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Cat In The Hat Paper Plate Therapy Activity

Cat in the Hat Paper Plate Therapy Activity

Celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday and reinforce therapy skills with this fun and easy craft! It only takes a few supplies and comes together quickly. You can use this activity to work on following directions or as a reinforcement activity for…

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Mitten Antonyms

Mitten Antonyms

Go beyond "good/bad" and "happy/sad" antonyms!  Help your students build their vocabularies with these antonym cards!  They are great for the older students on your caseload. You can use them for receptive tasks, such as matching games, or for expressive…

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Christmas Song Madlibs

Christmas Song Madlibs

Here's a fun way to work on articulation, language (parts of speech), and fluency using the same activity! And, you can do it as a group or individually. How's that for flexible?! With Christmas song Madlibs for "Jingle Bells," "Frosty…

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Gingerbread Feelings

Gingerbread Feelings

Use these cute gingerbread men to help your students answer cookie themed "How would you feel if..." questions.  Students can identify the gingerbread man that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that…

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Thanksgiving Following Directions Activity

Thanksgiving Following Directions Activity

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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