Green Screen, Teletherapy, Thematic Units, Therapy Ideas

Make a Jack-o-Lantern Green Screen

I told my students they were going to help me carve a pumpkin and they immediately got excited! I have used this activity with all of my preschool students and have managed to target a variety of goals! What do you need? Green screen (mine is felt)Cut out shapes (I used a die cut machine)Sticky… Continue reading Make a Jack-o-Lantern Green Screen

Green Screen, Teletherapy, Thematic Units, Therapy Ideas

Interactive Magic Floating Objects-Spooky Scenes

Fun Halloween themed activity that my students are LOVING! What you will need... Green background (table cloth from the dollar store, felt, a green sheet)Paint sticks (I found extra long sticks at Walmart)Green duct tape (make sure it is the same shade of green as your background for best results)object cut outsbackground images uploaded to… Continue reading Interactive Magic Floating Objects-Spooky Scenes

Therapy Ideas

Tips to Make Articulation Therapy Fun and Effective

Articulation Therapy When I provide articulation therapy, I do so using a drill like approach. My goal is to get as many productions as possible, while still providing specific feedback. I aim for at least 100 productions each session. Tip #1: Choose reinforcers and activities that are quick The goal is to get as many… Continue reading Tips to Make Articulation Therapy Fun and Effective