materials to make an awesome game or activity. I'm the FIRST to go out and buy those materials (and put them in my closet where they sit for six months....) Last year my kiddos went crazy for these awesome activities:
ANGRY BIRDS CUPS from Speech Room News. So simple, so fun for my kids. A great way to get lots of Articulation or other repetitions in.
ARTIC STICKS and ARTIC TOWERS from Sublime Speech. I added a wind up train to knock down the towers. Fun, fun, fun.
TIC TAC TOSS: Articulation from Activity Tailor. This post had me scouring Goodwill for months before I finally scored a used game to adapt.
GEOBOARD: from Dollarstore Crafts. This is a fun activity to work on directions. (Make a small square and put a yellow triangle next to it.) I also will use this for a reward. Do 10 repetitions or questions and then you can add to your design.
BLOCK STACKER: This was a newer post from Carrie's Corner. Being super lazy, I just printed a page from Webber's Jumbo Articulation book and placed it at the bottom of a container I had. Lots of repetition and lots of fun with my clients.
Anyhow, I think I have a bad case of speechlanguagepathologistcreativetherapyblockageitis. I've got nothing. Well, not nothing. I have a really cool companion syntax packet on my TPT store: Race for Bedtime: Pronouns, Auxiliaries and Sentences.