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“Little Red Hen” Story and Related Materials

"Little Red Hen" Story and Related Materials

Using books and stories in your sessions is a fantastic way to tie in a wide variety of language skills. The “Little Red Hen” is a classic story that goes great with a farm themed unit. Materials Include: a short, printable storybook that can be printed on the front and back of one page and […]

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Football Feelings

Football Feelings

These football feeling cards will put a smile on your face because you won’t need to spend hours preparing for therapy! Work on basic emotions with these football themed situations.  Students can use the happy, sad, and mad face pictures to identify the emotion that best corresponds to the situation and then, if able, explain […]

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Cat Preposition Picture Cards

Cat Preposition Picture Cards

Let Carl the cat help your students identify and name basic prepositions!  Each of these 18 picture cards features Carl in a position relative to an object (e.g., on a chair).  You can also use them to practice answer “where” questions.  The prepositions used are: in on under behind in front of next to For […]

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Christmas Game Board with “Wh” and “How” Questions

Christmas Game Board with "WH" and "How" Questions

Santa Claus is coming to town!  Here is a new Christmas-themed game board for you to use with your students.  While it can be used with any stimuli, I’ve included 80 Christmas related questions.  They include: 25 “What” questions 15 “Where” questions 10 “Who” questions 10 “When” questions 10 “Why” questions 10 “How” questions On […]

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Elf Emotions

Elf Emotion Cards

Use these elves to help your students answer Christmas themed “How would you feel if…” questions.  Students can identify the elf that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many of the questions, more than one feeling could be considered appropriate.  For example, “How would […]

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Jack-O-Lantern Feelings

"How Would You Feel..." Questions & Jack-O-Lantern Feeling Cards

Use these cute jack-o-lanterns to help your students answer Halloween themed “How would you feel if…” questions.  Students can identify the jack-o-lantern that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many of the questions, more than one feeling could be considered appropriate.  For example, “How […]

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