Umbrellas in the Speech Room!

Today in our social language group, we had a lot of fun using umbrellas!  The main idea we were targeting was the preposition 'under.' 

The first activity was a book that I created called "Who Is Under The Umbrella?"  We passed out pictures of different animals or people, and students took turns putting the cards under the umbrellas on the pages.

 You can get this FREEBIE by clicking here:  Who Is Under The Umbrella?  Please leave feedback if you like it.

The next activity we did was to create little umbrellas for a bulletin board that the school social worker is going to make outside of her room.  The umbrellas were made out of coffee filters.  We had the students decorate the filters with Do-A-Dot markers.  Then, we folded them in half, punched a hole in the bottom and added a pipe cleaner handle.  I think they turned out really cute!

The bright colors of the activities today really got me excited for spring!  I will definitely take some April showers if they bring May flowers!



  1. Thanks for sharing! This is my type of activity!

  2. Love the cute activity n the umbrella craft! Thanks for sharing...definitely doing this!!

  3. I am just finding this. It is so perfect for our extreme rains here in Texas this week. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity.


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