Possessive ‘s Robot Activity
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Speech Therapy, Activities, Language
This interactive and fun material will allow your client or child to build their own robot, all while targeting knowledge of the possessive ‘s. As they build, multiple opportunities are provided to use the possessive ‘s to describe the different parts of their robot.
- Instruction Sheet
- Robot Pieces (2 Pages)
- Word Bank of Robot Parts
- Visual Cue Page
- Tips for Teaching the Possessive ‘S
How to Prepare:
- Print out activity and laminate activity for long-term use.
- Cut out individual robot parts and velcro together. A model robot is included to use as a reference.
- Cut out target words and possessive ‘s playing piece.
How to Use:
First, use a mirror and identify your arms, eyes, head, nose, and mouth. Then, identify these parts on the robot.
- Target possessive ‘s by pointing to a part of the robot and asking questions like, “What’s that?” or “Whose nose is that?”
- Then, prompt your client or child to use the possessive ‘s playing piece to say, “That is the robot’s nose.”
- (Optional) Create 3 robots and assign them each a different name. This allows multiple opportunities for possessive ‘s to be targeted. For example, point to Johnny the Robot’s arms and ask your client, “Whose arms are those?” Then, point to Kelly the Robot’s mouth and ask, “Whose mouth is that?”
Super cute and my student’s really like it as well.
My students (boys) love this robot. I used velcro. They ask to do it at least 3 sessions in a row. We used it to teach “its arm” or “his arm.”
This robot is a hit with the kids! They love getting to build a robot, but while they’re at it they’re practicing their speech goals. This was a great idea!
This robot activity is so cool!!! Not only is it extremely creative and fun but it’s an awesome activity to help kids practice the possessive ‘s.