Archive | April, 2012

Baseball Cards for Number Matching Sequencing & Comparing

Baseball Cards for Number Matching, Sequencing, and Comparing

These baseball cards are great for working on a variety of number-based skills.  Students can practice counting objects and matching the amount to the correct number, sequencing numbers, and comparing amounts with “more than” and “less than”. There are many language concepts in math and the skills you can address with these cards help provide […]

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Picture Bingo for Rhyming

Picture Bingo for Rhyming

These colorful pictures make it fun to practice identifying words that rhyme! Two levels of play (3×3 boards and 4×4 boards) are available for our members. Each of these levels includes six bingo boards and a page of calling cards. The materials provided can be used in a few different ways. Bingo Play bingo by saying […]

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Language Worksheet and Group Activity for Always, Sometimes, and Never

Language Worksheet and Activity for Always, Sometimes, Never

Working on “always”, “sometimes”, and “never” can be tricky if your students have limited background knowledge about certain topics.  For example, if your students are unfamiliar with earth-space science, they may not be able to accurately answer whether the planets always, sometimes, or never orbit the sun.  It’s for this reason that I’ve made a […]

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Caterpillar Language Activity for Neither, Either, and Both

Caterpillar Language Activity for Neither, Either, and Both

Some language impaired students need direct, specific instruction for learning concepts such as “neither”, “either”, and “both”.  Use this cute caterpillar activity to 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 front of him.  […]

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Identifying Subjects, Verbs, and Prepositional Phrases

Identifying Subjects, Verbs, and Prepositional Phrases

Working on parts of speech may seem like something that should happen in the classroom, not in language therapy.  But consider that metalinguistics, an awareness of the rules of language, is critical for language development.  And it’s not surprising that students with language impairments often have poor metalinguistic skills. I have found that while all […]

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