Archive | January, 2013

Take Aim Snowball Game – Free Printable!

Take Aim Snowball Game

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: […]

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Snowman Language Activity for Neither, Either, and Both

Snowman Language Activity for Either, Neither, 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 […]

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Language Worksheet for Using Correct Capitalization

Language Worksheet for Using Correct Capitalization

When your students can identify and fix errors in capitalization, they may be ready to write their own sentences following the rules for capitalization.  This worksheet contains prompts that guide students into writing sentences about topics that require capitalized words.  For example, “Write a sentence about your favorite holiday” leads students to write the name […]

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Capitalization Fix-up Worksheet – Winter Theme

Capitalization Fix-up Worksheet - Winter Themed Sentences

“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 […]

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Identifying Words to Capitalize – Pre-test and Post-test

Capitalization Pre-test and Post-test

Before addressing rules for capitalization, see what your students already know!  The included pre-test has a list of 20 words (10 of which should be capitalized).  Students circle the words they think should be capitalized.  Scoring is quick and easy, and an answer sheet is provided.  There are two pre-tests per page to reduce paper […]

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Playing Cards for Final L Sound

Speech Games - Picture Cards Final L Sound

These 16 playing cards with pictures are great for using as stimuli in a variety of games and activities.  Print multiple copies and play: Speech Games Memory matching games (Print 2 copies.) “Go Fish” (Print 2 or 4 copies, depending on how many players you have.) “War” (Print 4 copies and have the students say […]

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