This resource is 10 pages of no prep worksheet activities for common holidays throughout the year. This idea came to me as I am so busy throughout the school year that I rarely have time to prep for holidays that sneak up on me. So, I thought why not create a language lesson that I can pull out “day of” and have something relevant to the holiday? These language lessons can target a variety of expressive and receptive language concepts such as…
Use these with your upper level elementary students who have overall language deficits. Holidays included are:
1) New Year’s Day
2) Martin Luther King Jr. Day
3) Groundhogs Day
4) Earth Day
5) Memorial Day
6) Independence Day
7) Labor Day
8) Columbus Day
9) Veterans Day
10) Thanksgiving Day
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