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***I'm pleased to share that as of September 2013, these Critical Thinking Language Frames (along with my Reading Interventions "If/Then" Menu) were selected for inclusion as a professional learning resource in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Digital Library. Read more about it here.*** You'll need the latest version of Adobe to read this PDF file: Get all your students into the highest levels of Revised Bloom's Taxonomy (RBT) today with these lang
Great Getting To Know You Activity! Send the bags home with the children on the first day of school. As the bags come in, place them in a basket and have students share their bags whenever you have a few minutes here and there throughout the day. ***This item is also included in our Back to School Lessons and Activities Mega Pack. If you purchase the "Back to School" Mega Pack you DO NOT need to download this also! You can check out the Mega Pack here! Back To School Lessons and Activit
Drama Circles are such a fun way to practice oral reading fluency, reading with expression, elements of drama, listening skills, following instructions, and performance skills, all in one cooperative learning activity! This Fairy Tale themed drama activity has a similar format to the “I Have / Who Has” Games and will have your students begging to try it over and over again. Each fairy tale card is similar to a task card in that it has an instruction for students to say or perform (or both). Stud
3rd - 6th

Also included in: Drama Circle Activity Bundle

This interactive reading activity will have your students begging to play again and again as they try to beat their best time by reading Clement C. Moore's, "A Visit from St. Nicholas," fluently with expression.The poem has been divided into 28 cards in an "I have, Who Has" fashion. Students will have to listen carefully as they only get the three or four words in the poem ahead of their lines. I have also listed several alternate ways to enjoy the included cards.Included in Your FREE Download:T
My Conversation Starters will assist your students - even the quiet ones! - to help conversations flow, whether they're working with partners, in small groups or in a class discussion. My Conversation Starters will help your students form their thoughts articulately. Pop them on your bulletin board and watch the conversations flow!Accountable talk stems help students learn to articulate how they agree or disagree with others, pose questions, and share their opinions, as well as practise paraphra
Includes a 10 page informal assessment packet (13 pages total, including cover page, instructions and copyright credits page.) to be used as a guide for speech and language evaluations and reevaluations. The following areas are addressed in this packet: ~Receptive & Expressive Language: Concepts and Following Directions Body Parts Comparative Relationships Name Categories Identifying Categories Classification/Description Function Comparisons {Go Togethers and Associations} Sequencing O
A little while ago on my Facebook page, I asked you what activities you were looking for. I was surprised at how many of you needed materials for children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech. There were also a few requests for materials for Final Consonant Deletion and bilabial sounds. This activity should cover those requests! You get a large penguin (I cut out the mouth and attach it to a cube-shaped tissue box) and 4 pages of fish - 3 pages with target words, one blank. You can use the blan
All About Me BagThis is a fun and easy way to get to know your students and for your students to get to know one another.Make copies for each student and attach to a paper lunch bag. Explain the assignment before sending home to students and share your own All About Me bag with them. Send home for students to complete during the first or second week of school. *You could also have students decorate their bag for extra fun!*************************************************************************T
PreK - 3rd
Don't let your students' articulation skills slip over the summer break! These calendars contain 12 weeks of free, fun, and quick activities that your students can complete with their parents to work on improving their communication skills during their time off from school.NOTE: You are more than welcome to send these calendars to your students and their families over email or through a password-protected site such as SeeSaw or Google Classroom. I only ask that you do not share with other profes
4 animal friends just want to get out of the rain and play in a nice, warm spot. 1 cranky bear just wants to take a nap in his nice, dry cave. Everything ends up working out, but not before the bear ends up looking ridiculous! This play is based on the book by Nick Bland. It is 4 pages long and has 7 parts: Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Moose, Zebra, Lion, Sheep and Bear. Readers' Theater helps kids improve their reading fluency (pace, smoothness and expression) and self-confidence!
K - 3rd
Listening and Following Directions An Activity That Challenges Students To Pay Attention To Details This activity is designed to challenge students to listen closely to directions and complete tasks in the correct locations on a grid. Interested in more following directions and reading comprehension activities? Check out: Listening and Following Directions Growing Bundle + Reading Comprehension Listening & Following Directions Back To School Edition +Reading Comprehension Listening & Fol
3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This activity was created by Kristine Lamb @ It features who, what, where, when, and why questions based on the winter season! I have included "free turn" cards so that this can be played as a game. I hope you all enjoy it and PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE leave feedback! For more fun info please follow my blog as seen above and my facebook page "Live Love Speech".
