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Spring “Who,” “What,” “When,” “Where,” “Why,” and “How” Questions

60 Spring "Who," "What," "When," "Where," "Why," and "How" Questions

It’s springtime! With falling rain, blooming flowers, fun picnics, and baby animals, there are so many spring topics you can discuss with your students. These spring themed “wh” and “how” question cards can be randomly picked and answered or used with a general game board. They include: 10 “Who” questions 20 “What” questions 10 “When” […]

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Spot-On Ladybug Reinforcement Page

Spot-On Ladybug Reinforcement Page

Welcome spring with this ready-to-go ladybug reinforcement page. It’s a simple, but effective way to encourage your students to produce their sounds correctly. Simply print the color or black and white version of the page and give your students a bingo marker, crayon, marker, or round sticker to color or cover one of the ladybug’s […]

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March Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

March Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

We have three FUN themes planned for you to use during your sessions in March! We’ll be starting out with some silly words and rhyming activities with our Dr. Seuss theme and then moving on to some lucky leprechaun lessons that are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Lastly, we’ll be hopping down the bunny trail […]

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Spring Sentences for “SH” Sound

20 Spring Sentences for "SH" Sound

The “quiet sound” can be tricky when it’s in various positions of words in sentences.  Give your students practice with these spring-themed cards!  They can be used as stimulus cards for most activities and games including the Springtime Game Board. Each of the 20 cards has a spring related sentence with 3 to 5 “sh” […]

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Springtime Figurative Language Cards

Springtime Idiom Cards

Idioms often need to be taught to students who have difficulty using context to understand them or don’t hear them often. If you need idioms to practice non-literal language with your students, use these cards. They can be used alone or with the Springtime Game Board.  There are 48 idiom cards available for members. Related […]

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Springtime Analogy Cards

Springtime Analogy Cards

Word relationships can be particularly tricky for students with language disorders.  You can use these analogy cards to help them “think through” these relationships.  They can be used alone or with the Springtime Game Board. The cards have analogies that are written out in phrases instead of the usual format to make it easier for […]

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