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What Goes in My Backpack? – Initial Sound Matching Activity

What Goes in My Backpack? – Initial Sound Matching Activity

Do your young students need practice matching words with the same initial sound?  If so, here is a fun school-themed activity that is completely picture based. Why is this important? Awareness of the sounds in words is important for speech articulation and for literacy. What to do: Place a picture on the star of a […]

Comparing Apples with Comparatives and Superlatives

Comparing Apples with Comparatives and Superlatives

This printable is a great way to check a student’s use of the comparatives and superlatives “bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest”. Each half of the page has 5 sentences to complete using these words. You can use the halves as pre- and post-tests or as worksheets for the students to complete. If the students are […]

Category Sorting – Apple Theme

Category Sorting – Apple Theme

This hands-on activity is a great way for your students to practice categorizing using pictures. There are five apple trees with categories on them and five apples for each tree. Put the trees on the table and then pass out the apples to the students. The students sort the apples to the trees based on […]

Apple Picking Game

Apple Picking Game

This apple picking game is fun, versatile, and easy to prepare.  It can be used with any stimuli, along with a die and the printable materials included here.  Easy as (apple) pie! The object of the game is to collect ten apples from the apple tree.  After completing a speech or language task, the student […]

Teaching Prepositions and Following Directions

Teaching Prepositions and Following Directions

Using this school-themed activity, students practice following directions with prepositions by placing pictures of objects around the printed teacher’s desk.  It can be used with individual students or as a group activity. Three levels of difficulty The easiest level of directions focuses on the understanding of basic prepositions (e.g., on, under, next to).  “Put the […]

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Easy Beginning of the School Year Activity

Easy Beginning of the School Year Activity

Here is a great and easy activity to do the first session with your students, especially if you are just getting to know them.  The only thing you’ll need is a die and something to write on (e.g., dry erase board, piece of paper) that the students can all see.  Write the numbers one through […]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

What Goes in My Backpack? - Initial Sound Matching Activity

Do your young students need practice matching words with the same initial sound?  If so, here is a fun school-themed activity that is completely picture based. Why is this important? Awareness of the sounds in words is important for speech articulation and for literacy. What to do: Place a picture on the star of a [...]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Springtime Idiom Cards

Idioms often need to be taught to students who have difficulty using context to understand them or don’t hear them often. If you need idioms to practice non-literal language with your students, use these cards. They can be used alone or with the Springtime Game Board.  There are 48 idiom cards available for members. Related [...]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Springtime Analogy Cards

Word relationships can be particularly tricky for students with language disorders.  You can use these analogy cards to help them “think through” these relationships.  They can be used alone or with the Springtime Game Board. The cards have analogies that are written out in phrases instead of the usual format to make it easier for [...]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Springtime Game Board

Have some springtime fun with this game! Use the game board with the cards included, the speech sound sentences linked below, or any stimuli cards you may have. Special cards that send players forward or backward are also included and can be mixed in with the other cards if desired. To play the game, the [...]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Pick a Flower Therapy Activity

This therapy activity brings spring flowers right into your room and freshens up your therapy sessions!  It can be used with any speech or language stimuli words, so you can use it with a variety of students and groups.  What you need: flower pot – Plastic is preferable. craft sticks – Wide ones make writing [...]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Prepositions and Following Directions - Picnic Theme

Using this picnic-themed activity, students practice following directions with prepositions by placing pictures of objects around a printed picnic blanket.  It can be used with individual students or as a group activity. Three levels of difficulty The easiest level of directions focuses on the understanding of basic prepositions (e.g., on, under, next to).  “Put the [...]

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