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Say And Color – Chicks

Say and Color – Chicks

  • March 13, 2021

NO-PREP therapy activities that can be used for many different therapy groups are a stress saver - and this is one of them! There are 50 chicks, which encourages a large number of productions. Students color in a chick for…

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Picture Reveal Activity For St. Patrick’s Day

Picture Reveal Activity for St. Patrick’s Day

  • February 23, 2021

Use this fun, interactive, reinforcement activity with your students to motivate them to keep going until the full picture is revealed! You can have them complete a set of tasks before clicking on the disappearing tiles or have them click…

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Say And Color – Clovers

Say and Color – Clovers

  • February 9, 2021

Here's a fun, NO-PREP St. Patrick's Day therapy activity that can be used for a variety of therapy sessions. There are 50 clovers, which encourages a large number of productions. Students color in a clover for each production of a…

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Say And Color – Hearts

Say and Color – Hearts

  • January 31, 2021

Here's a quick and easy NO-PREP reinforcement activity to use in your speech therapy sessions. There are 50 hearts to encourage a large number of productions. You can have students color in a heart for each production of a target…

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February Themes For Speech And Language Therapy

February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

  • January 31, 2021

Celebrate National Pizza Day on February 9th and Valentine's Day on February 14th! This month we're featuring pizza-themed and Valentine's Day materials in addition to articulation and language materials that can be used year-round. February's Featured Materials Click on each…

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Christmas Ornament Match Ups

Christmas Ornament Match Ups

Your students can get in the Christmas spirit while they learn with these antonym and word pair ornaments.  For the print versions, print and cut out the ornaments, and then cut them into halves on the dotted lines. Mix the…

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