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Thanksgiving Following Directions Activity

Thanksgiving Following Directions Activity

Being able to follow directions is such an important skill for our students to have. With these Thanksgiving themed cards, your students practice following sequential directions (first, second, middle, last)…

Thanksgiving Speech & Games Set

Thanksgiving Speech & Games Set

This Thanksgiving Speech & Games Set includes articulation materials, games, and a reinforcement activity. There are 60 sound loaded sentences that go with our popular Turkey Coloring Speech Therapy Activity…

Practicing Patterns – Thanksgiving Theme

Practicing Patterns – Thanksgiving Theme

Identifying patterns is a basic concept that is important to math, spelling and vocabulary skills.  Now your students can practice this skill using this Thanksgiving activity! First, cut off the…

Guessing Game – Thanksgiving Theme

Guessing Game – Thanksgiving Theme

Get your students thinking with this clue solving game.  You read the clues and the students try to figure out the word.  The fewer clues they need to guess the…

Thanksgiving Speech Sound Cards

Thanksgiving Speech Sound Cards

Thanksgiving speech sound cards are a good way to use theme-specific vocabulary words in your sessions. They can be used as stimuli for board games, picked out of a bowl,…

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

I would like to wish you a very happy Thanksgiving.  This is the start of my family's favorite time of year.  We always look forward to visiting with family, continuing…

Thanksgiving Synonyms Worksheet

Thanksgiving Synonyms Worksheet

Have your students figure out these Thanksgiving synonyms by using the context clues in the sentences.  Using this worksheet, students pick words from choices in the word box that are…

Thanksgiving Picture Cards

Thanksgiving Picture Cards

These Thanksgiving/fall picture cards can be used in so many ways and with almost every age group.  I've found that students often enjoy the activities even more if you let…

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