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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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Say And Color – Farm

Say and Color – Farm

  • September 30, 2022

Print-and-go materials are a quick and easy way to have therapy materials ready when you need them. Here is another one for you to have in your therapy toolbox. There are 50 farm pictures just waiting to be colored in.…

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Always, Sometimes, Or Never – Farm Theme

Always, Sometimes, or Never – Farm Theme

  • September 30, 2022

These farm-themed statements are a great way to work on "always", "sometimes", and "never." There are instructions for using this as an activity with an individual student or a group. There are cards, worksheets, and an interactive file. Worksheet vs.…

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Chick Hatching Sequencing Activity

Chick Hatching Sequencing Activity

  • November 5, 2018

This adorable chick is out of his shell and ready to help your students! Once you've gone over the steps, you can practice basic sequencing skills and work on temporal words such as "before" and "after" or "first", "next", "then"…

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Start A Farm Describing Activity

Start a Farm Describing Activity

  • November 2, 2016

This farm-themed activity is a great way to get your students to describe animals with specificity. They begin with barn placemats and then take turns "starting their farms" by requesting animals based on their features. The differences in the animals…

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Turkey Clothespin Reinforcement Activity

Turkey Clothespin Reinforcement Activity

  • November 12, 2015

Your students will have a feathery fun time with this Thanksgiving turkey activity! Use it to keep your students engaged and wanting to produce more correct speech and language responses. You can make a turkey for each student or divide…

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