It’s PrAACtically Mother’s Day- 5 Activities that Support Communicating with Mom
It’s PrAACtically Mother’s Day and we are thinking about gifts and activities that promote communication, language, & literacy. Here are 5 activities that are fun and interesting to plan for and do interactively. In the end, there will also be a tangible and/or intangible gift for mom. Enjoy and please share any additional activities that you have done or seen that you think are great.
Visual Supports to Support Conversations with Moms-Thanks so much to Joel Shaul at Autism Teaching Strategies for creating this great visual support that helps support meaningful conversations with mom.
Saying I Love You On Mother’s Day– Ideas for teaching communication of “I Love You” for beginning communicator.
Mother’s Day Word List– Ideas for using this Mother’s Day Word Bank to create a poem, story, or more.. Words, words, and more words for conversation about mom.
Your Special Chef– Use this picture recipe and lesson plan site to make a dessert, a snack or even a full meal for your Mother’s Day celebration. Think of the conversation before, during, and after becoming a ‘chef’ for Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day Coupon Book– Use these free printable coupons to write, paste, or stick ‘coupon gifts’ for mom. You can also decorate, sign, assemble, cut, and/or read the coupons so everyone can be an active participant while creating this cool and useful gift.
Happy Mother’s Day to Everyone!
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
This post was written by Robin Parker