Thursday, April 23, 2015

WH-Question PlayDoh Smash Mats! {Giveaway}

If you are ever having a dull therapy session, bust out a few cans of PlayDoh and the day will be saved! I have recently been incorporating PlayDoh into my sessions that target WH-questions. I noticed that the boys love making things they can knock down, crash, or smash. Why not target some therapy goals while smashing some PlayDoh? I would like to introduce to you…. WH-Question Smash Mats!
I created these mats for my students that are working on answering WH-questions (what, who, where, and when) 
To use these mats, print and laminate them. Each mat comes with 10 questions that correlate with a picture. Ask the student(s) or have them read a question from the mat (depending on ability level or age.) Then, have them find the picture that answers the question and smash a ball of PlayDoh on it!
These mats have been a ton of fun in therapy. I love when I create an activity that the kids actually request to use multiple times!
You can download your own copy of these activity mats in my TpT store here!
I am also giving away some of these mats so make sure you enter the giveaway below.
Have a great Thursday!!


47 comments:

  1. What a great idea! I know my kiddos will love this!

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  2. Love these! They would be perfect for my kindergartners!

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  3. Love this idea. Simple planning but a fun activity for kids.

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  4. I woul d love to win this! It looks like so much fun for my kids ( and for me:) )

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  5. What a great idea! I have a few students who would love this!

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  6. I love these! Do you have any for articulation?

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    1. In the process of making them now! 😄 any particular sounds you need?

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  7. This is such a fun idea! Thanks!

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  8. These looks great- I love your stuff! Some articulation ones would be great, early developing sounds and early processes for me- stopping, fronting, backing etc!!

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  9. This product looks awesome!! Thank you!

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  10. We love playdough in speech therapy! I know the OT will love this one too!

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  11. My kids would love this!! Thanks :0)

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  12. Sorry if this is double but I don't think my comment worked...these are awesome and would also be great for minimal pairs!

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  13. LOVE this idea! And, it gets the kids playing with playdough without the mess! ;)
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  14. These are definitely on my list to get next!!! Such a terrific idea! Thank you!!!

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  15. What an awesome idea! I know all of my WH ? Kiddos will love this!

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  16. This is such a great idea! I have so many kiddos on my caseload that would benefit from this! Thank you for sharing and the giveaway opportunity! :)

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  17. This activity looks like a lot of fun. Kids love it when I get playdough out! Thanks for creating this resource. I would love it!

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  18. This looks like an amazing idea! My kids would love it!

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  19. How creative! Love your resources!! Thanks for the giveaway! My kiddos would love this!!

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  20. This is fantastic! My preschoolers and I get so bored working on wh-questions...they will love this!

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  21. What a great idea! My students would love this!

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  22. My kiddos would love this! What a great idea!!

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  23. I love this idea! My kindergarteners would love this!

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  24. What a FABULOUS idea! I see you have some for articulation. Do you have plans to create any grammar smash mats? - Truvine Walker

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  25. I would love to see these for articulation, too, if you can make some! How cute!

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    1. I already have /r, k, and g/ in my store. More are coming!!

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  26. My prek kiddos would go bananas for these!

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  27. My kids would love these! How fun!

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  28. Great idea! I know some pre-k kids who would love these.

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  29. Wonderful! Would love to try these out.

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  30. This activity would really appealed to my kids and teach them some valuable skills.

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  31. What a perfect way to get my 'smashers' working on their goals!

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