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On the School Bus – Speech and Language Therapy Activity

On the School Bus Speech and Language Therapy Activity

These great, hands-on materials can be used for a wide range of activities for both speech and language skills!  Included are instructions for articulation and following directions activities, a full-page school bus, 20 color pictures of children, 40 color pictures of objects, 8 word strips, and 30 directions to follow. For articulation practice of initial […]

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School Rhyming Riddles

School Rhyming Riddles

Get your students’ brains going with rhyming riddles!  They have to think about the word’s description and it’s rhyming clue, which is a super language activity especially for students with weak vocabularies and/or poor naming abilities.  These school-themed target vocabulary words are basic and can be used with most school-aged language groups. Included are 20 […]

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Guessing Game – School Theme

Guessing Game - School Theme

This school-themed guessing game makes working on vocabulary and reasoning skills fun!  Students try to figure out the vocabulary words with as few clues as possible.  They can play in teams or individually.  A game board is also provided, but the game can be played with just the clue cards if desired.    Included are […]

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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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Teaching Prepositions and Following Directions

Following Directions with Prepositions with Desk, Apple, Rule, and Book

Using this school-themed activity, students practice following directions with prepositions by placing pictures of objects around the printed teacher’s desk.  It can be used with individual students or as a group activity. Three levels of difficulty The easiest level of directions focuses on the understanding of basic prepositions (e.g., on, under, next to).  “Put the […]

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