Archive | October, 2015

Candy Corn Reinforcement Activity with FREE Printable Pattern

Candy Corn Reinforcement Craft

This colorful candy corn activity is good for younger students as well as some of those hard-to-please older students.  It’s easy to grab the few supplies needed and be ready for some Halloween fun! What you need: candy corn pattern for each student, printed and cut apart (on card stock, if possible) See below for […]

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Halloween Articulation Bingo

Halloween Articulation Bingo

Working on articulation doesn’t have to be spooky! You can save precious planning time by printing out these Halloween themed bingo boards for your students working on articulation at the word and sentence level.  Because they are typed words and not pictures, these work best with students who can read or who can at least […]

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Football Flick Reinforcement Game

Football Flick

I’m bringing back a classic from my childhood with this game! With simple materials, you can have some field goal fun with your students to reinforce the effort they’ve made during their therapy session. What else is great about this game?  It’s portable, uses fine motor skills, and doesn’t need batteries! What you need: 4 […]

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Matching Initial Sounds – Football Theme

Match Initial Sounds - Football Theme

Becoming aware of sounds is important for both literacy and speech articulation skills.  This football themed therapy material focuses on one of the earliest phonemic awareness skills…the awareness of the initial sound in words. Materials included: Included are 16 football sound cards and 64 picture cards.  Each football card has a letter on it, which […]

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Popcorn Pitch – A Food Fight Therapy Activity

Popcorn Pitch - A Food Fight Therapy Activity

Food fight!!  Okay, not really, but throwing paper popcorn is still loads of fun! This therapy activity is a great way to reward students after they have worked hard. They’ll want to earn as much “popcorn” as possible, which makes them eager to produce as many targeted responses as possible.  You can use this activity […]

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Fact or Opinion Popcorn Cards

Fact or Opinion Popcorn Cards

Do your students need extra practice discriminating between facts and opinions? Using these cards that contain statements about popcorn, you can work with your students on the differences between facts and opinions.  There are 30 cards with statements (15 facts and 15 opinions) and large fact and opinion cards. Uses: Use the statement cards as […]

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