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Rearranging Sentence Parts – Baseball Theme

Rearranging Sentence Parts – Baseball Theme

Use this hands-on activity to help your students rearrange statements into questions.  Students are able to physically manipulate the sentence parts, giving them a chance to try them in various positions before deciding on an answer.  Included are instructions, two…

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Object Function Picture Cards

Object Function Picture Cards

  • May 31, 2024

When your students are working on describing, being able to give an object's function is an important area to practice. Use the printable picture cards to work on receptive or expressive skills or the interactive version to practice receptive skills…

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Sports Themed Idiom Cards And Worksheets

Sports Themed Idiom Cards and Worksheets

  • May 31, 2024

Idioms can be tricky to work on because they are not always that commonly used, but sports idioms are used in many situations that your students might encounter.  Also, because most of them are based on familiar sports, it's easier…

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Fact Vs. Opinion – Picnic Theme

Fact vs. Opinion – Picnic Theme

  • May 31, 2024

Do your students need extra practice discriminating between facts and opinions? You can use these cards that contain picnic-related statements to practice them and discuss why they are one or the other.  There are 31 cards with statements and a…

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Baseball Feelings

Baseball Feelings

  • May 31, 2024

Let these baseball players help your students answer baseball-themed "How would you feel if..." questions. Students can identify the player that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many of…

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Roll And Say For T Sound

Roll and Say for T Sound

  • May 31, 2024

Here are quick and easy NO-PREP pages to use in your speech therapy sessions. Simply have your students roll a die, say a target word under that number, and then cover or mark the picture until they've said all of…

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