August’s Theme: Learning

As I continue to make monthly themes that I can reuse each year I’ve made “learning” my theme for August. You can find the rest of my monthly themes here. You can find my other themed virtual therapy rooms here. You can find more themed sensory bins here. You can find more themed prizes here. …

Learning-Themed Virtual Treatment Room

I’m continuing to develop a theme for each month so that I can recycle materials each year. My theme for August is learning. Click here to visit my learning-themed virtual treatment room and see the webcams, apps, videos, and websites I’m using this month. Here’s a link to my folder of themed virtual treatment rooms (so …

Alphabet Sensory Bin

For my learning-themed sensory bin I added beach kinetic sand (which is the closest to playground sand, but without the dust), Lakeshore’s Translucent Letters, and a variety of miniature items, each of which corresponds to each letter. Kids can play in the sensory bin in any way they’d like, but one of the things they …

Learning-Themed Prizes (Fidgets)

For my learning-themed August I decided to add some pocket-sized fidgets to my prize box. So many kids benefit from having a fidget while learning! I got these stretchy tubes, bubble pop keychains, and stretchy noodles. You can find the rest of my learning-themed materials here. And you can find the rest of my themed …

Brain Cells

“Brain Cells” is a game that my aunt, Jeanne Jurgensen, developed and generously gifted to me. Kids can bounce or throw koosh or ping-pong balls into the box, which is divided into “cells.” The word inside the box is the word we then work on by talking about its meaning, making a sentence with it, …