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Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Stopping

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Stopping

Helping students discriminate between minimally contrasting words is important when correcting phonological processing disorders.  These minimal contrast pair picture cards can be used when working with children who stop /s/ and produce /t/ instead. There are 8 picture pairs for the initial position and 8 pairs for the final position. They are available in both […]

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Cluster Reduction

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Cluster Reduction

Being able to discriminate between minimal contrast words with consonant clusters and those with the cluster reduced to a single consonant is critical when correcting this phonological processing disorder.  Have these minimal contrast pair picture cards in your therapy bag and be ready when you need them! This file includes picture cards in both color […]

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 […]

Springtime Idiom Cards

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 […]

Springtime Analogy Cards

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 […]

Springtime Game Board

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 […]

Pick a Flower Therapy Activity

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 […]

Colorful Egg Games

Colorful Egg Games

There are so many skills that can be targeted with these 18 colorful eggs including describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions, as well as asking and answering questions.  Check out all of the different games and activities you can do with them. Describing, Comparing, and Contrasting: Since the colors of the egg, dots, and stripe […]

Who Has…? Game Cards for Spring Vocabulary

Who Has…? Game Cards for Spring Vocabulary

This game is a quick, fun way to talk about words related to spring.  Students LOVE this game and stay focused knowing that their card could be the next answer.  Each card has an answer (e.g., I have an umbrella.) and then a question (e.g., Who has an animal that flies and makes honey?).  The […]

Spring Tic-Tac-Toe Reinforcement for Therapy

Spring Tic-Tac-Toe Reinforcement for Therapy

Here’s a fun reinforcement activity that can be used with students of almost any age.  It’s tic-tac-toe – spring style! What to do: If playing with a group, divide the students into pairs.  If there’s an odd number, you can play to even out the teams. Print out a game page for each pair.  Cut […]

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Planting a Flower Sequencing Activity

Practice basic sequencing skills with these 6 step picture cards.  Use the finished sequence to practice basic expository writing skills or working on temporal sequencing words such as “before” and “after”.  Included are instructions, 6 pictures, and a blank sequencing page. These pages can also be found as part of the Gardening & Plants Theme […]

Easter Bunny Activity with Free Printable

Easter Bunny Activity with Free Printable

Here is a simple and versatile activity for Easter or springtime sessions. What you need (for each student): bunny scene printable 10 cotton balls glue crayons (optional) What to do: Give the student a cotton ball each time he/she answers a question or practices a sound, until all ten cotton balls are earned. Then let […]

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