SLP Corner: 6 Ways to use Paper Bags in Speech and Language Therapy
[Source: My Speech Universe]
Looking for a cheap, easy to use therapy material? How about paper bags? I love using paper bags for a variety of activities. Here are some simple ways I have incorporated paper bags into my therapy sessions.
My students love to use puppets to “eat” their articulation cards or other target cards. They also love to use them to tell stories. Making puppets from paper bags is a great, inexpensive way to engage your students in a variety of activities! You can easily make a puppet to match any book or story that you are using. Be creative- your kids will love it!I made these monster puppets with my son this week. They were so easy to make! We used a little paint, glue, and card stock with our paper bags.
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