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Acorn Sequencing

My students and I have been having way too much fun with the Acorn Jewels this week.   They were a simple, quick craft which incorporated multiple goals of expressive and receptive language.  
We are lucky enough to have some beautiful oak trees on our school grounds so I brought my Life Skills group outside to collect them.  We then sequenced the steps to make these shiny treasures. 

I used the i-pad to video each group retelling the sequence and modeling of how to make the craft.  The next group was thrilled to watch their friends explaining the directions.  

Here are some fun ideas for the leftover acorn bottoms:

Click on the photos for the original links for the craft pictures.  The sequencing idea photo is my own.  Feel free to use for your therapy sessions. If you share please reference my blog post.  

Happy Fall!!!!
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"S...Peachy" Feedback Linky Party

It's time to link up!  Allison is hosting her monthly 'Speachy Feedback Linky Party' where we celebrate those kind teacherspayteachers shoppers who leave comprehensive feedback.

I choose this detailed feedback by rkoonerup about my 
little Questioning Owls for tonight's linky party.  

rkoonerup please email me at jenng12slp@gmail.com for your choice of a free product from my store.

I think Questioning Owls is my favorite cover page.  It was inspired by a friendly crow whom I met at a petting zoo.  He puffed up his belly and called out "Who-what-when-where-why?"   I didn't know crows could talk before that day. 

Questioning Qwls is available at my Teacherspayteachers and Teacher's Notebook stores.  

To all of my followers:  If you haven't already-hop on over to my Facebook page before 8PM (EST) to receive Caramel Apples as a freebie language/cooking activity.  Just click on the Fall Frenzy Tab.

Be sure to check out all of the linkys at Allison's page:  Speechpeeps