Pirates Go To School Speech and Language Quick Prep Book Companion. Pirates go to school too, only a bit different. Bring this fun thematic book by Corinne Demas, Pirates Go To School, into yor speech room using this packet for practice targeting the following skills.
This packet includes:
I CAN statements for each target skill addressed. (pg. 3)
Articulation word list with up to 10 words for the following sounds/groups of sounds: /k, g/, /f, v/, /sh, ch, j, th/, /l/, /r/, /r/ controlled, /s/, /z/, /s/ blends, /l, r/ blends (pg. 4)
Open-Ended Articulation Worksheet: Students can write target words for home practice. (pg. 5)
Sequencing Events: Write numbers (1-10) next to each event to sort the listed events or cut apart and sort. (pg. 6)
Comprehension Dots: 5 comprehension questions relating to the story. Students can color or dot (with a stamper) each spot/circle after answering the question. (pg. 7)
Inference to Understand: Tell how the characters are feeling and thinking given events from the story. (pg. 8)
Spin & Define: Use a paper clip and pencil to create a spinner. Spin the paper clip and use a defining feature to describe each pictured item. 5 pictured Tier 1 vocabulary items from the story. (pg. 9)
Map It Out Vocabulary: Two Tier 2 vocabulary words are included. Complete the vocabulary map to define. (pg. 10)
Following Directions: Point to pictures or mark pictures after following each direction. 4 temporal (before, after) and 4 conditional (if, then) directions are included, 2 for each row. (pg. 11)
Pronoun Practice: Use a paper clip and pencil to create a spinner. Spin the paper clip and use a pronoun to describe each picture. Targets: he, him, his, she, her, hers (pg. 12)
Regular Verb Sort: Sort each verb into past tense and present tense. 5 verb pairs from the story included. (pg. 13)
Irregular Verb Sort: Sort each verb into past tense and present tense. 5 verb pairs from the story included (pg. 14)
Craft It Up! Pirate Hat: Attach small picture cards (not included) or write target words. Have the student decorate with your choice of items. Suggestions (not included): glitter, stickers, markers/crayons, cut-up tissue paper. (pg. 15)
Think About It and Share It!: Students draw or write about the differences between pirates and students at school. (pg. 16)
BONUS REINFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
“X” Marks the Spot Reinforcement Activity: Print on cardstock or colored paper. Cut each card and laminate for more durability. “Use this game activity after practicing a target skill. The student selects a card and calls out the pictured item. If the student chooses the “X” he/she must not reveal the choice and therefore must call out another pictured item (from one of the other game cards, either anchor, parrot, ship, hat, or map). At the end of the game, when all the cards are selected, each student has a chance to call out who may have the “X.” The student with the “X” wins if no one calls his/her bluff! Practice may be needed before an official round! pgs.
Roll Color (or cover) reinforcement worksheet with treasure chests
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The book, Pirates Go To School, is required for use. Sparklle SLP is not affiliated with this book.
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