We made superhero capes for our craftivity, which you can read about HERE.HERE. I combined that with this villain artic page from Busy Bee Speech's Comic Book Companion, which you can see HERE. The kids each got the villain page, then chose one hero. They read the cards and found all the words that had their speech sound and wrote them on the lines. I challenged them to fill up the whole page, and most of them did! And not just did it, but did it happily! P.S. Lauren's Comic Book Companion is AH-mazing! I have used it a ton so far, for lots of things that had nothing to do with comic books! Lol
I used Clicky Sticky Super Heroes on the iPad this week too. I love this app anytime of year, but it tied in especially nice for this theme. You can use this app series for so many goals, they are good to have on hand!
Other things I didn't get to snap pictures of?
We got TONS of plural and past tense practice with my Save the Sentences packet. I used this tons too, so I will probably be making more of this type of resource with different themes. You can find it in my TPT store.
And last, but definitely not least...CC's fabulous Super Social Skills packet. This thing is the bomb and I will be using it with my social skills groups all year. You can check it out HERE.
HOLY THERAPY IDEAS, BATMAN! You could seriously do superheroes for a month. Or two. We had a great couple of weeks...but I have to move on. Why? ARRRRGH! Pirate Week is coming :)
Did you do any superhero therapy activities lately? Got more ideas? Share with me!