hide a felt snowball behind different colors of felt mittens, say the following poem: Snowball, snowball cold and round behind which mitten can you be found? Can also cut out houses and a small mouse to hide under it. "little mouse, little mouse, where can you be? Under what house, are you hiding from me?"
Little Mouse little mouse are you hiding in the (color) house. A cute guessing game - kids name the color - makes a nice lift the flap book too. Tie in with the Mouse Paint story, e.g. Little Mouse did you paint a (color) house? Repinned by www.preschoolspeechie
FREE This is a set of number cards with a Winter theme, 0-10. Three cards for each number - the number, a ten-frame representation, and the number word. Use for recognition, sequence, memory games, hiding and finding games, and of course, matching. 6 pages
Hidden Cups Articulation Idea. Materials: small cups, articulation cards, a few objects. Put the few objects underneath random cups, and put the articulation cards on top of the cups. Client must say, "Is it under the ____" so he/she practices target sound before looking under the cups. http://speechymusings.wordpress.com/2012/12/07/a-semester-of-articulation-therapy-ideas/#