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St. Patrick’s Day Syllable Count

St. Patrick’s Day Syllable Count

Get ready to tap and clap the syllables for St. Patrick’s Day words with these worksheets! The students or you (for non-readers) read the words and then the students tap out the syllables and color in the picture for the correct number of syllables. For example, “leprechaun” has three syllables, so the shamrock with the […]

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Rhyming Antonym Pairs

24 Rhyming Antonym Pairs

Monday, January 25, 2016 is Opposite Day! Want to know how to make working on antonyms actually fun? Make it a rhyming “rapping” activity! Student enthusiasm grows just by adding this little extra element. Here’s an example of rhyming antonym pairs…”I say after. You say ___. I say less. You say ___.” You can pick […]

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Cookie Sorting by Sound Position

Cookie Sorting by Sound Position

This printable is a fun, cookie-themed sorting activity that can be used to promote phonemic awareness. You can practice phonemic awareness to help with speech articulation or early reading skills. It can be incorporated into your Christmas-themed activities too! In this game, students say the name of the picture on the cookie and determine if the target sound is […]

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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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Matching Initial Sounds – Football Theme

Match Initial Sounds - Football Theme

Becoming aware of sounds is important for both literacy and speech articulation skills.  This football themed therapy material focuses on one of the earliest phonemic awareness skills…the awareness of the initial sound in words. Materials included: Included are 16 football sound cards and 64 picture cards.  Each football card has a letter on it, which […]

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What Goes in My Backpack? – Initial Sound Matching Activity

What Goes in My Backpack? – Initial Sound Matching Activity

Do your young students need practice matching words with the same initial sound?  If so, here is a fun school-themed activity that is completely picture based. Why is this important? Awareness of the sounds in words is important for speech articulation and for literacy. What to do: Place a picture on the star of a […]

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