Easter is upon us! I love spring themes, and I love how excited kids can get for Easter. There are some wonderful Easter and spring-related therapy ideas circulating Pinterest and other SLP blogs, and I will write about some of my favorites later this week. For now, I want to share with you all an easy, versatile, Easter-themed game that you can use with all of your students!
I'm a big fan of board games (it really encourages turn taking and spontaneous conversation), so I like to create a lot of these easy-to-use board games. Since most therapy sessions in the schools range from 15-20 minutes, quick and easy board games are sometimes the best reinforcer.
I am sharing with you today my Easter-themed board game. All you need is a spinner or a dice as well as some pawns (you can use Monopoly, Sorry, or other game pieces).
The kids really enjoy all of the different colors (they try to land on their favorite color), and they get excited when they see little short-cuts (like the Bunny Path in the picture above). The game can go quick, so it's good for those quick sessions where you don't have a lot of time for arts and crafts.
Download the game for free here!
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