I love ladybugs..and so will you after you learn some fun facts about these cool creatures in this articulation and auditory processing packet!
In this very comprehensive packet, I’ve combined articulation activities with sentence facts about ladybugs, story comprehension passages, auditory processing for memory and direction following and questions related to Memorial Day.
* initial, medial and final position /l/ words as well as blank cards
*/l/ sentences that are also “ladybug "facts and can be used to address articulation as well as an auditory memory tasks.
*Picnic game pieces including 3 pages of picnic items, 1 page of “ant” cards, 3 pages of Picnic blanket mats.
OBJECT: (use this game along with any of the card sets in this download—after responding to a question in the target area)
Each player gets a picnic blanket. Draw a card from the picnic pictures. Collect all 9 picnic items, but watch out for the ant cards. Pick an ant and all your food cards must go back in the pile. The first player to collect all 9 cards is the winner.
*a combination of direction following, naming and open-ended “Wh” question cards focused on improving expressive language skills.
12 detail-filled passages about ladybugs. Each card includes story comprehension questions related to the passage.
Information used for this activity was taken from www.nationalgeographic.com and www.enchantedlearning.com
*12 “I’m going on a picnic and I’m bringing...”cards. Place cards in a pile. Students take turns picking a card and naming something that fits into that category. As play continues, each player must add anther item that fits into that category, but also remember the answer from the previous player. This activity addresses both categorization skills and auditory memory/recall.
* “SpeechSnacks” Collectible recipe card for Ladybug Salad
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, including recipe to accompany this item.