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Featured Materials For February

Featured Materials for February

  • January 31, 2023

We've got a variety of materials for you to use this month, including Valentine's Day and winter-themed materials! We've also got new speech puzzles, cut and glue pages, and quick artic cards that you're going to love! February's Featured Materials…

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Speech Puzzles For L Sound

Speech Puzzles for L Sound

  • January 29, 2023

Using hands-on therapy activities can make them seem less like work and more like play, while still getting LOTS of productive practice done! These basic two-piece puzzles are a great way to have your students work on /l/ at the…

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What Could You Do? – Social Situations

What Could You Do? – Social Situations

  • January 29, 2023

These situation cards are helpful when working with students on appropriate responses to social situations or problem solving skills. Instead of trying to come up with situations yourself, you can pull out these cards or use the interactive version and…

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Winter Feelings

Winter Feelings

  • January 29, 2023

Use these cute snowmen to help your students answer winter-themed "How would you feel if..." questions. Students can identify the snowman that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many…

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Valentine Heart Match Ups – Antonyms

Valentine Heart Match Ups – Antonyms

  • January 29, 2023

How can you mend a broken heart? Simple! Find the heart halves with words that go together, and "voila", you've saved Valentine's Day!  Your students can work on antonyms with the printable or interactive version. There are three levels of…

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Cut And Glue For G Sound – Clue Search

Cut and Glue for G Sound – Clue Search

  • January 28, 2023

Here's a fun material to use with your students! Make speech a hands-on activity with these cut and glue pages. Students say the target word when they cut out the picture and again when they glue it to a fingerprint.…

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