Archive | January, 2016

February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

You’ll LOVE using our themed materials and ideas in your sessions this month! This month we have two great themes. The first half of February our theme will be Valentine’s Day. The second half of the month our theme will be Synonyms. So get ready for Valentine’s Day and add to your SLP toolbox with […]

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Antonym Dominoes – Word Level Hard

Antonym Dominoes - Word Level Hard

Looking for some more difficult vocabulary practice for your older students? This dominoes game is a fun way to get them a lot of practice with 10 harder antonym pairs. The game rules are included below, but you can let your students match up pairs in a non-competitive way as well. The goal is for […]

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Antonym Dominoes – Word Level Easy

Antonym Dominoes - Word Level Easy

These antonym dominoes give students a lot of practice for each set of words. There are 10 easy level antonym pairs used in this game. The game rules are included below, but feel free to let your students match up pairs in a non-competitive way as well. The goal is for them to have fun […]

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Rhyming Antonym Pairs

24 Rhyming Antonym Pairs

Monday, January 25, 2016 is Opposite Day! Want to know how to make working on antonyms actually fun? Make it a rhyming “rapping” activity! Student enthusiasm grows just by adding this little extra element. Here’s an example of rhyming antonym pairs…”I say after. You say ___. I say less. You say ___.” You can pick […]

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Cotton Ball Snowman Activity with FREE Printable

Cotton Ball Snowman Therapy Activity with FREE Printable

Here’s a quick and easy reinforcement activity for your students! All you need is the FREE printable, cotton balls, and glue…super simple! Just give each of your students a snowman printout and have them earn a cotton ball each time they complete a speech or language task. You can let them glue them on as […]

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Pom Pom and Mitten Matching Activities

Pom Pom & Mitten Matching Activity

These simple activities can be used with younger students for basic skills such as color or number matching or with older students as a reinforcement for their speech and language practice. What you need: pom poms in a variety of colors paper in colors that match the pom poms pencil scissors What to do: Draw […]

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