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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 […]

Fill In the Verb Sentences for Christmas

Fill In the Verb Sentences for Christmas

Mix it up! See how many verbs your students can come up with that complete the sentences appropriately. You’ll probably be surprised with their creativity! Besides working on verb variety, this game also challenges students to complete the sentence with correct subject/verb agreement and verb tense. This game is able to be used with students of many […]

Christmas Game Board with “Wh” and “How” Questions

Christmas Game Board with “Wh” and “How” Questions

Santa Claus is coming to town!  Here is a new Christmas-themed game board for you to use with your students.  While it can be used with any stimuli, I’ve included 80 Christmas related questions.  They include: 25 “What” questions 15 “Where” questions 10 “Who” questions 10 “When” questions 10 “Why” questions 10 “How” questions On […]

Christmas Rhyming Riddles

Christmas Rhyming Riddles

Get your students thinking about Christmas words with these rhyming riddles.  The target vocabulary words are basic and can be used with most school-aged language groups.  Included are 20 riddles presented in two different formats (game cards and worksheets), 20 color picture cards, and an answer sheet. UPDATED!  These Christmas themed rhyming riddles now have color […]

Elf Emotions

Elf Emotions

Use these elves to help your students answer Christmas themed “How would you feel if…” questions.  Students can identify the elf that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many of the questions, more than one feeling could be considered appropriate.  For example, “How would […]

Christmas Tree Paper Plate Craft

Christmas Tree Paper Plate Craft

This cute, inexpensive Christmas tree craft can be used in a variety of ways in your therapy sessions, such as ordering by size, sequencing, and following directions.  You can also use it as a reinforcement activity by rewarding students with tree pieces or by letting them add an ornament for each turn. What you need: […]

“Twelve Days of Speech” Activity with Free Printable

“Twelve Days of Speech” Activity with Free Printable

Get loads of repetitions with this silly song activity that’s based on the Christmas favorite The Twelve Days of Christmas.  Have fun with it in your therapy session and then send home the printed page for even more practice. Fill in the blanks on the free printable with words targeting your students’ sound(s).  You can […]

Elf Games

Elf Games

While the reindeer are busy playing their “reindeer games”, we are playing games with these cute little Christmas elves! There are so many different skills that can be targeted with these 12 elves including describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions, as well as asking and answering questions.  Check out all of the different games and […]

Christmas Bingo for R Sounds

Christmas Bingo for R Sounds

This bingo game with pictures is a fun way to practice “r” sounds, including /r/, /r/ blends, and vocalic r sounds. It includes 6 bingo cards and is available in color or black and white.  To make the calling cards, just print an extra bingo card and cut the pictures apart.  For a festive twist, […]

Candy Cane Therapy Craft

Candy Cane Therapy Craft

Keep your students motivated this Christmas season with a hands-on reinforcement activity. This quick and easy candy cane craft can be used with any goal and can be enjoyed by students of all ages. What you need: candy cane craft page provided, printed on white cardstock (one page for every three students) red paper or […]

Christmas Ornament Match Up

Your students can get in the Christmas spirit while they learn with these antonym and word pair ornaments.  You can print them out on colored cardstock or have your students color them with crayons.  Cut the ornaments out and then into halves on the dotted lines, mix the pieces up, and then have your students […]

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Fall Speech Set

Be ready for fall with this sound-loaded speech set.  It’s packed with fall themed games, speech sound word cards, and speech sound sentences to use with your articulation groups. Included in this set: 3 Fall Games Fall on the Farm Game Board Fall Leaves Game Board Falling Leaves Game including instructions, tree page, leaf page, [...]

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"WH" Questions with Answer Choices

Our members loved our spring and winter question sets so much that we decided to make a set that can be used all year long!  When hole-punched and placed on a ring, they become a fun to flip way to work on “wh” questions. Add some plastic chips or bingo daubers for choice marking and [...]

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Cloud and Raindrop Category Sorting

This hands-on activity is a great way for your students to practice sorting basic categories. You can make your own by cutting out cloud shapes and raindrops and writing categories and items on them or let us save you the trouble with our printable pages. For just $4.99 a month or $49.99 for a year, you [...]

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Spring Vocabulary Bingo

It’s “Springo” time! Add some variety to your spring vocabulary lessons with these spring bingo boards and calling cards. They are picture based and are focused on basic vocabulary words, which makes them perfect for your younger students. The six different boards have all of the same vocabulary words included, just in a different locations. [...]

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Spring "WH" Questions with Answer Choices

Mark and flip! These spring themed cards make answering “who,” “what,” “when,” “where,” and “why” questions a fun activity! 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! (Many of these questions are the same as [...]

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Leprechaun Preposition Picture Cards

Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, these picture cards make finding “Lucky the Leprechaun” a great way to work on prepositions, receptively or expressively! The prepositions used are: in on under behind in front of next to Receptive Language: Place the pictures that have the Lucky with the same object (e.g., the tree) in front of [...]

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