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Verb Tenses – Christmas

Verb Tenses – Christmas

  • November 15, 2022

Work on past, present, and future tense verbs with these fun, Christmas-themed materials. There are three different printable worksheets that you can use to have your students sort verbs by their tenses, draw lines to connect present tense verbs to…

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Basic Adjectives – Christmas

Basic Adjectives – Christmas

  • November 15, 2022

Here's an easy, festive way to practice identification of basic adjectives such as "tall," "round," and "fewer." You can keep the printable as a worksheet or cut it into cards. With the interactive version, students drag a circle to their answer.…

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Negation Picture Cards – Christmas

Negation Picture Cards – Christmas

  • November 15, 2022

Negation is an important language concept to understand in its different forms. These Christmas picture cards use "is not," "does not," and "can't" while featuring concepts such as colors, shapes, attributes, and categories. You can print these out as worksheets…

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Christmas Syllable Count

Christmas Syllable Count

  • November 15, 2022

Practice tapping out the syllables for Christmas words with these "no prep" worksheets! The students or you (for non-readers) read the words and then the students tap out the syllables and color in the picture for the correct number of…

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Descriptive Elf Games

Descriptive Elf Games

While the reindeer are busy playing their "reindeer games", we are playing games with these cute little Christmas elves! There are so many different skills that can be targeted with these 12 elves including describing, comparing and contrasting, following directions,…

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“WH” Questions With Answer Choices

“WH” Questions with Answer Choices

  • October 30, 2022

We've listened! Our members loved our spring and winter question sets so much that we decided to make a set that can be used all year long! In addition to that, one of the SLPs in our community asked if…

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