Brain research tells us that interaction and personal connections and conversations enhance learning. Here's a chance to get your students talking and thinking about fire safety.These "What Ifs" are to be used to prompt group discussions about fire safety. They can be used with partners, small groups, or with the whole group. They could also be used for writing prompts.These "What If" task cards can be used for group discussions or individual writing prompts. They also work well in centers for
This freebie includes 14 poppers. Match the associated items and have students describe the items and/or explain why they go together. To Use: Cut out popper on dotted lines. Laminate and then cut along jagged, black lines to create popper halves. If you like this resource, check these out:Tongue Twisters: SH, CH, TH, J, S, Z, R, LTongue Twisters: P, B, M, N, T, D, K, G, F, VHoroscope Articulation: Prevocalic and Vocalic R No Prep Tracing Shapes ArticulationBalloon Articulation Color Your Sound
Free farm themed interactive book targeting various speech and language goals!INCLUDESThe interactive book contains 3 scenes (the farm, inside the barn, and the farm at night) with 10 farm themed pieces. The book allows you to flip through the scenes and move the pieces onto the pages. Use to work on vocabulary, prepositions, increasing MLU, following directions, wh questions, inferences, and categories.In addition, there are:pre-made 1-2 step directions to use with the interactive book15 WH que
Looking for new back to school activities? Here’s what you need for your first day of school! You and your students will love this getting to know you activity when they head back to school. Use this find a friend activity at the beginning of the school year, after school breaks, or when you have new students in your class. This one-page printable is perfect for teaching or reinforcing expectations for cooperative learning activities in your classroom, and will help you build your classroom comm
Don't let your students' language skills slip over the summer break! These calendars contain 12 weeks of free, fun, and quick activities that your students can complete with their parents to work on improving their communication skills during their time off from school.NOTE: You are more than welcome to send these calendars to your students and their families over email or through a password-protected site such as SeeSaw or Google Classroom. I only ask that you do not share with other profession
These free speech and language spinners are great for teletherapy sessions and for speech therapy homework. There are tons of articulation and language spinners included with suggestions for how to use them. All the spinners are internet activities using the wheelofnames website, so internet connection is required to use them. You can send these spinners to parents, making them great for carryover and summer homework packets.→→→→→→ NEW VERSION →→→→→ Click here to download another set of FREE spe
My preschool caseload is heavily phonology and articulation this year in a few classes. The kids and I are already looking for new ways to practice our sounds. I know it's been a lot of drill when they whine about iPad flashcards! I made an activity called 'Whack A Sound' using this adorable Whac-A-Mole clipart. It's a game intended to help my kids start listening for their sounds and identify in which position they hear the target sound (initial, medial or final). The directions have pictures
If you know and love the classic tale of the Gingerbread Man, then you'll laugh yourself silly reading this fractured fairy tale play, which is based on the book "The Stinky Cheese Man" by Jon Scieszka. -The script is 5 pages long -There are 8 characters (Narrator, Stinky Cheese Man, old man, old woman, girl, boy, cow, fox)
Speech pathologists need articulation activities that will keep their students ❤️engaged and motivated❤️ to practice throughout the entire speech therapy session.Research shows that when a child produces a high number of repetitions with their targeted sound, the child makes larger gains with learning that sound and achieving better generalization into sentences and conversation. The research recommends getting a dose of ❤️50 trials per session, but ideally, a child that gets ❤️70 productions or
Ad Logic: Analyzing TV Commercials - Prezi Lesson Plan is a fun, engaging activity for getting students to think about persuasive techniques and to analyze validity of claims, soundness of reasoning, and relevancy of evidence.I designed this lesson as part of an ongoing unit about persuasive speaking strategies, and what could be a better example of persuasive strategies than a TV commercial? During this one-hour lesson, students will watch several TV commercials, analyzing each one to figure ou
This freebie is a sample of my Articulation Game Boards series! These print and go game boards are designed to be used in articulation therapy, but can also be used to reinforce beginning and ending sounds! These game boards require no color ink, no cutting, and no laminating! Just print and go have fun! Just add your own game pieces (spinners, dice, etc)! Students can play the game and decorate their game board while they wait for their turn to engage in repetitive drills. The complete packet
Merry Christmas! This season I've been inspired by my location. You see, in 2/3 of my buildings my speech office is located directly next to the music room. Let's skip the Bah Humbug comments about recorders and hearing 'Dreidel, Dreidel' 12 times a day, plus those poor ADHD/ASD kids with short attention spans. I decided if I can't beat them, join them! My articulation students have been re-composing the 12 Days of Christmas song to include their target sounds. Give each student one blank ‘12

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