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Ice Cream Antonyms

Ice Cream Antonyms

  • July 27, 2021

There's just something about ice cream cones that makes practicing skills more fun! These ice cream-themed antonym materials certainly do. Students match the word on the scoop of ice cream with the cone that has its opposite word. Interactive Material:…

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Synonym Matchups With Sentences

Synonym Matchups with Sentences

  • July 27, 2021

These printable and interactive files are a great way for students to demonstrate their ability to match synonyms. There are 10 sentences/synonym pairs for each of the three difficulty levels. Interactive Material: This material includes an interactive version that can…

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Multiple Meaning Words – Context Clues

Multiple Meaning Words – Context Clues

  • June 26, 2021

Using multiple meaning words is a great way to work on determining the meanings of words based on context clues because your students can't depend on their knowledge of the words themselves. With these sets of materials, students read a…

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Creating Compound Words – Beach Theme

Creating Compound Words – Beach Theme

  • June 26, 2021

Who knew so many beach words are actually compound words?! Introduce your students to compound words and how they are made with these hands-on materials. Either print and cut apart the word cards or use the interactive file and have…

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More Vs. Fewer/Less

More vs. Fewer/Less

  • May 30, 2021

Get your students off to a great start by helping them understand basic quantities. These picture-based materials include tasks for more vs. fewer for items that are counted, as well as more vs. less for those things that are not.…

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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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