The link for the cupcakes can be found here.
I wasn't exactly sure of the best way to recreate this on paper, so my kids and I had a lot of fun trying out a couple different techniques at home.
We used washable paints and a mini round sponge for this one...
...then tried painting with pencil erasers...
...and then some Angry Birds done with Q-tips...
After trying all three, I decided that Q-tips were the easiest; and they're disposable so there's not too much to clean up.
I'm excited to try this during therapy sessions, and thought of a few different ways to use it with my clients:
1. As a reinforcer - after five trials of a sound, word, or sentence, the child can add five dots
2. Following Directions/Sequencing - "Make three brown dots, then two blue dots" etc.
3. Location Concepts/Prepositions - under, above, next to, left, right, top, bottom, "put brown under blue, blue goes next to yellow"
I know there are tons of ways to incorporate this into speech and language sessions. Let me know how you use it!