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Welcome spring with this activity-packed set for literacy and sentence-building skills! Adapted books, sentence building, and a book companion- all full of pictures to help limited readers and keep them engaged while learning.
With 42 different activities, your spring planning will be taken care of for a long time! Mix and match the various games, spinners, sorting mats, and activities for endless learning fun.
Adapted Books for Special Education | Spring Activities
1- Provide symbols in the 12 page adapted Spring book to finish the noun-verb-object sentences. Students can fill in the noun, the verb, or complete the sentence with both.
2- Choose a book with or without symbol support to make differentiated instruction easier. The book without symbols has pictures to match on each page.
3- Complete 5 picture homework worksheets: cut and paste winter versus spring, follow directions and color, what is needed for the spring activity.
4- Practice vocabulary and sentences with the 54 picture cards.
5- Play the bunny hop game board and name items for spring.
6- Spin the bunny spinner for past/present/future tenses as a separate activity or for use with picture cards or games.
7- Play the Shadow match spring activities game for vocabulary use or sentence production.
8- Use the Spring tokens to use for reinforcement and scoring.
Adapted Books for Autism | AAC Core Word Play | Speech Therapy Activities
1. Read the book ‘What do we do?' Students fill in the action ‘play.’
2. Read the book ‘Who plays?’ Students label the animals and people.
3. Read the book ‘What do I play?’ Students label the toys.
4. Read the book ‘What do I play?’ Students fill in the action ‘play’ and the toy label.
5. Sort photos of play versus work using the sorting mat.
6. Play the Work or Play? photo game.
7. Play the open-ended toy game board.
8. Expand phrases with the sentence building game for 2-3 word combinations.
9. Play the matching activity to build specific vocabulary for actions with toys.
10. Complete the printable picture worksheets for each book, or send them home for skill review.
Book Companion for Speech Therapy | It Looked Like Spilt Milk Activities
1. Sort what was/was not seen in the book.
2. Find animals in the cloud scenes.
3. Play the riddle card activity.
4. Play the printable cloud board game.
5. Sort what goes up or down.
6. Sort pictures by vowel sounds.
7. Play rhyming games.
8. Follow directions.
9. Many file folder activities: match pictures to shapes, pictures to pictures, words to pictures, up/down concepts, vowel sound sorting, or rhyming words.
Sentence Building Picture Activities | Worksheets | Spring | Speech Therapy Games
1. Building sentences game.
2. Spinner activity for making sentences.
3. Cut and glue picture sentence worksheets at 3 levels for mixed groups.
4. An interactive book activity: Get the co-ordinating free download!
5. Sorting activities.
6. Worksheets for writing sentences at 2 levels for mixed groups.
7. Two open-ended board games for fun practice!
Adapted Books for Special Education | Playground Activities | Safety
1. Read the playground adapted book.
2. Answer 'Where?' using spatial concepts.
3. Use the interactive playground rules book to teach basic safety and social rules for interacting with others on the playground.
4. Sort picture playground cards as safe or unsafe actions using the sorting mat.
5. Match the picture cards of spatial concepts with the playground structures and provide a sentence.
6. Play the open-ended printable board game with a spinner.
7. Work on following directions or describing with the 2 playground scenes and 55 children pictures, or use as a barrier game.
8. Complete 9 language skill-based, playground-themed worksheets.
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