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Comparing With Winter Items

Comparing with Winter Items

  • December 31, 2022

Use these winter-themed items to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These printable and interactive files are perfect for working on "bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest" for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first activity type has sets…

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Has/Have Verb Agreement With Snowmen

Has/Have Verb Agreement with Snowmen

  • December 31, 2022

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

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Combining Direct Objects In Winter Sentences

Combining Direct Objects in Winter Sentences

  • December 30, 2022

This set of materials focuses on combining direct objects in winter sentences.  By combining two basic sentences into one concise sentence, students become aware of sentence structure and sentence quality.  This can then be carried over to their own writing…

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Rhyming Antonym Pairs

Rhyming Antonym Pairs

  • December 30, 2022

Want to know how to make working on antonyms actually fun? Make it a rhyming "rapping" activity! Student enthusiasm grows just by adding this little extra element. Here's an example of rhyming antonym pairs..."I say after. You say ___. I…

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Combining Verbs In Winter Sentences

Combining Verbs in Winter Sentences

  • November 16, 2022

Help your students combine two sentences into one concise sentence by getting rid of the redundant subject and combining the verbs.  The cut-apart sentence pieces help students physically manipulate sentence parts.  The worksheet can be used as a pre-test and…

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