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S.A.L.L (Speech and Language Lessons) for ALL is full of winter themed lessons that align to the Common Core State Standards! Within each of the 4 themes, there are several activities that can be used with students in kindergarten through 5th grade. EACH THEME IS SAVED IN A SEPARATE PDF FILE!
-Husky & Sled Irregular Past Tense Verbs: Match the present tense “husky” to its irregular past tense “sled.” Students can then formulate a sentence using the verbs. (pg. 3-7)
-Inuit Complex Sentences: Each card features the independent clause and a conjunction; students must add a dependent clause to make a complex sentence. (pg. 8-11)
-Igloo Inferences: Something is hidden in the igloo! Read the clues and infer what it is. Hold the card up to a mirror and the correct answer will appear on the igloo. (pg. 12-14)
-Inuit Articulation: Cards for a memory match game are included. Use with any articulation app or cards. After the student says a specified number of words, he/she can flip 2 cards; keep if they’re a match. Watch out for the wild cards. (pg. 15-16)
-Inuit Facts: Read each nonfiction passage and answer the provided questions. A coloring page is provided. (pg. 17-19)
-Inuit Communication Board: Print and laminate scene (pg. 22) and items (pg. 21). Have students use communication board (pg. 20) to request items to place within the scene. May be used without the communication board.
-Inuit 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. 23-24)
-Inuit Craft: Draw pictures that tell a story along the bones of the sled. (pg. 25)
-Penguin Multiple Meaning Words: Lay out the penguins with the sign cards. Match two meanings with each penguin. (pg. 3-10)
-Penguin WH Questions: Cards contain WH question cards - 8 what, 8 who, 8 when, 8 where, 8 why – most are winter-themed. (pg. 11-15)
-Penguin Facts: Learn about penguins with these nonfiction passages and answer comprehension questions; worksheet included for your students to color. (pg. 16-18)
-Penguin Articulation: Open-ended penguin game for mixed groups: Print, laminate, and cut out all cards. Place all cards face down and have students say a specified number of words before picking up a card. The student with the most points at the end wins – watch out for the special cards. (pg. 19-23)
-Penguin Communication Board/Scene: Students can request different colored penguins (pg. 25) to place within the scene (pg. 26) either verbally or using the communication board. (pg. 24-26)
-Penguin Following Directions: Use the colored penguins (pg. 25) to follow 1-3 step directions provided. (pg. 27-28) *Additional items needed: box, pencil, chair, coin*
-Penguin 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)
-Penguin Craft (pg. 31-32): Students can color, cut and glue penguins onto the scene provided.
-Snowflake Synonyms/Antonyms: Roll a die and name a synonym/antonym under the corresponding number, put a bingo chip on word if correct. (pg. 3-4)
-Snow Globe Prepositions: Each card features a snowflake in various common positions – in, on, under, between, above. (pg. 5-6)
-Snow-egories: Cut out each card. Name 3-5 items that belong in each category. Students can clip a clothespin on each snowflake as they name an item. (pg. 7-10)
-Snow Following Directions: Give each student a copy of the snowman (pg. 11). Read provided directions aloud (pg. 12) and have students complete the drawing.
-Articulation Avalanche: Use with any articulation app or cards. Give each student a copy of page 13. After saying a target number of words, students earn a bingo chip. The first student to place bingo chips on all dots starting at the top of the mountain and moving downward wins.
-Snow Facts: Read these nonfiction passages about snow and answer the provided questions. (pg. 14-16)
-Snowman Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 17) to have students request parts to build a snowman (pg. 18). May use without communication board as well.
-Snow 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. 19-20)
-Snow Craft: Give each student a copy of the snow globe and snowflakes (pg. 21-22). Students or SLP can write in articulation/language targets and draw a picture in the snow globe.
-Skiing Scrambled Sentences: Each card contains scrambled sentences that your students need to unscramble to make a complete sentence. (pg. 3-5)
-Curling Compare/Contrast: Each card contains 2 items that students should compare and contrast. (pg. 6-8)
-Ice Skating Idioms: Match the ice skater idiom card with the torch card that explains the meaning of the idiom (pg. 9-12)
-Bobsledding Attributes: Each card has an item. Student should name 3-5 attributes. (pg. 13-15)
-Winter Sports Articulation: Use with any articulation app or cards. Give each student a coloring page (pg. 16). After the student produces a target number of words, roll 2 dice and color in the corresponding letter (ex. 5 = e). The first student to color in all the letters wins.
-Winter Sports Facts: Learn about various winter sports with these nonfiction passages (pg. 17-18). Coloring page is included. (pg. 19)
-Winter Sports Communication Board: Use the communication board (pg. 20) to describe what type of medal each athlete won (pg. 21-23)
-Winter Sports 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)
-Winter Sports Craft: Students can color and discuss the pictures in this black and white mini-book. (pg. 26-27)