I’m a day late for a Monday post, but better late than never, right?! One of my goals in therapy this semester is to get back to incorporating movement into my therapy sessions. Today, I wanted to share just a simple vocabulary activity I came up with for our Transportation unit in preschool (I love all of the cute winter-themed activities I am continuing to see everyone posting on Instagram & Facebook… but I just can’t do winter anymore! <insert sign language for “all done” here> So, onto new themes, we go!)
This activity just uses basic transportation images found here (I went with real photos for this activity) taped to beanbags. I took three containers and taped on pictures of water, a road, and a cloud for various modes of transportation, as well.
The kids got to pick a beanbag out of a pile, and we worked on picture naming and some WH questions. After talking about the pictured item for a little bit, they had to decide which container they should toss it in– water, road, or air.
It was a super simple activity, but they got to move around a little bit and throw things (I mean, what 3 or 4 year old doesn’t enjoy that?), so they enjoyed it!
For added movement, try adding some simple yoga to your therapy! Act out each mode of transportation as you work on naming the pictures– try boat pose for boats/ships, chair pose for a tractor or cars with arms extended out in front of you rather than vertically, or warrior 3 pose for airplanes!
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