Not sure if any of you already do this, but yesterday during a session, I was using Super Duper's Social Skills Chipper Chat. Actually, I had the box on my counter and a preschooler asked if we could play with it. Maybe it's the red box...but I have a lot of younger kids who just want to see what's inside! I pulled out the mats that you're supposed to have the students put the chipper chat chips on and suddenly it hit me! He's an artic kid and we just discussed the pictures - great for an intelligibility rating!
After the session, I took myself to the copier to see if it would work the way I had hoped. It did!
I made a few copies of some of the mats:
BAM! Instant Do-A-Dot sheets for when you *forget* to print out a seasonal one...
For the dots that are blank, you could write in words with artic sounds that a child might be working on. Some of the boards have pictures of items in the dots - great for language kids who might be naming attributes, categories, WH questions, etc!
Does anyone else do this?