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Combining Sentences – Ice Cream Theme

Combining Sentences – Ice Cream Theme

This language skill is one that many students find challenging until it has been explicitly taught to them.  Use these ice cream-themed sentences to give your students practice combining sentences without using the word "and" by adding an adjective from…

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Beach Scene For Directions

Beach Scene for Directions

  • June 26, 2021

If you've got students working on describing, following directions, or understanding prepositions, you'll love these materials! You can use the printable pieces and play a barrier game or have students follow directions or indicate an understanding of prepositions while creating…

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Fill In The Verb Sentences – Halloween

Fill In the Verb Sentences – Halloween

  • September 28, 2020

This hands-on activity gets students thinking about a variety of verbs.  They reach into a bag or container, pull out a game card, and then fill in a missing verb in the sentence.  Have the other students come up with…

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Squirrel Preposition Picture Cards

Squirrel Preposition Picture Cards

  • August 29, 2020

Scamper the Squirrel is here to help your students work on prepositions, receptively and expressively! With fall in the air, your students will love finding where this cute little squirrel is looking for nuts! The prepositions used are: in on…

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Has/Have Verb Agreement – Monkey Theme

Has/Have Verb Agreement – Monkey Theme

  • June 10, 2019

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

  • May 24, 2019

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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