“Fall” was the theme for this week’s therapy sessions. I do separate themes to teach about “apples” and “pumpkins,” so this theme primarily focused on leaves. For preschool, we talked mostly about how leaves grow on trees and change colors in the fall. We’ve had fun reading books, crafting, stamping, and coloring our way through the theme this week! Below is a craft that was loved by everyone:

My kids loved tracing their hands to make the tree trunk. I withheld leaves and allowed them to glue them after practicing articulation/phonological targets. This craft was also good for following directions, spatial concepts, and descriptive concepts. It was so easy to prep and make, yet so fun for everyone! You could even use pieces of real leaves!

What are your favorite fall themed activities?



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