Hi Everyday Speechies!
We hope you’re gearing up for some very well-deserved time off! Finish the year strong with our December content updates, including new activities, videos, and games!
Start your holiday celebrations with our new printable gratitude activity, then try some of our new videos and games related to working in groups, advocating for yourself, and keeping conversations flowing.
December is also a great time to reflect on how far your students have come, provide positive feedback, and get them excited to expand their skillset in the new year.
In this winter activity, students glue a “Cup of Gratitude” hot cocoa together. Then, they write what they are grateful for on each of the marshmallows.
When playing with others, it’s important to stay physically close. This helps everyone feel like they’re part of the group.
Students learn why it’s important to stop and listen to adults, even when they’re doing an activity they enjoy.
Being proud of who we are means accepting ourselves. We love ourselves as we are. We also celebrate and respect others for who they are regardless of differences in abilities.
When we speak up about our needs, we are practicing self-advocacy. We need to be able to tell our friends what we need, as well as communicate our thoughts and feelings.
We communicate a lot of our emotions through body language. In this interactive game, learners use visual cues to determine how different characters may be feeling.
In this interactive game, students think about how a character may be feeling, then choose a response to show the character they care and understand.
Students learn how different actions make a group feel in this downloadable matching activity!
Help students learn to transition between activities with this interactive sequencing activity!