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Has/Have Verb Agreement – Monkey Theme

Has/Have Verb Agreement – Monkey Theme

With this hands-on therapy activity, your students will practice "has/have" subject-verb agreement with the help of these cute monkeys.  Students first give the monkey or monkeys an item and then say a sentence to describe it, such as, "The monkey has…

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Monkey Preposition Picture Cards

Monkey Preposition Picture Cards

Marcel the Monkey is being mischievous! Use these picture cards to work on prepositions, receptively and expressively. Your students will love finding where this cute little monkey is hiding! The prepositions used are: in on under behind in front of…

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Mitten Antonyms

Mitten Antonyms

Go beyond "good/bad" and "happy/sad" antonyms!  Help your students build their vocabularies with these antonym cards!  They are great for the older students on your caseload. You can use them for receptive tasks, such as matching games, or for expressive…

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Ghost Preposition Picture Cards

Ghost Preposition Picture Cards

Finding where "Gary the Ghost" is hiding is a not-so-scary way to work on prepositions, receptively or expressively! Your students will love this cute little ghost and how he tries not to be seen (but isn't very good at it). The…

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Leprechaun Preposition Picture Cards

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…

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Cat Preposition Picture Cards

Cat Preposition Picture Cards

Let Carl the cat help your students identify and name basic prepositions!  Each of these 18 picture cards features Carl in a position relative to an object (e.g., on a chair).  You can also use them to practice answer "where"…

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