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Has/Have Verb Agreement – Monkey Theme

Has/Have Verb Agreement – Monkey Theme

  • June 10, 2019

With this hands-on therapy activity, your students will practice "has/have" subject-verb agreement with the help of these cute monkeys.  Students first give the monkey or monkeys an item and then say a sentence to describe it, such as, "The monkey has…

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Category Exclusion Picture Cards And Fill-in Sentences

Category Exclusion Picture Cards and Fill-in Sentences

  • May 8, 2019

Welcome to the flip side of categorization...category exclusion! Students need to know more than just what belongs in a category, but what doesn't belong and why. These picture cards and sentence fill-ins are great for working on category exclusion with…

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Following Directions With Pizza

Following Directions with Pizza

  • September 10, 2018

Work on following directions with a pizza party! This set contains four different levels of directions (1 step, 2 step, 3 step, and temporal) so you can use it with many ages and groups. You can read the directions to…

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Super Set For S Sound

Super Set for S Sound

This set of materials really is what the title says... a SUPER set! Need picture cards? Check. Need sentences? Check. Want some games and activities? It's got those too!  In fact, this super set comes with all of the following…

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Cookie Themed Idiom Cards And Worksheet

Cookie Themed Idiom Cards and Worksheet

  • December 1, 2015

Many students aren't exposed to idioms in a way that they can understand them. Give your students a chance to hear and understand these cookie-themed idioms with these receptive language tasks. There are 10 phrases and their meanings presented in…

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Compare And Contrast Picture Cards

Compare and Contrast Picture Cards

Comparing and contrasting items is an important language skill that so many of my students struggle with.  Working with these cards can help students focus on how items are related to each other and how to describe that relationship with…

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