Archive | April, 2016

Comparing with Spring Animals

Comparing with Spring Animals

Springtime animals are ready to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These pages are perfect for working on “bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest” for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first page has three sets of three different sized animals. For a receptive task, have the student point to the animal that you […]

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Feed a Frog Therapy Idea

Feed a Frog Therapy Idea

This quick and easy-to-make frog container is a cute way to get your students motivated to practice their speech and language skills. Your students will be eager to feed him their speech and language cards or plastic flies! What you need: a clean, plastic container with a lid that opens a little more than halfway, […]

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Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Articulation

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Articulation

It’s springtime, which means I want to be outside as much as possible! Don’t you just feel like the outdoors are calling you (and your students) to go exploring? Next time you’re given an opportunity, take your students outside for a scavenger hunt! They’ll love it, and you’ll all see things you don’t normally notice. […]

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Spring Card Game for Naming Skills

Spring Card Game for Naming Skills

It’s time for some quick thinking! See if your students can name enough items in these spring categories to earn all of their points. If they don’t, the other team might steal them! This game is quick, portable, and fun! The students can play as individuals or teams, and all you need are the game […]

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Build a Bug Reinforcement Activity

Build a Bug Reinforcement Activity

I love finding easy and fun therapy activities to share with you, so when I saw this idea on Pinterest, I knew I had to let you know about it. It’s easy for little ones, but can also be used with older students. Plus, it’s an adaptable and easy craft that can be used as […]

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Spring “Who,” “What,” “When,” “Where,” “Why,” and “How” Questions

60 Spring "Who," "What," "When," "Where," "Why," and "How" Questions

It’s springtime! With falling rain, blooming flowers, fun picnics, and baby animals, there are so many spring topics you can discuss with your students. These spring themed “wh” and “how” question cards can be randomly picked and answered or used with a general game board. They include: 10 “Who” questions 20 “What” questions 10 “When” […]

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