Get ready for spring with this 44 page Activity Pack centered around the theme of Kites. This is great for special education and SLPs.
This pack meant for the more linguistically challenged students and is perfect for Speech/EC /OT collaboration and covers numerous goals. I do also use these materials with younger regular education children.
This is nice for integrating literacy and hand-on activities.
I typically read the book “What can Fly?“(interactive book is included with this packet) with the kids and have them practice answering questions, formulating the sentences, and naming items using the manipulative icons. I
then take another day to read “Where is the Kite Flying" (interactive book is included with this packet)
which helps teach sentence structure, and the prepositions ‘between’ and ‘beside’. As a craft, we make “K is for Kite”---step by step pictures are included with comprehension activities at the end. Included also is a nice preposition Bingo game with springtime vocabulary for those kids who speak in sentences.
-10 page interactive book entitled ‘What Can Fly?’ with simple text (page 3-12)
-Icons for matching the pictures in ‘What Can Fly?’ along with simple sentence strip (page 13)
-Sorting worksheet activity (things that fly/things that go in water) (page 14)
-3 pages of questions with visual multiple choice questions to go along with ‘What Can Fly?’ (15-17)
-12 page interactive book “Where is the kite flying?” (pages 18-29)
-Page of icons and a sentence strip for “Where is the kite flying?” (page 30)
-K is for Kite—craft with step by step directions. No need for fancy materials. (31-39)
-K is for Kite sequencing worksheet and simple comprehension questions for the craft activity (40-41)
-5 pages of Springtime Prepositions Bingo---3 game boards, 1 board to cut into calling cards, and directions (42-46)
Images are from Pixabay.com. Icons and clipart are from Smarty Symbols (purchased commercial license)