Archive | February, 2015

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Cluster Reduction

Mimimal Contrast Picture Cards for Cluster Reduction

Being able to discriminate between minimal contrast words with consonant clusters and those with the cluster reduced to a single consonant is critical when correcting this phonological processing disorder.  Have these minimal contrast pair picture cards in your therapy bag and be ready when you need them! This file includes picture cards in both color […]

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Valentine’s Day Speech Hearts

100 Valentine's Day Speech Hearts

If you want Valentine’s Day themed words for your speech therapy students, look no further!  Here are 100 cards with speech sound words on hearts that can be used as stimuli for most of your Valentine’s Day activities. They include words with the following sounds in various positions: 10 cards for /p, b/ 10 cards […]

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Conversation Hearts for Pragmatics

Conversation Hearts for Pragmatics

With these conversation hearts, your students can practice discriminating the social appropriateness of messages for different audiences.  There are 50 conversation heart messages and 10 blank hearts for you to customize with your own messages.  There are also cards and sorting mats included for 3 possible recipients (i.e., Valentine, teacher, and mother). Ideas for Use: […]

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Red in Your Head Vocabulary Clue Cards

Red in Your Head Vocabulary Clue Cards

Here is another great Valentine’s Day activity to work on semantics and word finding goals.  With the Red in Your Head cards, all of the definitions are for words that rhyme with “red” (e.g., a thin, twisted fiber used for sewing = thread).  The definitions and words are presented on cards, which can be used […]

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Think Pink Vocabulary Clue Cards

Think Pink Vocabulary Clue Cards

With Valentine’s Day approaching, pink is starting to show up everywhere!  Get some semantics and word finding goals worked on while your students “think pink”.  Each definition goes with a word that rhymes with “pink” (e.g., one piece of a chain = link).  The definitions and words are presented on cards, which can be used […]

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Valentine’s Day Figurative Language Cards and Worksheets

30 Valentine's Day Idioms

There are many idioms based on the words “heart” and “love” that are used year-round, but February is a perfect time to work on them!  We’ve got 30 idioms and their meanings presented in two different formats – cards and worksheets.  The card pairs include an idiom and its meaning and can be used in […]

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