Archive | April, 2013

Picture Boards and Direction Following for L Sound

Picture Boards and Direction Following for L Sound

This activity combines articulation practice and basic language skills.  It keeps students thinking while giving them multiple opportunities to practice their target sound on each turn.  It can also be sent home as a home program activity. Included are pictures boards and directions for /l/ in initial, medial, and final positions of words.  They are […]

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Baseball Theme Antonym Word Cards

Baseball Theme Antonym Word Cards

Play ball!  Use these baseball themed cards for working on antonyms with your students.  One word of the antonym pair is on a card with a baseball, and its match is on a card with a baseball glove image – perfect for matching or memory game activities! The antonyms are divided into Level 1 and […]

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Easy Color Matching & Sorting Activity

Fruit Rings Cereal Sorting Activity

Learning to identify and name colors are very basic but critical skills for preschoolers.  And they can be fun to work on too!  Just remember that when you’re teaching colors, receptive skills should be worked on first (i.e., matching and sorting colors should come before naming colors).  I recommend starting with two colors at a […]

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Ladybug Cards for Number Matching & Sequencing

Ladybug Number Matching

These ladybug and leaf cards are great for working on a variety of number-based skills.  Students count the dots on a ladybug and match it to the leaf with the correct number.  They can also sequence the leaf and ladybug numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least. This printable includes 10 ladybugs and […]

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