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Thanksgiving Articulation Reinforcement Pages

Thanksgiving Articulation Reinforcement Pages

  • October 20, 2020

These are just what you were looking for... no prep, print-and-go pages for your students who are working on /l/, /r/, "er," /s/, and /k/ at the word level! Use them with a group by letting students color a picture…

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Thanksgiving Idiom Cards And Worksheets

Thanksgiving Idiom Cards and Worksheets

Even older students may find idioms to be a challenging language task that needs direct instruction. Introduce and practice these 20 idioms based on Thanksgiving words with the cards and worksheets included. The card pairs include an idiom and its…

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Pumpkin Pie Sequencing

Pumpkin Pie Sequencing

  • November 20, 2019

No dessert says Thanksgiving more than pumpkin pie! Whether you actually make it with your students (you brave soul) or just go through the steps, it's sure to be a hit! Once you've gone over the steps, you can practice basic…

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Thanksgiving Following Directions Activity

Thanksgiving Following Directions Activity

  • November 14, 2018

Being able to follow directions is such an important skill for our students to have. With these Thanksgiving themed cards, your students practice following sequential directions (first, second, middle, last) and temporal directions (before and after) by pointing to the…

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Thanksgiving Speech & Games Set

Thanksgiving Speech & Games Set

  • November 17, 2016

This Thanksgiving Speech & Games Set includes articulation materials, games, and a reinforcement activity. There are 60 sound loaded sentences that go with our popular Turkey Coloring Speech Therapy Activity and 140 speech sound cards. The Turkey Trot Game Board,…

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Turkey Coloring Speech Therapy Activity

Turkey Coloring Speech Therapy Activity

  • November 12, 2016

It's turkey time! This Thanksgiving themed speech articulation activity works really well with groups of students, even when they are all working on different sounds! The students take turns saying sound-loaded sentences and then color a part of their turkeys…

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