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Winter “WH” Questions with Answer Choices

Winter "WH" Questions with Answer Choices

Hands-on and flippable! These “what,” “where,” and “how” cards are a fun way for students to work on winter themed questions. Students can mark their choices with a dry erase marker, bingo dauber or plastic chip. Put them on a metal ring to keep them organized and easy to grab! (Most of these questions are […]

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Descriptive Cookie Games

Descriptive Cookie Games

Sugar cookies…YUM! These colorful Christmas-themed sugar cookies are a great way to target describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions, as well as asking and answering questions. Instructions and 60 different cookies are included. Here are some of the different games and activities you can do with them… Describing, Comparing, and Contrasting: Use these decorated sugar […]

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Cotton Ball Snowman Activity with FREE Printable

Cotton Ball Snowman Therapy Activity with FREE Printable

Here’s a quick and easy reinforcement activity for your students! All you need is the FREE printable, cotton balls, and glue…super simple! Just give each of your students a snowman printout and have them earn a cotton ball each time they complete a speech or language task. You can let them glue them on as […]

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Winter “What,” “Where,” and “How” Questions

40 Winter "What," "Where," and "How" Questions

Do you have too many students, too much paperwork and not enough planning time? We have exactly what you need! Our printable therapy materials save you time and reduce your stress. Our members search, click, and print what they need, when they need it. Click here to get unlimited access to the thousands of pages […]

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Hot Chocolate Sequencing Activity

Hot Chocolate Sequencing Activity

What’s perfect on a cold winter day? Hot Chocolate! Whether you actually make it with your students or just go through the steps, it’s sure to be a hit! Once you’ve gone over the steps, you can practice basic sequencing skills and work on temporal words such as “before” and “after” or “first”, “next”, “then” and “finally”. […]

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Go Together Picture Cards for All Seasons

Go Together Picture Cards for All Seasons

Using word association picture cards or “go togethers” are a great way to work on semantic relationships.  Younger students can work on matching the picture cards with their pairs, while older students can practice describing the relationship between the two words.  You can use this year-round with the four seasonal mats (Winter, Spring, Summer, and […]

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