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Easter Vocabulary - Speech Therapy - Toddlers, Pre-K, K, & Elementary

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PreK - 2nd
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Easter Activities for Your Speech Therapy Sessions with Toddlers, Preschoolers, and early Elementary Students!

What's Included:

Did You Know?

–Research quote/statement supporting why it’s important to expose your child or student to vocabulary words multiple times (page 5).

Introducing the Easter Vocabulary:

–Brainstorm: What Do You Know About Easter? An activity to activate prior knowledge (page 6)

–Vocabulary Flashcards: Colorful flashcards to introduce the vocabulary (pages 7- 8)

  • Please notice that Jesus, church, and tomb are included in the vocabulary but individualize instruction as needed

Interacting and Applying the Vocabulary:

–Vocabulary Puzzle Cards Large puzzle cards that you and your child can put together while saying the words (pages 9-12).

–Draw and Connect Puzzles (pages 30-42)

Print and Go Sheets:

  • Guess What I Am: Cut and Paste Worksheet Activities (page 25 - 26)

  • Search and Find: Find the Easter vocabulary hidden in the farm picture (page 12)

  • Say, Color, and Display Coloring Sheets (pages 13 – 23)
  • These coloring sheets contain pictures of the target words for your child, student, or client to color. They are unique because there is a visual cue for the first sound of the pictured word. For instance, the lips are together for the picture of the bunny. This helps remind children to put their lips together to say the beginning of the word. Such visuals can help your toddler see how to make the first sound in the word. Coloring these pictures is a wonderful way to intentionally target this vocabulary.–Vocabulary Definition Puzzles (page 27-29)
  • Real Life Easter Situations (page 43)

Extension Ideas

–List of extension ideas (page 45)

–Favorite Themed Books about Easter (page 44)

–Tele-therapy Suggestions (page 46)

Credits and Thank you


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About the SLP:

Kimberly Scanlon, MA, CCC-SLP is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and has earned 4 awards for continuing education (ACE). She is also the author of the best selling book, “My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development”, the interactive picture book, “Learning to Read is a Ball”, and “My Toddler's First Words: A Step-By-Step Guide to Jump-Start, Track, and Expand Your Toddler's Language”.

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