This unit contains games and activities with a Halloween theme. Both articulation at higher levels of complexity and receptive/expressive language areas are addressed.
Pages 2-3: Pictured multi-syllabic words used to elicit for non-readers.
Pages 4-7: Fill your trick-or-treat bag – Have your student’s correctly produce the multi-syllabic words in order to fill your treat bag with candies! Candies are color-coded; orange = 3 syllables, purple = 4 syllables. Syllable Mats are provided for visual/tactile cues. A sentence strip is also included for those working at the sentence level. Some sentences may not “make sense”. Example: “In my trick-or-treat bag I need….. mysterious”. Perfect time to incorporate some grammar/sentence structure .
Pages 8-11: Spider Articulation - Help the spider get to the center of his web! Correctly produce your speech sounds to help the spider get home! Print out the spider web page, you can cut, laminate and put velcro on the spider web in the boxes and on the back of the sound cards for the kiddos to put their sounds on. This can be sent home for homework as well! Includes articulation words for /r/ blends, vocalic /r/, /s/ and /z/, and /l/.
Pages 11-13: S Blend Spooky Speech Spell – Create a spooky speech spell by correctly producing s blends (descriptive words and Halloween items). Sentence strips provided for your kiddos working at the sentence level.
Pages 2-4 Who am I? - Guess the Halloween Costume using clues.
Pages 5-7: Where in the World is Midnight the Cat? Using prepositions and descriptions try to find out where Midnight the cat is before Halloween night!
Pages 8-9: Supplemental Board Game and Cards
Pages 10-13: Halloween Scene Barrier Game
Pages 14-17: Ooey-Gooey Speech Spell! Help the friendly witch create her ooey-est gooey-est spell ever! Add descriptive words to her recipe. Then create your own recipe for a spooky spell. Finally, compare and contrast your spell with a friends'. What's the same? What's different?