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Leprechaun Preposition Picture Cards

Leprechaun Preposition Picture Cards

Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, these picture cards make finding “Lucky the Leprechaun” a great way to work on prepositions, receptively or expressively! The prepositions used are: in on under behind in front of next to Receptive Language: Place the pictures that have the Lucky with the same object (e.g., the tree) in front of […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Articulation Reinforcement Pages

St. Patrick's Day Articulation Reinforcement Pages

Use these no prep, print and go pages with your students who are working on /s/, “ch,” /l/, and voiceless “th” at the word level. The /s/, “ch,” and /l/ pages have pictures for the target words to help those students who are not yet strong readers. Use these pages with a group by letting […]

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Irregular Past Tense Verbs for St. Patrick’s Day

Irregular Past Tense Verbs for St. Patrick's Day

Practice irregular past tense verbs with your students with these St. Patrick’s Day sentences. There 20 sentences in worksheet and card format where students fill in the blank with the past tense form of the verb in parentheses. If you want, you can use the worksheet as a pretest and post-test and the cards to […]

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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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Fill In the Adjective Sentences for St. Patrick’s Day

15 Fill In Adjective Sentences for St. Patrick's Day

Use this fun (and sometimes silly) game to see how many different adjectives can your students think of. They get practice using adjectives and see how adjectives can change the meaning of a sentence.  This game is great for groups and individuals!  Individual students can play by trying to reach a set goal of how […]

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Fill In the Verb Sentences for St. Patrick’s Day

Fill In the Verb Sentences for St. Patrick’s Day

Verb variety is the name of this game! How many different verbs can your students think of to complete the sentence appropriately? Find out with this game that is great for groups of any size!  Individual students can also play by trying to reach a set goal of how many different verbs they can come […]

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