This therapy activity brings spring flowers right into your room and freshens up your therapy sessions! It can be used with any speech or language stimuli words, so you can use it with a variety of students and groups. What you need: flower pot – Plastic is preferable. craft sticks – Wide ones make writing […]
These garden gnomes will be a fun, versatile addition to your spring materials! There are so many different skills that can be targeted with these 18 gnomes including describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions, as well as asking and answering questions. Instructions, 18 different gnomes, and 18 “Find Your Gnome” descriptions (see below) are included. […]
Here’s a fun reinforcement activity that can be used with students of almost any age. It’s tic-tac-toe – spring style! What to do: If playing with a group, divide the students into pairs. If there’s an odd number, you can play to even out the teams. Print out a game page for each pair. Cut […]
This basic set includes: Ideas and instructions for the enclosed materials Orange Squeeze game board (black/white and color versions) Made from match-ups page Where things grow picture cards (10) and sorting page Color sorting fruit and vegetable picture cards (15) Figurative language worksheet Describing using your senses chart Contrasting flowers page Six-step sequencing pictures and […]
These ten sentence pairs are a great way for students to practice combining simple sentences into sentences with compound subjects or predicates by eliminating the redundant words and using the conjunction “and.” This worksheet can also be found as part of the Gardening and Plants Basic Set.
Use this page to follow up discussions about what food products are made from. Students connect corn, apples, wheat, and tomatoes to some of the products that are made from them. This worksheet can also be found as part of the Gardening and Plants Basic Set.