Archive | September, 2016

Falling Leaves Game

Falling Leaves Game

This fall themed game can be used to work on almost any speech or language goal with individuals or groups. How versatile is that?! It also only requires a die, the printable materials included here, and whatever stimuli you are going to use. The object of the game is to collect ten leaves from the […]

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Celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

International Talk Like a Pirate Day

Ahoy, Matey!  International Talk Like a Pirate Day is September 19th.  Celebrate with our pirate themed speech and language therapy materials. Our ready-to-use materials will save you a boat load of preparation time! Related Materials: Pirates Theme – Basic Set (23 pages of ideas and printable materials) Treasure Hunt Game Boards for L Sound Treasure […]

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Treasure Hunt Game Boards for L Sound

Treasure Hunt Game Boards for L Sound

A pirate theme can be so fun! With these game boards and our other related materials, you’ll have a boat load of printables to use with your students. Your students who are working on /l/ can go from the map to the treasure chest by following the /l/ pictures.  There are three separate game boards […]

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Combining Sentences Without “And” – Pizza Theme

Combining Sentences Without "And" - Pizza Theme

Combining sentences without using the word “and” can be challenging for students until they have been explicitly taught how to do it. These pizza themed sentences give your students practice combining sentences by adding an adjective from one sentence to the other sentence. Take these two sentences as an example: The girl is little. The […]

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Combining Sentences Using “And” – Pizza Theme

Combining Sentences Using “And” - Pizza Theme

Teaching our students to combine short, simple sentences into sentences with compound subjects and predicates can improve their writing. It’s a simple skill that sometimes just needs to be taught to them. Take these two sentences as an example: Tom ate the pizza. Tom ate the breadsticks. They can be combined by getting rid of […]

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4 Activities for Getting to Know Your Students

4 Activities for Getting to Know Your Students

There are many fun ways to get to know your students and help them learn about each other too! These ideas are all based on the students providing information about themselves, based on the topics that you give. Besides getting to know more about your students, it’s a great way to hear their conversational speech. […]

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