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Go Together Picture Cards for All Seasons

Go Together Picture Cards for All Seasons

Using word association picture cards or “go togethers” are a great way to work on semantic relationships.  Younger students can work on matching the picture cards with their pairs, while older students can practice describing the relationship between the two words.  You can use this year-round with the four seasonal mats (Winter, Spring, Summer, and […]

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Final Consonant Deletion

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Final Consonant Deletion

Being able to discriminate between minimal contrast words with final consonants and those with the final consonant deleted is a critical skill in correcting this phonological processing disorder.  These minimal contrast pair picture cards are great to have in your therapy tool bag when working on this skill! This file includes 18 pairs of minimal […]

Winter Sound Sentences for K and G Sounds

Winter Sound Sentences for K and G Sounds

Are you looking for practice sentences for /k, g/? Look no further!  These winter-themed sentences are great for working on these sounds in all positions. Each of the 20 cards has a winter related sentence that contains 3 to 5 /k, g/ sounds. The number of sounds in the sentence is indicated on the card, […]

Winter Sentences for S and Z Sounds

Winter Sentences for S and Z Sounds

Do you have students working on /s, z/ sounds in sentences? These sentences are great for working on these sounds in all positions at the sentence level. Each of the 20 cards has a winter related sentence that contains 3 to 6 /s, z/ sounds. The number of sounds in the sentence is indicated on […]

Winter Sentences for R Sounds

Winter Sentences for R Sounds

Do you have students working on “r” sounds in sentences? These sentences are great for working on “r” sounds in all positions at the sentence level. Each of the 20 cards has a winter related sentence that contains 3 to 6 “r” sounds. The number of sounds in the sentence is indicated on the card, […]

Winter Sentences for L Sound

Winter Sentences for L Sound

Need /l/ sound sentences? Look no further! These sentences are great for working on /l/ in all positions at the sentence level. Each of the 20 cards has a winter related sentence that contains 3 to 5 /l/ sounds. The number of sounds in the sentence is indicated on the card, which can be used […]

Combining Adjectives in Winter Sentences

Combining Adjectives in Winter Sentences

There are two different ways of combining adjectives from sentences that are included in this set of materials.  The first way allows the use of the word “and,” while the second way does not.  The ability to combine sentences without using the word “and” is something that my students with language impairments often struggle with […]

Combining Verbs in Winter Sentences

Combining Verbs in Winter Sentences

Help your students combine two sentences into one concise sentence by getting rid of the redundant subject and by combining the verbs.  The cut-apart sentence pieces help students physically manipulate sentences parts.  The worksheet can be used as a pre-test and post-test by cutting it in half, or it can be used for practice writing […]

Combining Direct Objects in Winter Sentences

Combining Direct Objects in Winter Sentences

This set of materials focuses on combining direct objects in winter sentences.  By combining two basic sentences into one concise sentence, students become aware of sentence structure and sentence quality.  This can be then be carried over to their own writing and editing skills. Students can use the sentence pieces to identify and remove the […]

Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Do you need some hands-on materials to help your students write better sentences?  I’ve found that my students with language impairments typically produce very basic sentences that do not include compound subjects, compound verbs, or complex sentence structures.  This affects the quality of their writing in all areas and school subjects.  These materials can help!  […]

Winter Rhyming Activity with Picture Cards

Winter Rhyming Activity with Picture Cards

What rhyming words will you find in the snow? This finish-the-sentence activity can be used to work on receptive or expressive rhyming skills.  Students can choose pictures of rhyming words or fill in the blanks without choices.  There are 25 sentences, such as “In the snow, I found a hat and a ___,” an answer […]

Take Aim Snowball Game – Free Printable!

Take Aim Snowball Game – Free Printable!

Tossing “snowballs” for points?  How much more fun can cold weather be?!  Encourage your students to earn as many “snowballs” as possible by answering questions or practicing their sounds.  Then take a couple of minutes for some reinforcement fun! What you need: 6 paper plates cotton balls snowmen printout tape or glue What to do: […]

Snowman Language Activity for Neither, Either, and Both

Snowman Language Activity for Neither, Either, and Both

Some language impaired students need direct, specific instruction for learning concepts such as “neither”, “either”, and “both”.  This winter you can let this snowman activity help teach and reinforce the meanings of these terms. How to use the materials After reading a card or rebus sentence, your student puts the two food items listed in […]

Capitalization Fix-up Worksheet – Winter Theme

Capitalization Fix-up Worksheet – Winter Theme

“Fix-ups” are a great way to have students identify and correct written errors, which can then carry-over to editing their own writing.  These winter themed fix-ups focus only on capitalization errors.  You can print copies of this language therapy worksheet for individual work or write the sentences on a board for a group activity. When […]

Snowman Building Card Game

Snowman Building Card Game

Are you looking for a game that can keep your students engaged while working on a wide range of skills?  Try out this winter card collecting game that even had my eighth graders giggling (and that’s saying something)! Versatile This game can be used in almost any therapy group because the students take their turns […]

Snowman Match-Up Activity

Snowman Match-Up Activity

Students match up pieces of snowmen that go together with this wintry activity.  Included are six snowmen with winter categories, six snowmen with math vocabulary words, and a page of blank snowmen that you can customize. You can use them for: synonyms rhyming words words with sounds in certain positions (intial /s/, medial /s/, final/s/) […]

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Snowman Building Worksheet

Snowman Building Worksheet

This winter you can use this worksheet as a great follow-up to the snowman building picture sequencing activity. First students match ordinal words (i.e., first, second, third, etc.) to the steps for building a snowman. On the bottom of the worksheet they choose the phrase that correctly finishes the sentence. For example, “We added the […]

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Combining Verbs in Winter Sentences

Go Together Picture Cards for All Seasons

Using word association picture cards or “go togethers” are a great way to work on semantic relationships.  Younger students can work on matching the picture cards with their pairs, while older students can practice describing the relationship between the two words.  You can use this year-round with the four seasonal mats (Winter, Spring, Summer, and [...]

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Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Final Consonant Deletion

Being able to discriminate between minimal contrast words with final consonants and those with the final consonant deleted is a critical skill in correcting this phonological processing disorder.  These minimal contrast pair picture cards are great to have in your therapy tool bag when working on this skill! This file includes 18 pairs of minimal [...]

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Christmas Game Board with "Wh" and "How" Questions

Santa Claus is coming to town!  Here is a new Christmas-themed game board for you to use with your students.  While it can be used with any stimuli, I’ve included 80 Christmas related questions.  They include: 25 “What” questions 15 “Where” questions 10 “Who” questions 10 “When” questions 10 “Why” questions 10 “How” questions On [...]

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Christmas Rhyming Riddles

Get your students thinking about Christmas words with these rhyming riddles.  The target vocabulary words are basic and can be used with most school-aged language groups.  Included are 20 riddles presented in two different formats (game cards and worksheets), 20 color picture cards, and an answer sheet. UPDATED!  These Christmas themed rhyming riddles now have color [...]

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Elf Emotions

Use these elves to help your students answer Christmas themed “How would you feel if…” questions.  Students can identify the elf that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many of the questions, more than one feeling could be considered appropriate.  For example, “How would [...]

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Pumpkin Pie Synonym Match-Up Activity

This pumpkin pie printable is perfect for Thanksgiving therapy sessions!  While doing this hands-on activity, students can practice matching these Thanksgiving-themed synonym pairs.  You can also use the blank pies for a wide range of other matching games or as a reinforcement activity. How to use: Cut out the pumpkin pie slices (orange colored pieces). [...]

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