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Turtle Game Board

turtle game board

Help the turtles get to the water quickly! This game board can be used with any stimuli. It can also be found as part of the Vocalic “R” Sounds Basic Set.

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Vocalic “R” – Basic Set

Vocalic "R" - Basic Set

This basic set includes: Ideas and instructions for the enclosed materials Picture cards for medial and final “er” and “ar” (60) Picture cards for “or” and “air” (30) Connect games for medial “er”, final “er”, medial “ar”, medial “or”, medial “air”, and   medial and final “ear” combined (6) Turtle game board “er” food word cards […]

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Comparatives with Fish and Jellyfish

Comparatives with Fish and Jellyfish

These pictures can be used to work on receptive and expressive comparatives (e.g., biggest, smallest) with your students.  Print out the page with the different sized fish and jellyfish. Cover up half of the page or fold it in half. Have the student point to the fish that you indicate (e.g., the smallest, the largest, the […]

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Word Root Meanings – Beach Theme

Have the students look up the meanings for the beach related word roots. Then brainstorm other words that contain the roots.  A sample answer sheet has been provided.  This can also be found in the Beach Theme Basic Set.

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Fix-up Worksheet – Beach Theme

10 Fix-up Sentences with a Beach Theme

“Fix-ups” help students learn to identify and correct written errors, which can then carry-over to editing their own writing.  These beach themed fix-ups work on capitalization, punctuation, and possessive “s” errors.  This worksheet includes 10 sentences.  It can also be found as part of the Beach Theme Basic Set.

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Seashell Color Activities

These color seashells can be used for working on color matching, color naming and same vs. different.  Start by printing the colored seashells and cutting them apart. Laminate them if you can. For Color Matching: Place one of each color seashell in front of the student.  Show the student a colored seashell and see if […]

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