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Halloween Speech Set

Halloween Speech Set

This Halloween Speech Set includes 58 pages of articulation materials with 160 speech sound cards and 7 Bingo sound sets all in one download. Members can just click and print! You can choose from either color or black and white versions. Here’s what’s included: Halloween Speech Sound Cards (9 pages) 20 /s/ words 20 /l/ […]

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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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Candy Corn Reinforcement Activity with FREE Printable Pattern

Candy Corn Reinforcement Craft

This colorful candy corn activity is good for younger students as well as some of those hard-to-please older students.  It’s easy to grab the few supplies needed and be ready for some Halloween fun! What you need: candy corn pattern for each student, printed and cut apart (on card stock, if possible) See below for […]

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Halloween Articulation Bingo

Halloween Articulation Bingo

Working on articulation doesn’t have to be spooky! You can save precious planning time by printing out these Halloween themed bingo boards for your students working on articulation at the word and sentence level.  Because they are typed words and not pictures, these work best with students who can read or who can at least […]

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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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Halloween Reinforcement Cards

Halloween Reinforcement Cards

These simple Halloween reinforcement cards can be used for a variety of speech and language games. There are five pages of candy corn pictures, one page of ghost pictures, and a printable page of the ideas for using them. Ideas for use: Articulation – Mix the cards up and place them upside down in a […]

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