Are your students working on telling how to perform common activities by stating the items needed and the steps involved? If you answered, “Yes” then this product is for you. My How? Stating items and steps for Common Activities contains 50 activities. There is a total of 100 cards (50 with picture support and 50 without). Plus, there are 4 cards that you can fill in your own activity.
The following activities are included: playing baseball, washing hands, taking a bath, getting ready for school, making pizza, making cookies, making a sandwich, making cereal, washing a car, making hot chocolate, painting a picture, doing homework, mopping the floor, washing clothes, going swimming, jumping rope, coloring a picture, making S’mores, going fishing, flying a kite, catching fireflies, making a Jack-O-Lantern, decorating a Christmas tree, having a party, sending Valentine’s cards, making a scarecrow, making a clubhouse, making a snowman, planting a flower, making an ice cream sundae, making an ice cream cone, going camping, going on a picnic, making toast, brushing teeth, sharpening a pencil, washing windows, cutting the grass, raking leaves, shoveling the snow, making tacos, making a hotdog, getting ready for bed, going trick-or-treating, walking a dog, taking out the trash, getting ready for a snowy day, getting ready for a rainy day, getting ready for a hot sunny day and having movie night.
These cards are great for speech therapy language groups and individual sessions but can also be used to address carryover of articulation, voice and fluency skills.
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