Snowmen at Night Activities Speech and Language Therapy Winter Book Companion

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PreK - 3rd
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43 useable pages, plus low color options
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Winter speech and language activities in a fun story companion. Target multiple goals with leveled activities for Wh and Yes-No question picture cards, matching, story sequencing and re-tell, categories, rhyme, syllables, articulation, inference, and prediction too!

There are plenty of frosty activities to cover your students for multiple sessions- making planning quick and easy!

Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner is an absolute favorite of my students. Who doesn't love to imagine what would happen if a snowman came to life? (The book of course is not included, and needs to be purchased separately).


  • Phonological Awareness- rhyme, syllable counting, manipulation
  • Answering Questions: Yes/No, What Doing, Who? What? Where? Why?
  • Vocabulary: Definitions, Categories
  • Story Comprehension: Answering detail questions, Inference, Prediction, Sequencing and Retell with 5 levels of support
  • Matching
  • Articulation: S-Blends, /l/, /s/, /r/ and vocalic r

Low Color Printing options provided!


CONTENTS: 43 Useable Pages, 21 Learning Activities plus the adorable Build a Snowman Game. Open-ended motivational activity for any skill targeted.

9 Activities for Younger Students:

• 18 Yes/No Question cards

• 18 Wh? Question cards: Who, What, Why, Where?

• 18 What Doing? Question Cards

• 18 Category Sorting Cards with Mats-Winter Things/ Summer Things

• Word Wall Cards

• Snow Fun Matching Activity Sheet

• Story Sequencing and retell cards with story strips for 2 and 3 part sequencing and retell.

• 10 S-Blend Articulation Cards

10 Activities for Older Students:

• 6 Story Vocabulary Definition Cards

• 12 cards Naming Category Members

• 12 Prediction and Inference Cards

• If I was a Snowman at Night Sheet

• Story Map Sheet- Identifying Story Grammar elements

• Word Wall Cards

• 9 Story Sequencing cards with multiple level visual support mats

• 10 /l/ artic cards

• 10 /s/ artic cards

• 20 /r/ and vocalic r artic cards

2 Phonological Awareness Activities:

• How Many Syllables? Dot Marker Sheet

• 18 Do These Words Rhyme? Cards


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43 useable pages, plus low color options
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral language.


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