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Potato Friends for Following Directions, Describing and Using Semantic Features
This is a barrier game to help children learn to use precise wording to enable a listener to create a picture. First model how to describe the picture so that another person can create a matching picture. Tell the students that they CANNOT point or say “Right there.” The goal is for them to gi
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Jammin with the "J" sound
Jammin’ with the “J” sound is a packet designed to focus on the "J" sound from multiple angles. Look at the "J" sound through auditory bombardment, sound production, and spelling patterns. Play with it using dominoes, word sorts, and a sound search. Students will experience the connection of how
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Flexible (Kaleidescope) Thinking Task Cards & Thought Records for Rigid Thinkers
When things do not go as planned, a helpful strategy to minimize black or white thinking is Kaleidoscope Thinking. Similar to turning a kaleidoscope and seeing the diversity of magnificent colors and images, viewing a situation from a different angle helps improve flexible thinking and appropriate r

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Semantic Sticks Synonyms and Antonyms
To play: This game is a cross between dominoes and matching. Distribute all popsicle sticks, so students have as close to an even amount as possible. All sticks must be used (27 pairs of synonyms or 27 pairs of antonyms). Students should place sticks in front of them so they can see all of thei
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Eggs-actly Descriptive Cards for Barrier Game and Bingo
A bingo or barrier game activity to target descriptive vocabulary, perspective taking, and following multiple step directions. The cards range from two step (make a green star in a red triangle) to more complex directions that require 5 or more steps (draw red lines that intersect to form right ang
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Pirates for Following Directions, Describing and Using Semantic Features
If your kids love pirates they will enjoy describing, telling stories, matching, sequencing, and using pronouns and prepositions with the ones in this activity. Model how to describe the picture so that another person can create a matching picture. Tell the students that they CANNOT point o
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Bear Friends for Following Directions, Describing and Using Semantic Features
Let your students develop their oral language skills,practice telling stories, matching, sequencing, and using pronouns and prepositions with these adorable Bear Friends. Model how to describe the picture so that another person can create a matching picture. Tell the students that they CANNOT p
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Winter - Pronouns, Verbs, & Basic Concepts 2,  No Print, Teletherapy
Use on iPad, Computer, Smart Board or Print and Laminate This packet contains fun, engaging winter activities that may be used to help early childhood and kindergarten students practice using pronouns (he, she, they), verbs (skating, playing hockey, skiing, sledding, making snow angles, snowboardin
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Racing for Following Directions, Describing and Using Semantic Features
If your students love race cars, they will love being able to describe, tell stories, match, sequence, and use pronouns and prepositions with these awesome vehicles. Model how to describe the picture so that another person can create a matching picture. Tell the students that they CANNOT point
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Shapes Unit: Grades K-2
This 40 page unit provides the teacher with diverse activities for even the most challenged learner in the class. Students learn to identify, sort, and classify shapes with the materials in the unit. Whether it is flash cards you need, shapes worksheets, work mats, a shape foldable template, or shap
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Phonological Processing: Beginning Sounds
[NO PRINT & NO PREP / Telepractice & In-Person] Help your students LISTEN CAREFULLY as they work to detect, identify, and compare initial sounds in words. Listen carefully! Do these words have the same beginning sound? (Fields of 2 pictures) Listen carefully! What sound is at the beginnin
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HUMOR BUNDLE!  Reinforce Appropriate Use of Humor with Multiple Lessons! VALUE!
One of my biggest challenges in working with kids, especially kids with special needs, is to teach and coach the use of appropriate humor. I have found that simply using one lesson or one approach just doesn't work. So I have 4 go-to lessons that I rotate and use to "cover all angles". So far, it
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Words in Action
[NO PRINT & NO PREP / Telepractice & In-Person] This versatile PowerPoint is true exemplar of a CLINICAL TARGET MASH-UP: It is hard to choose a core target area, as there are so many directions you can go with this PowerPoint! The presentation is simple; slides switch back and forth betwee
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Requesting, Describing, and Sequencing Using Lego Bricks
Many of my students like to play with Lego bricks during their speech/language therapy sessions. I noticed that although, they would ask for certain pieces, they didn't always know what to do them. They would always try to follow a picture on the container. I made this resource to give them some opt
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