Archive | October, 2012

Who Has…? Game Cards for Fall Vocabulary

Picture Cards for "Who has...?" Game

Play this fun game with your students to practice level 2 fall vocabulary words.  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 pie.) and then a question (e.g., Who has a figure of a person that scares birds away?).  […]

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Fall Rhyming Picture Pairs

Fall Rhyming Picture Cards

These rhyming picture pairs can be used in a variety of ways to work on identifying rhyme, which is a key skill of phonemic awareness.  Use these pictures in an identification activity or a memory matching game.  One of the pictures in each pair is a fall themed word. Included are 20 picture cards in […]

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Rearranging Sentence Parts – Halloween

Use this hands-on activity to help your students rearrange statements into questions.  Students are able to physically manipulate the sentence parts, giving them a chance to try them in various positions before deciding on an answer.  Included are instructions, four pages of cut-apart sentences, and an answer sheet. The sentences are based on a Halloween […]

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Paper Plate Jack-O-Lantern Activity

Paper Plate Jack-O-Lantern Craft Activity

This therapy idea includes a free printable of the shapes for the eyes, nose, and mouth and does not require a membership! Here’s an easy, adaptable activity for your younger students. Let them add eyes, a nose, and a mouth to their pumpkins while working on shapes or sizes. You can also have them earn […]

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Describing Halloween Words

Describing Halloween Words

Give your students practice describing Halloween words with these worksheets.  You can give them prompting questions, such as “What category is it in?” and “What parts does it have?”, to help them fill it out or use the worksheet as a pretest and go over it using the prompting questions.  There is a worksheet that […]

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Carving a Pumpkin – Without the Mess!

Craft Pumpkin Carving

Ahh, carving a real pumpkin… what a wonderful and awful experience.  I have to admit that it’s a love/hate sort of thing for me.  I love all of the wonderful language skills you can address with this activity such as vocabulary, sequencing, and answering questions. So, what’s to hate?  It’s such a mess!!!  Now before […]

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