Need an easy, spring themed craft to brighten up your therapy space? Try this easy flower craft!
Crafts are always a great way to target following directions (“Show me a small petal”), prepositions (“Glue that to the top of the page”), and requesting (by having your students ask for each item they need).
These flower crafts are also easy to adapt for articulation, phonology, grammar, and describing!
Simply use different colored paper to cut out “petals,” and glue them around a yellow circle for the middle of the flower.
Have your students write (or have the therapist write if they need help) their target words or phrases on each petal.
As shown here, you could use this craft for different verb tenses, but you could also use it for older students with describing – perhaps write a different descriptor on each petal while describing a flower, for example.
Looking for some other fun craft ideas to use in therapy? Check out more easy ideas here!
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