Every year our school has a Thanksgiving lunch for the students and their parents. This year, speech and OT were asked to help create centerpieces for the tables- all 20 of them! We recruited the students and decided to use it as a great opportunity for co-treating. We worked on fine motor goals while addressing following directions, oral narratives, and social skills in small groups. We started by making really simple pinecone turkeys- added bonus the whole hallway smelled like cinnamon for days! I couldn't find a picture of exactly what ours looked like but this is pretty similar.
All of these activities created opportunities to talk about attributes (color, size, shape), follow single and multi-step directions, tell stories about Thanksgiving traditions, and practice group/social skills.
In addition to the Thanksgiving centerpieces we created a "thankful" tree on the bulletin board outside of our speech office. We created a big tree out of construction paper and had the students write one thing they are thankful for on leaf cutouts we got at a local teacher's supply store.
While we were making the "thankful tree" I had the students do this fun Thanksgiving scavenger hunt from Teachers Pay Teachers or work on Thanksgiving mad libs for vocabulary. Both of these especially the mad libs, turned out to be really fun to post on the bulletin board too!