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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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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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Home Practice Pages For L Sound

Home Practice Pages for L Sound

  • May 31, 2024

These home practice pages are quick and easy for you to print out for your students and fun and motivating for them to use at home! Each page has caregiver directions and 5 activities for them to complete. There are…

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Fold The Flap For L Sound

Fold the Flap for L Sound

  • April 30, 2024

Use these hands-on pages to keep your students motivated as they practice! After the students say their word, they fold up the flap to hide the picture. Not only does this keep their hands busy, it helps them see how…

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Dot-a-Sound For S Clusters

Dot-a-Sound for S Clusters

  • April 30, 2024

Get your students talking and dotting with these speech materials! With the printable pages, students say a word and then dot it with a bingo dauber or cover it with a chip. They drag a colored dot over the picture…

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Picnic Following Directions Activity

Picnic Following Directions Activity

  • April 30, 2024

Being able to follow directions is such an important skill for our students to have. With these picnic-themed pages, your students practice following sequential directions (first, second, middle, last) and temporal directions (before and after) by pointing to the correct…

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