Coloring sure is fun for kids, but it can be too time-consuming within speech and language sessions (unless it's carefully structured). However, what if you could use a session to help students create a coloring page that they can complete at home?
You can do exactly that with Crayola Create & Color. This is a super-cool FREE site kids can use to combine Backgrounds, Pictures (i.e. associated or silly items inserted into the background), and word/thought balloons. The process of creating the printable coloring pages is a great context to develop spatial concepts, proposition use (for an App-lication of this type of activity, see Smarty Ears' House of Learning), description and story grammar. Sending the pages home would be a nice opportunity to generalize and further practice skills with parents. How psyched will kids be when they tell their parents they created their own coloring book?