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Leprechaun Preposition Picture Cards

Leprechaun Preposition Picture Cards

  • March 13, 2017

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

  • August 23, 2015

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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Go Together Picture Cards

Go Together Picture Cards

  • January 23, 2015

Using word association picture cards or "go togethers" is a great way to work on semantic relationships.  Younger students can work on matching the picture cards, while older students can practice describing the relationship between the two words. There are…

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Winter Rhyming Activity With Picture Cards

Winter Rhyming Activity with Picture Cards

  • December 3, 2013

What rhyming words will you find in the snow? This finish-the-sentence activity can be used to work on receptive or expressive rhyming skills.  Students can choose pictures of rhyming words or fill in the blanks without choices.  In the pdfs,…

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Mustache Picture Cards For Final “SH” Sound

Mustache Picture Cards for Final “SH” Sound

  • November 14, 2013

It's "Movember," and mustaches are on the grow!  To get in on the fun, we've created these fun phrase picture cards for the "sh" sound in the final position.  Phrases such as "a starfish with a mustache" and "cash with…

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Fall Rhyming Picture Pairs

Fall Rhyming Picture Pairs

  • October 28, 2012

These rhyming picture pairs can be used in a variety of ways to work on identifying rhyme, which is a key skill of phonemic awareness.  Use these pictures in an identification activity or a memory matching game.  One of the…

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