Archive | December, 2013

Christmas Tree Paper Plate Craft

Paper Plate Christmas Tree

This cute, inexpensive Christmas tree craft can be used in a variety of ways in your therapy sessions, such as ordering by size, sequencing, and following directions.  You can also use it as a reinforcement activity by rewarding students with tree pieces or by letting them add an ornament for each turn. What you need: […]

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Winter Rhyming Activity with Picture Cards

Winter Rhyming Activity with Picture Cards

What rhyming words will you find in the snow? This finish-the-sentence activity can be used to work on receptive or expressive rhyming skills.  Students can choose pictures of rhyming words or fill in the blanks without choices.  There are 25 sentences, such as “In the snow, I found a hat and a ___,” an answer […]

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Mustache Match-Up for Antonyms

Mustache Match-Up for Antonyms

These match-up cards are a fun, hands-on way for your students to practice and demonstrate receptive vocabulary skills.  Just print out the cards, cut them apart, and cut the mustaches in half.  You can cut around the mustaches or simply cut the cards apart.  This printable therapy material includes 30 antonym pairs. You can use […]

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