Using Backgrounds on ZOOM for Old McDonald

Engaging kids via teletherapy isn’t always easy. This is an activity I’ve been using with some of my kiddos. I use this for inferencing, animal sounds, and expressive language goals. They LOVE the dinosaur at the end. Remember, add pauses (longer than even the ones I use in the video) to allow the kiddo toContinue reading “Using Backgrounds on ZOOM for Old McDonald”

Articulation Videos

So, I’ve been using articulation videos for a long time with my kiddos. I’ve recently started telling people that I’m posting them. These videos are short, with audio descriptions at the beginning of each, followed by a few minutes of just me producing the sound. I made them overly simple on purpose, and exaggerated theContinue reading “Articulation Videos”

Craft of the Week: Jack-o-Lantern

Jack-o-Lantern Summary: This video is a step-by-step guide to creating a ghost from construction paper.  Verbal cues/instructions are included.  Materials Jack O Lantern Craft Printout (PDF) Glue stick Orange oval Green rectangle 2 big black triangles 1 small black triangle 1 black semi-circle Video Note: This video may not work for every child. It shouldContinue reading “Craft of the Week: Jack-o-Lantern”

Craft of the Week: Spider Web

Spider Summary: This video is a step-by-step guide to creating a spider from construction paper.  Verbal cues/instructions are included.  Materials Spider Craft Printout (PDF) Glue stick ½ piece of black construction paper with web drawn on 8 purple legs: 2 sets of 4 legs glued together 1 big purple circle 1 small purple circle GreenContinue reading “Craft of the Week: Spider Web”