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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 correct…

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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 while…

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Guessing Game – Thanksgiving Theme

Guessing Game – Thanksgiving Theme

Get your students thinking with this clue-solving game.  You read the clues and the students try to figure out the word.  The fewer clues they need to guess the answer, the farther they go on the game board or the…

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Pumpkin Pie Synonym Match-Up Activity

Pumpkin Pie Synonym Match-Up Activity

  • November 17, 2014

This pumpkin pie printable is perfect for Thanksgiving language therapy sessions!  While doing this hands-on activity, students can practice matching these Thanksgiving-themed synonym pairs.  You can also use the blank pies for a wide range of other matching games or…

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Fall Sentences For S And Z Sounds

Fall Sentences for S and Z Sounds

  • October 28, 2013

Fall /s/ and /z/ sound sentences are here!  These are perfect for your students who are practicing /s/ and /z/ in all positions at the sentence level. Each of the 20 cards has a fall related sentence that contains 4…

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Thanksgiving Picture Cards

Thanksgiving Picture Cards

  • November 13, 2011

These Thanksgiving picture cards can be used in so many ways and with almost every age group.  I've found that students often enjoy the activities even more if you let them reach in a bag and pick out their picture…

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