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Synonym Game Board – Level 3

Synonym Game Board – Level 3

Here’s another print-and-play game board for your students that are working on synonyms. Easy for you and fun for them! Your students will go on a dizzying flight as Buzzy the Bee searches for a flower. To play, have the students name a synonym for the word on their space, roll a die, and then move that […]

Synonym Game Board – Level 2

Synonym Game Board – Level 2

Print-and-play game boards make therapy fun for your students and quick and easy for you! This game board takes your students on a winding path as Scurry the Mouse tries to find some cheese. To play, have the students name a synonym for the word on their space, roll a die, and then move that number of […]

Synonym Game Board – Level 1

Synonym Game Board – Level 1

Knowing a variety of synonyms can be important for your students who are working on increasing their vocabularies. This print-and-play game board is a fun way to practice naming synonyms. For a variety of other printables that use these level 1 words or for more difficult level 2 and level 3 synonyms, see the related materials […]

Cluster Reduction Sentence Fill-Ins

Cluster Reduction Sentence Fill-Ins

This interactive activity is a wonderful way to work on eliminating cluster reductions. The picture for the word that completes the sentence (the target word) is first picked from two choices, indicating an awareness of the difference in meaning between the two minimal contrast pair words.  Next the student places the picture into the sentence […]

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? Activity for Teaching Onomatopoeia

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? Activity for Teaching Onomatopoeia

Dr. Seuss is known for using zany, creative words in his stories. In Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?, Dr. Seuss opens our ears to the sounds around us. Besides being fun for your students, you can use this book as a wonderful language learning opportunity that teaches about “onomatopoeia,” a type of figurative language. […]

Synonym Dominoes

Synonym Dominoes

Here’s another game to play with your students to get them a lot of practice with synonym pairs. The synonym dominoes are divided by level (from easy to difficult) and correspond to the other materials available for each level (see links below). You can have your students play competitively as explained below, or you can […]

Who Has…? Game Cards for Synonyms

Who Has…? Game Cards for Synonyms

Here’s a great way to practice and check your students’ ability to identify synonyms. Mix up and pass out the cards to your students. Each of the game cards has an answer (e.g., I have huge.) and then a question (e.g., Who has a synonym for nice?).  A student reads the question at the bottom […]

Name It – Synonyms

Name It – Synonyms

If you are looking for a challenging vocabulary game for your older students, this may be just what you need! This game has students thinking of as many synonyms as possible for each word given. The higher the vocabulary level of the word they come up with, the more points they get! The students can […]

February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

You’ll LOVE using our themed materials and ideas in your sessions this month! This month we have two great themes. The first half of February our theme will be Valentine’s Day. The second half of the month our theme will be Synonyms. So get ready for Valentine’s Day and add to your SLP toolbox with […]

Antonym Pairs for Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

Antonym Pairs for Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

Include these antonym match-up cards in your celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday!  With three levels of words to choose from, you can use these cards with young readers through middle school students.  Each card includes the level number in the upper right hand corner. Ways to use the cards: Lay the eggs and ham cards […]

The Great Popcorn Race Game

The Great Popcorn Race Game

It’s time for The Great Popcorn Race! Use the game board with the language cards included or with the speech sound popcorn pieces linked below. 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 players move forward […]

Opposite Matching from The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Opposite Matching from The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss forever changed children’s literature by making it fun and lively.  Keep your sessions fun and full of learning with this activity based on Dr. Seuss’s The Foot Book.  The Foot Book is full of early opposites such as wet/dry and morning/night. Use these printable feet with the opposite pairs found in Dr. Seuss’s […]

Dr. Seuss Rhyming Cards for One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

Dr. Seuss Rhyming Cards for One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

Celebrate Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss made reading fun and fanciful for kids of all ages with imaginative creatures and nonsensical words.  Celebrate his birthday on March 2nd with activities based on his books and/or writing style. Dr. Seuss books are known for their rhythm, rhyme, and nonsense words.  You can use them to work on […]

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Synonym Game Board - Level 3

Here’s another print-and-play game board for your students that are working on synonyms. Easy for you and fun for them! Your students will go on a dizzying flight as Buzzy the Bee searches for a flower. To play, have the students name a synonym for the word on their space, roll a die, and then move that [...]

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Synonym Game Board - Level 2

Print-and-play game boards make therapy fun for your students and quick and easy for you! This game board takes your students on a winding path as Scurry the Mouse tries to find some cheese. To play, have the students name a synonym for the word on their space, roll a die, and then move that number of [...]

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Synonym Game Board - Level 1

Knowing a variety of synonyms can be important for your students who are working on increasing their vocabularies. This print-and-play game board is a fun way to practice naming synonyms. For a variety of other printables that use these level 1 words or for more difficult level 2 and level 3 synonyms, see the related materials [...]

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22 Valentine's Day Therapy Activities and Materials

Valentine’s Day is here already! If you need some ideas or materials that are ready to print and use, check out our Valentine’s themed posts. Click here to view the 22 Valentine’s Day therapy activities and materials!

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Valentine's Day Articulation Reinforcement Pages

Use these no prep, print-and-go pages with your students who are working on /l/, /r/, “er,” “th,” and /k/ at the word level. Use them with a group by letting students color a picture after each of their turns or send them home for practice. Each page has 10 words, which makes it easier for [...]

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Love Bug Magnet Therapy Craft

Ready for some cute Valentine’s Day therapy crafts? Here are a couple of ideas for you to use as reinforcement activities for your speech and language therapy groups. As with most crafts, they are also great for practicing fine motor skills. There are many different types of love bugs that your students can create. Here [...]

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