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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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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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Fall Rhyming Picture Pairs And Sentences

Fall Rhyming Picture Pairs and Sentences

  • October 30, 2022

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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Three Ripe Pumpkins Story And Related Materials

Three Ripe Pumpkins Story and Related Materials

  • September 30, 2022

This original poetic story is a great way to incorporate literacy into your sessions. It's a sweet, short tale that's perfect to use during fall. You can use the included materials to address story elements, such as characters and setting,…

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Shell Sorting By Sound Position

Shell Sorting by Sound Position

  • June 30, 2022

This is a fun, beach-themed sorting activity that can be used to promote phonemic awareness. You can practice phonemic awareness to help with speech articulation or early reading skills. These go great with a beach theme! In this game, students…

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Snappy The Snail For Speech And Language Therapy

Snappy the Snail for Speech and Language Therapy

  • April 19, 2021

"Snappy the Snail" is a sweet story about a snail that wants to be faster. There are three different interactive files included - one for language and two for speech. The "Snappy the Snail" file includes the story and questions…

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