Articulation & Vocabulary Themed Word Lists | Seasons & Holidays

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Mia McDaniel
Grade Levels
K - 8th, Homeschool
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22 pages
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Use seasonal vocabulary words (sorted by phoneme) to build background knowledge about seasons and holidays AND to do articulation therapy! I love seasonal speech and language therapy and created this to bring it to a whole new level. NO MORE trying to come up with words off the top of your head. Print and hang these on a binder clip to have grab-and-go access all year long! OH, and these are very teletherapy friendly!

What’s in this download?

17 seasonal/holiday word lists for building vocabulary and background knowledge AND They are sorted by phoneme so the lists are also ideal for articulation drill. You will get the lists for the following seasons and holidays:

  1. New Year
  2. MLK day
  3. Winter
  4. Valentine’s Day
  5. Mardi Gras
  6. St. Patrick’s Day
  7. Easter
  8. Spring
  9. Summer
  10. USA Patriotic
  11. Autumn/Fall
  12. Halloween
  13. Thanksgiving
  14. Christmas
  15. Groundhog Day
  16. Earth Day
  17. Back to School


Suggestions for Prep and Use:

  • Open the PDF on iBooks on iPad to use straight from your tablet.
  • For teletherapy, share your iPad screen or open a browser tab with these lists showing and share your screen.
  • Print the pages for use during each season and holiday. I printed mine on colored paper so I can find the one I need at a glance.
  • Laminate them for use year after year if desired.
  • Hole punch each page corner and put them all on a binder ring. Hang them in your therapy room or classroom so you can grab, go, and use!
  • Use the words to build background knowledge and vocabulary pertaining to seasons and holidays.
  • Use the word list(s) that correspond to your students’ goals for articulation.
  • Send these home for articulation homework. Just print the seasonal page on copier paper and highlight, circle, or underline words for the family to practice.

Love words lists? Find every word, phrase, and sentence you'll ever need for articulation therapy HERE.

Like to save money and use seasonal themes? Check out my seasonal bundles!

⚫ Read about strategies for direct vocabulary instruction on my blog series HERE.

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