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Cookie Crumbles Speech Game for /l/

Cookie Speech Sound Cards for L Sound with 240 Word Cards

This simple, yet fun game uses suspense to keep it interesting! Mixed in with the speech sound cards are broken cookie cards that make students put back all of the cookies they’ve collected. You can use a cookie tin or cookie jar to add to the cookie theme or just place the cards in a […]

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Descriptive Cookie Games

Descriptive Cookie Games

Sugar cookies…YUM! These colorful Christmas-themed sugar cookies are a great way to target describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions, as well as asking and answering questions. Instructions and 60 different cookies are included. Here are some of the different games and activities you can do with them… Describing, Comparing, and Contrasting: Use these decorated sugar […]

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Start a Farm Describing Activity

Start a Farm Describing Activity

This farm themed activity is a great way to get your students describing animals with specificity. They begin with barn place mats and then take turns “starting their farms” by requesting animals based on their features. The differences in the animals are based on the colors of their body parts, such as turkeys with different […]

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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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Synonym Dominoes

Synonym Dominoes - Includes 3 Word Levels

Here’s another game to play with your students to get them a lot of practice with synonym pairs. The synonym dominoes are divided by level (from easy to difficult) and correspond to the other materials available for each level (see links below). You can have your students play competitively as explained below, or you can […]

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Who Has…? Game Cards for Synonyms

Who Has...? Game Cards for Synonyms

Here’s a great way to practice and check your students’ ability to identify synonyms. Mix up and pass out the cards to your students. Each of the game cards has an answer (e.g., I have huge.) and then a question (e.g., Who has a synonym for nice?).  A student reads the question at the bottom […]

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