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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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Halloween Language Set

Halloween Language Set

In order to make it even easier for you to get everything you need as quickly as possible, we’ve put together a set of our Halloween printables that focus on language skills in one spot! You can also choose from either color or black and white versions. Here’s what’s included: Candy Corn Synonyms (14 pages […]

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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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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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