Arrgh mateys!! This pirate bundle will help you land lover speech students reach their goals while having fun with a pirate theme! These activities are normally over $12 sold separately. Save some booty and get them for $9 in this bundle!
Here is what's included:
How Arrgh They Alike?
This is a similarities and differences activity.Included in the pack is a game board, 66 object cards to compare), game activity cards (extra turn, move back 1 space, etc), and blank cards to create your own.
1. Print out game board and cards. Cut cards apart.
2. Mix captain, message in a bottle, map, and parrot cards in with object cards.
3. Students take turns choosing a card from the pile.
4. Students explain how the objects on the cards are alike and how they are different.
5. If the student answers correctly, he/she moves ahead on the board. (you can roll dice or just move 1 space)
**Blank cards are left blank for you to create your own.
This packet would be great to use with a Pirate Thematic Unit for your articulation kids... or any other time really, who doesn't love pirates?!
Pages 3-61: Articulation Cards
/r, s, l, k, g, f, v/, SH, CH, TH sounds in the initial, medial, and final positions. A total of 348 cards!
Bonus: Each card is labeled to show what the target is for each word! Don't worry about dropping your cards or getting them out of order.
Page 62: Bonus Game Cards (extra turn, lose a turn)
Page 63: Game Board
Page 64-65: Homework sheets
Word and sentence level coloring sheets.
Arghh Pirates! A Thematic Unit
This packet is filled with activities to help your little ones reach their goals while having fun with some pirates! Here is what's inside:
Pages 3-4: Vocabulary Cards
Use these cards to introduce new pirate themed words to your students. You could also print two copies and play a memory game with them.
Pages 4-9: What Does Not Belong?
Have your students help the pirate decide which item does not belong with the others and why.
Pages 10-13: Pirate Categories
Sort the pictures on page 13 into the correct category.
Pages 14-16: Pirate Pronouns
Picture cards that can be used for expressive or receptive pronouns. For example, put 2-3 cards out and prompt the student with a direction: “Show me, she is on the island.” Have the student describe the picture using the correct pronoun.
Pages 17-20: Phonological Awareness with Polly Parrot
Students decide what to feed Polly based on the initial sound.
“Ahoy! My name is Polly and I am looking for some lunch. Will you help me find something that starts with the /r/ sound to munch?”
Pages 21-22: Writing Prompt (boy & girl)
“If I was a pirate….”
Speedy Speech: Pirates!
This is an open-ended game (with an adorable pirate theme) to use to target any speech and language goal!
Print as many copies of the points/bonus cards as you wish. After your student(s) practice a target, have them choose a card from the pile. They either are awarded points, an extra turn, the game order is reversed, they lose a turn or have to do something silly!
Also included in this packet is a game board and blank pirate cards so you can create your own based on student need!