Engage your child in more than "head, shoulders, knees + toes" to teach them body related vocabulary! All resources have been designed by a Licensed Speech Language Pathologist to help facilitate language opportunities and development in your speech room or at home!
This Money Saving DIGITAL Bundle has all of the resources created for this theme in one place! Make sure that you are able to download an Adobe PDF prior to purchasing this file.
5 Adapted/Interactive Books (Value: $ 25.00)
Uh Oh! I Need Help
My Speech Helpers
I Know My Senses
Theme Guide + Recommendations (Value: $ 3.00)
Theme guide: play, sensory, gross/fine motor, cognition, emotional/social
Parent/Caregiver Handout: introduce the theme to the home/daycare provider by giving this one-page letter highlighting vocabulary that will be taught and helpful quick ideas to implement the theme in other environments and promote understanding.
Book + Play Recommendations: Like to add play items or books with your theme? I've compiled lists of my favorites with direct links (affiliate) to the resources to support your students without requiring you to have to search for #allthethings. Included are Amazon books, play items, and Usborne books.
Exclusive Handouts (Value: $ 2.00)
App + Educational Video List: a Compiled list of theme-related apps and kid-friendly videos to learn more about the vocabulary!
Printable Activity: label the common body parts with a cut and paste activity
Planning Calendar (Value: $ 1.00)
This one page printable is great to help you jot down ideas for your activities ahead of time. Don't like to plan in advance? Use this to track the activities you do each day to make sure you rotate some out and don't teach a skill to the task.
Body Theme Vocabulary Cards (Value: $ 4.00)
Set of 20 Cards (including the cover) to teach common body part labels.
Yes/No Task Cards (Value: $ 2.50)
Five printable activity pages
Match Mat Activity (Value: $ 1.50)
Students engage in the picture to picture matching with a set of 12 icons. Recommend using velcro with this activity. Can also use the icons and put into a sensory bin activity