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Practice Grids for L Sound

Practice Grids for L Sound

Practice grids are another “must have” for your speech therapy tool box. You can use them to practice the same words over multiple sessions or as home program practice sheets. There are boxes after each image, which are perfect for putting stickers in or for keeping track of data with tally marks, etc. Each page […]

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Combining Sentences Without "And" - Pizza Theme

Combining Sentences Without “And” – Pizza Theme

Combining sentences without using the word “and” can be challenging for students until they have been explicitly taught how to do it. These pizza themed sentences give your students practice combining sentences by adding an adjective from one sentence to the other sentence. Take these two sentences as an example: The girl is little. The […]

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Combining Sentences Using “And” - Pizza Theme

Combining Sentences Using “And” – Pizza Theme

Teaching our students to combine short, simple sentences into sentences with compound subjects and predicates can improve their writing. It’s a simple skill that sometimes just needs to be taught to them. Take these two sentences as an example: Tom ate the pizza. Tom ate the breadsticks. They can be combined by getting rid of […]

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Practice Grids for CH Sound

Practice Grids for CH Sound

These practice grids are definitely a “go to” material that can be used in many different ways. They are fantastic for practicing the same words over multiple sessions or for sending home with the student to practice between sessions. There are boxes after each image, which are perfect for putting stickers in or for keeping […]

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Comparing with Spring Animals

Comparing with Spring Animals

Springtime animals are ready to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These pages are perfect for working on “bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest” for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first page has three sets of three different sized animals. For a receptive task, have the student point to the animal that you […]

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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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