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S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer

S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
S.A.L.L. for ALL: Spring/Summer
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*This file is zipped!! You must have an unzipping utility to use! Download the preview file to see more of what is included in each individual theme. There are 6 themes total, 4 for spring and 2 for summer. Each theme is saved as a separate pdf. These activities are CCSS aligned; standards addressed are listed in the "start here" pdf. I was not able to list them all here.

Backyard Creatures:
-Butterfly Categories: Each butterfly page has a category listed. Use the pictures on pg. 8 to sort. (pg. 3-8)
-Find Lucy the Ladybug: This is an interactive mini-book that targets common location words. Use the items on pg. 15 to place in the book. I recommend putting Velcro in 2 places on each page (incorrect and correct). (pg. 9-15)
-Snail Synonyms/Antonyms: Each snail card features a word. There are 16 synonym and 16 antonym cards. (pg. 16-19)
-Dragonfly Directions: Give students a copy of pg. 22. The dragonfly cards (pg. 20-21) have 1-3 step directions; simply read the level appropriate for each student.
-Bug Articulation: Use with any articulation app or cards. Give each student a bug strip (pg. 23). After saying a target number of words, students earn a bingo chip. The first student to place bingo chips on all bugs wins.
-Bug Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 24) to have your students request the bugs (pg. 26) to place in their jar. (pg. 25)
-Bug Facts: Read these nonfiction passages about bugs and answer the provided questions. (pg. 27-28)
-Bug Stories: Two stories are included; one is appropriate for grades K-2, one is appropriate for grades 3-5: practice listening, retell, and comprehension questions. (pg. 29-30)
-Bug Craft: Give each student a copy of pg. 31. Have students draw an item in the box on the right and write 3 things about the item on the jar. Cut the box out and staple it behind the jar.

Flowers:
-Violet Verbs: Each violet card has a picture of a verb. Students should formulate sentences to describe the picture using the past tense. There are 16 regular and 16 irregular verb cards. (pg. 3-6)
-Poppy Plurals: Each poppy card has a picture of plural items. Students should formulate sentences using the plural form. There are 12 regular plurals and 12 irregular plurals. (pg. 7-9)
-Daisy Describing: Each daisy card has a picture of an item. Students should describe 3-7 characteristics about the item. There are 24 cards. (pg. 10-12)
-Rosy Idioms: Each card features an idiom in context. Students should choose the correct meaning. (pg. 13-14)
-Articulation Flowers: Use with any articulation app or cards. Give each student a copy of page 15. After saying a target number of words, students earn a bingo chip. The first student to place bingo chips on all dots wins.
-Flower Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 17) and have your students describe the flower cards. (pg. 16)
-Flower Facts: Read these nonfiction passages about flowers and answer the provided questions. (pg. 18-19)
-Flower Stories: Two stories are included; one is appropriate for grades K-2, one is appropriate for grades 3-5: practice listening, retell, and comprehension questions. (pg. 20-21)
-Flower Craft: Give each student a copy of pg. 22. They fill it out; it would be great to hang on a bulletin board.

Gardening:
-Adjective Pots: Each pot features an adjective. Students need to match items to the correct pot. There are 3 item cards per pot. Note: some items may fit more than one adjective. (pg. 3-7)
-Wheelbarrow Multiple Meaning Words: Each wheelbarrow card features a multiple meaning word. Students need to find 2 plant cards to put in each wheelbarrow. (pg. 8-13)
-Compare and Contrast Gloves: Each card features 2 items; students should compare and contrast the items. (pg. 14-17)
-Plant A (Complex) Sentence Seeds: Each card features the beginning of a complex sentence. Students should formulate a second part that will make sense. (pg. 18-21)
-Garden Articulation: Use with any articulation app or cards. Print pgs. 22-23 and use as a matching game. After students say desired amount of targets, flip 2 cards and keep if they’re a match.
-Garden Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 24) to have students request items (pg. 26) to place on the scene. (pg. 25)
-Gardening Facts: Students/SLP can read these nonfiction passages about gardening and answer the provided questions. (pg. 27-28)
-Gardening Stories: Two stories are included; one is appropriate for grades K-2, one is appropriate for grades 3-5: practice listening, retell, and comprehension questions. (pg. 29-30)
-Gardening Craft: Give each student a copy of pg. 31 and a strip of seed packets from pg. 32. Have your students plan what they would plant in their garden. Color, cut out, and glue seed packets as they wish.

