Monday, October 5, 2015

One-Step Directions with Favorite Characters

This activity was designed to engage a client who prefers to play independently.  Targeting one-step directions, clinicians used characters and a Nick Jr. program the client responds to and engaged him/her in the tasks.  A sample of the activity is pictured below.

"Swiper swiped the goldfish!"

"First we have to crawl through the tunnel."

 "Then, go upside down in the crazy cave."

"Finally, swim through the pool ...
                    get the goldfish!"

Submitted by Lamar University speech-language pathology graduate clinicians Shelley Turner and Morgan Simmons

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