This NO PREP, comprehensive resource targets 10 different language goals for the month of February. The following goals are targeted, each with activities at 2 different levels:
- Verb Tenses
- Synonyms & Antonyms
- Multiple Meaning Words
- Answering Wh- Questions
- Complex Sentences
- Main Idea & Supporting Details
- Reading Comprehension
- Inferences & Predictions
There are 2 VERSIONS of this resource included:
- The is a full-color, 39-page interactive PDF with a clickable menu and answer buttons, check boxes, and fillable text boxes. It works on tablets, computers, or smart boards. If opening on an iPad, use on a PDF reader app. When using on a computer, you can open and use the resource on a free PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (which is free and you can read more about it HERE). This resource works wonderfully with screen share for teletherapy sessions! You can also load it within a teletherapy platform and use annotation tools to type and mark answers.
- The of this resource is a 23-page PDF (not interactive) which contains all of the same content as the no-print resource, but does not have color images and uses only black ink. Additionally, each activity is condensed to one page for less paper needed.
As mentioned above, there are 2 LEVELS for each goal area. and . However, the level suitability will vary based on each individual student and you can easily shift between levels if needed. There is also an answer key included, although many activities have open-ended questions and therefore answers will vary.
This resource comes in a zipped file, containing 3 files:
- The no print PDF
- The printable PDF
- The answer key (the same as the printable PDF but contains answer suggestions in red font)
Use this resource for a large part of your caseload throughout the month. It’s perfect for mixed groups and students with multiple goals, and involves absolutely no printing or prepping. Plus, it’s engaging and interesting for students!
Find this resource in a YEAR-ROUND BUNDLE!
For more information and a video demo on how to use an interactive PDF on a computer or iPad, check out this blog post:
Using Interactive PDF Resources in Speech Therapy