File Folder Games for Special Education - Halloween Sentence Activities

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These picture file folder activities will help your special education students better understand and communicate about Halloween. Make simple sentences to tell about trick or treating and carving pumpkins with 7 different activities that use symbols, photos, and clip art to support visual learners and students with autism.

Sped teachers use file folder activities effectively, so why not SLPs? Now you can build language skills visually using file folders and develop literacy and play skills in the same packet!

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File Folder Activities and Adapted Books for Special Education Fall Bundle


Activity Choices:

1- 2 file folder activities to build varied picture sentences using color-coded scripts that coordinate with many AAC systems.

2- Build sentences using symbol cards to answer questions about the pictured activities.

3- Play a sentence-building game.

4- 42 photo or clip art cards for sentence building games or activities.

5- Read the 3 interactive adapted books with symbols, photos, and clip art:

  • It is Halloween! Fill in symbols for varied parts of sentences to tell the Halloween social rules story.
  • Let's Go Trick or Treating! Fill in symbols for varied sentence parts to tell the sequence of Halloween events.
  • Let's Make a Jack O' Lantern! Fill in symbols for varied sentence parts to tell the sequence.

6- Complete the picture worksheets for varied language skills.

7- Discuss the social rules/sequencing pages for trick or treating.

What are happy buyers saying?

+ "I have been looking and looking and looking for this exact resource! Thank you! It's so visual, it really helps to guide with sentence structure for my minimally verbal students."

+ "Love the variety of activities!"
+ "This pack targets so many different skills with such creative visuals and ideas! Thank you!"

+ "I'm very happy with my purchase. I saw another SLP with this activity and I had to get my own!"

Included are:

* 2 social rules or sequencing stories about trick or treating.

* 2 scenes- costumes and jack o’ lanterns.

* 2 symbol sentence pages for building visual sentences (3 or 4 symbols.)

* 20 pictures to tell 'who' (exactly matches from the picture scenes.)

* 20 verb symbols plus extras.

* 40 objects to tell 'what' (exactly matches the picture scenes.)

* 20 preposition symbols for spatial concepts.

* game boards for making 3 or 4 part sentences.

* 5 cut and glue symbol worksheets for making sentences.

* 9 Halloween worksheets for categorizing and sequencing skills.

* 44 photo or picture activity cards for building sentences.

* 3 adapted books.

* Picture instructions for assembling adapted books.

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7 different activities
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use frequently occurring prepositions (e.g., during, beyond, toward).
Use personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns (e.g., I, me, my; they, them, their; anyone, everything).
Produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities.
Use the most frequently occurring prepositions (e.g., to, from, in, out, on, off, for, of, by, with).
Understand and use question words (interrogatives) (e.g., who, what, where, when, why, how).


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