Rain:
-Pronoun Boots: Students sort the pictures into the correct boot based on the pronoun (pg. 3-6)
-Has/Have Bear and Birds: Students place items (pg. 8) on the mat (pg. 7) and produce sentences using has/have.
-Umbrella Inferences: Each card features a description of a spring-related item. Students should name the item. (pg. 9-10)
-Worm WH Questions: Each card features a WH question or an answer. Students should either answer the question or formulate a question (pg. 11-14)
-Rain Drop Articulation: Use with any articulation app or cards. Students move around the game board; the first one to the umbrella wins (pg. 15)
-Rain Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 18) to have your students request the cut out items (pg. 17) to place on the scene (pg. 16)
-Rain Facts: Read these nonfiction passages about rain and answer the provided questions. (pg. 19-20)
-Rain Stories: Two stories are included; one is appropriate for grades K-2, one is appropriate for grades 3-5: practice listening, retell, and comprehension questions. (pg. 21-22)
-Rain Craft: Give each student a copy of pg. 23. Students cut out the cloud and raindrops and glue onto a paper plate. Write target words on the raindrops.

Ice Cream:
-Where is the Ice Cream?: Use the ice cream cones on pg. 8 to place into the appropriate spots in the book. I recommend placing Velcro in the correct and incorrect places, so you are able to make sure students fully understand the preposition. (pg. 3-8)
-Ice Cream Has/Have: Use the items (pg. 10) to place on the mat (pg. 9) and discuss what the kids have to eat.
-Ice Cream Following Directions: Each card features an ice cream cone with a variety of scoops. SLP should provide the color(s) aloud and the students should replicate the cone. Use the ice cream cone and scoops from the communication board section. (pg. 11-14)
-Ice Cream Verbs: Each card features an action picture. Students should formulate sentences using the verbs; can do present, past, or future tense. (pg. 15-17)
-Ice Cream Articulation: Use with any articulation app or cards. Students move around the game board. (pg. 18)
-Ice Cream Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 19) to request the cone and scoops to build an ice cream cone. (pg. 20-21)
-Ice Cream Facts: Read these nonfiction passages about ice cream and answer the provided questions. (pg. 22-23)
-Ice Cream Stories: Two stories are included; one is appropriate for grades K-2, one is appropriate for grades 3-5: practice listening, retell, and comprehension questions. (pg. 24-25)
-Ice Cream Craft: Give each student a cone (pg. 26) and a stack of ice cream scoops (pg. 27). Write articulation words, vocabulary, etc. on each scoop.

Ocean:
-Whale WHAT and WHERE Questions: Each card features a WH question pertaining to the mat on pg. 3. Place the mat where the students can see it. Students can either point to the animal on the mat or formulate a sentence. (pg. 3-5)
-Crab Categories: Each card features either a category or items within a category. 12 cards for divergent naming, 12 cards for convergent naming. (pg. 6-8)
-Octopus Problems: Each card features a problem. Students should discuss how to solve the problem. (pg. 9-11)
-Fish Inferences: Each card features a short description about an ocean-related object. Students should name the object. (pg. 12-13)
-Ocean Articulation: Use with any articulation app or cards. Give each student a copy of pg. 14. Students earn bingo chips to place on the dots. The first student to fill up the page wins.
-Ocean Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 15) to have your students request the animals (pg. 17) to place in the ocean (pg. 16)
-Ocean Facts: Read these nonfiction passages about the ocean and answer the provided questions. (pg. 18-19)
-Ocean Stories: Two stories are included; one is appropriate for grades K-2, one is appropriate for grades 3-5: practice listening, retell, and comprehension questions. (pg. 20-21)
-Ocean Craft: Give students a bookmark to color; hole punch the top and tie a ribbon through it. (pg. 22)

If you like the spring/summer edition, you may want to check out the fall edition or the winter edition!

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