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Pumpkin Carving Worksheet

Pumpkin Carving Worksheet

This worksheet is a great follow-up to the pumpkin carving picture sequencing activity.  First students match ordinal words (i.e., first, second, third, etc.) to the steps for carving a pumpkin.  On the bottom of the worksheet they choose the phrase that correctly finishes the sentence.  For example, “We put the top back on… a.) before […]

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Pumpkin Carving Sequencing Activity

Practice basic sequencing skills with these 6 step picture cards this Halloween!  Explain or demonstrate how to carve a jack-o-lantern, and then have your students use these cards to recreate the sequence. You can use the finished sequence to practice basic expository writing skills or temporal sequencing words such as “before” and “after”.  Included are […]

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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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Snowman Building Sequencing Activity

snowman building sequencing

Practice basic sequencing skills this winter with these 6 step picture cards.  Use the finished sequence to practice basic expository writing skills or temporal sequencing words such as “before” and “after”.  Included are 6 pictures available in color and black and white and a blank sequencing page. These pages can also be found as part of […]

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Time Theme – Basic Set

Time Theme - Basic Set

This basic set includes: Ideas and instructions for the enclosed materials When questions for day vs. night When questions for seasons Calendar scavenger hunt page Page for ordering days of the week and months of the year Worksheet for semantic relationships for days of the week Worksheet for semantic relationships for months of the year […]

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SpongeBob Comes to Speech?

Recently, while talking with a student about his favorite t.v. show, I noticed how many of the characters’ names had his target speech sounds (“r” based sounds) in them. I also noticed that this quiet, hesitant student became excited and involved when we were discussing the show. I knew right then that I had to […]

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