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Featured Materials For October

Featured Materials for October

  • September 30, 2021

This month we're featuring loads of Halloween and fall-themed materials to use in your therapy sessions. You'll also find some useful articulation materials that you can use year-round, including the new Roll and Say for L Clusters. So check out…

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Tic-Tac-Toe Games For Initial R Clusters

Tic-Tac-Toe Games for Initial R Clusters

  • September 29, 2021

For quick, no-prep therapy session activities and homework, tic-tac-toe boards are hard to beat! If students can't read the words, they can point to the space they want, and you can model it for them. There are print and interactive…

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Fall “WH” Question Cards

Fall “WH” Question Cards

  • August 29, 2020

Fall "wh" questions are here! We've got them in two formats too, so you can use them with students at different levels! "Wh" questions with choices These printable cards have two answer choices for each question and have circles for…

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Ghost Preposition Picture Cards

Ghost Preposition Picture Cards

  • October 24, 2018

Finding where "Gary the Ghost" is hiding is a not-so-scary way to work on prepositions, receptively or expressively! Your students will love this cute little ghost and how he tries not to be seen (but isn't very good at it).…

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Picture Cards For SH Sound

Picture Cards for SH Sound

Sound specific picture cards... a must-have for your therapy tool box. Need stimuli for board games or memory matching games? Here they are! Attach paper clips to them and go fishing, or work on drills for maximum productions! Another great…

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Candy Corn Synonyms

Candy Corn Synonyms

  • October 22, 2014

Get ready for candy corn synonyms!  These sweet synonyms are a hands-on exercise with visual appeal.  Cut each of the candy corns into three pieces, mix the pieces up and have your students work individually or in teams to see…

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