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Say And Match For S Sound

Say and Match for S Sound

  • June 30, 2024

Here's a fun way for your students to practice their targeted sound! Start by giving them an outline page and the corresponding picture cards. When it's their turn, they name a picture and then find the outline that matches its…

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Basic Quantity Concepts – Beach/Ocean Theme

Basic Quantity Concepts – Beach/Ocean Theme

  • June 30, 2024

Understanding basic quantity concepts is an important language foundation for your students. These picture-based cards address the concepts of same/different, all/some/none, whole/half, equal/unequal, and more/fewer. You can print these out as worksheets or cut them into cards. If you laminate…

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Ocean Themed Picture Cards

Ocean Themed Picture Cards

  • June 30, 2024

These picture cards can be used for many things, such as introducing and practicing vocabulary words or talking about unique item features.  Printing two copies of the cards gives you the option of playing "Go Fish" or a memory matching…

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Find Your Sound Pages For L Sound

Find Your Sound Pages for L Sound

  • June 30, 2024

Use these print-and-go, no prep pages with your students who are working on identifying and/or producing targeted sounds. All you need are the printed pages and some kind of markers (e.g., bingo chips, pennies, tiny erasers) for your students to…

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Summer Analogy Cards

Summer Analogy Cards

  • June 30, 2024

Word relationships can be particularly tricky for students with language disorders.  You can use these analogy cards to help them "think through" these relationships.  They can be used alone or with a game board. The cards have analogies that are…

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Basic Subject & Verb Agreement – Summer Theme

Basic Subject & Verb Agreement – Summer Theme

  • June 30, 2024

These worksheets are a great way for students to practice making basic verbs agree with subjects...all with a summer theme! You can cut out the answer choices for your students to place in the blank in the sentence or have…

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