Are you looking for some 🐉 dragon themed materials and resources that you can incorporate into your speech and language therapy sessions? Check out the ideas below!
Dragons Love Tacos (Get Epic video, YouTube)
NO PREP ACTIVITIES
How to Catch a Dragon Book Companion
Dragons Love Tacos Book Companion Bundle
Dragon Language Unit Boom Cards
Dragon Build a Scene Boom Cards
Dragon Basic Concepts Boom Cards
Dragon 50 Trials Boom Cards
There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight Feed Me Boom Cards
Dragons Love Tacos Worksheets Story Elements, Summarizing, Main Idea, Cause & Effect
February Vocabulary Resource (great for sharing with families)
Have you used Wonderopolis in your therapy sessions? It's a wonderful website full of non-fiction articles that answer children's questions. Each article has targeted vocabulary words, comprehension questions, and extension activity ideas. You can read more about it in this blog post.
I really like their article for:
Learning background knowledge
Vocabulary development (Tier I, II, III words)
Comparing & contrasting
Here are a couple of dragon articles that I like:
How Do You Do the Dragon Dance? (This one is great for learning about Lunar New Year!)
Where Do Dragons Live? (This is great for comparing & contrasting dragons from European and Asian folklore.)
Crafts are a fun, hands on way to target a variety of skills like sequencing, sentence formulation, retell, past tense verbs (e.g. cut, glued, wrote, colored), temporal concepts (e.g. first, then, last), and spatial concepts (e.g. on, next to, under).
Have a wonderful week!
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