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Picture Cards for Initial /l/ Clusters

Picture Cards for /l/ Clusters

Picture cards are great, versatile items to have in your speech therapy toolbox.  They can be used for drill activities or as stimuli for a variety of games and allow you to get spontaneous productions from both readers and non-readers. Included in this printable are 10 color and black and white picture cards for each […]

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Spring Articulation Reinforcement Pages

Spring Articulation Reinforcement Pages

Use these no prep, print and go pages with your students who are working on /s/, “sh,” /r/, and /l/ at the word level. The “sh,” and /r/ pages have pictures for the target words to help those students who are not yet strong readers. You can use these pages with a group by letting […]

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Spring Vocabulary Bingo

Spring Vocabulary Bingo

It’s “Springo” time! Add some variety to your spring vocabulary lessons with these spring bingo boards and calling cards. They are picture based and are focused on basic vocabulary words, which makes them perfect for your younger students. The six different boards have all of the same vocabulary words included, just in a different locations. […]

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Spring “WH” Questions with Answer Choices

Spring "WH" Questions with Answer Choices

Mark and flip! These spring themed cards make answering “who,” “what,” “when,” “where,” and “why” questions a fun activity! Students can mark their choices with a dry erase marker, bingo dauber or plastic chip. Put them on a metal ring to keep them organized and easy to grab! (Many of these questions are the same as […]

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Comparing with Spring Animals

Comparing with Spring Animals

Springtime animals are ready to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These pages are perfect for working on “bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest” for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first page has three sets of three different sized animals. For a receptive task, have the student point to the animal that you […]

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Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Articulation

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Articulation

It’s springtime, which means I want to be outside as much as possible! Don’t you just feel like the outdoors are calling you (and your students) to go exploring? Next time you’re given an opportunity, take your students outside for a scavenger hunt! They’ll love it, and you’ll all see things you don’t normally notice. […]

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