This is a super cute and fun packet to use for Easter-themed speech therapy sessions or anytime during the spring season! It's a unit that is filled with NO PREP worksheets that have mazes on them. The mazes are fun and come kid approved! They are not too difficult to complete and we have seen pre-k to 6th grade students enjoy them.
Students are encouraged to complete the mazes in numerical order. Each time that their pencil arrives at a number (1 to 10), they are encouraged to say the targeted speech sound in the word listed and illustrated. We have included a maze for words with the initial sound only and another maze that includes words with the targeted sound in the middle or end of the word.
This product is very complete. We have included maze sheets for 35 different speech sounds and /S/ and /L/ blend words, and also VC, CV, CVCV, CVC, 2, 3 & 4 syllable words for working with your phonology and verbal expression students. In our experience, this packet will provide mazes for EVERY student on our speech therapy caseload that is working on expressive communication.
Speech therapists may find the picture of the correct lip and tongue placement for each sound useful for working on sound placement before and during the therapy activity.
All pages are black-lined and will save you tons of colored ink costs and are ready to be printed off for any student at any time to encourage fun spring or Eastertime page coloring and maze completion.
Please take a close look at the preview to see the contents of this unit and sample pages. We want to make sure that you have a nice understanding of what you are buying before you do. By viewing the preview, you will be able to gain a closer look at this NO PREP- JUST FUN! Bunny/Easter Maze Packet!
Thank you so much for stopping by Twin Speech to check out a newly made product and happy new year to you all!
Manda & Shanda,
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC
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