These story cube & spinner activities cover a large variety of speech and language goals, making them perfect for mixed groups! Use the fast and easy-to-prep spinners along with any of the worksheets for students across your entire caseload.
Check out the page breakdown below to see exactly what's included and what this packet covers -
1. Cover Page
3. Suggestions for Use & Activity Instructions
4. Table of Contents
5 - 7 : Instruction Cue Cards
8. Articulation Worksheet
9 – 22: Articulation Word Lists
23 – 24: Summarizing & Sequencing Worksheets
25 – 26: Figurative Language Worksheets
27. Listening for Details
30. Social Turn-Taking
31. Grammar Worksheet
32 – 33: Extra Lined Paper
34 – 36: Story Grammar Graphic Organizers
37. Main Idea Graphic Organizer
38. Compare & Contrast Venn Diagram Visual
39. Sentence Structure Visual
40 – 49: Story Cubes
50. Prevocalic R Cube
51. R- Blends Cube
52. Vocalic R Cube
53. S- Blend Cube
54 – 55: S/Z – All Positions – Cubes
56. L- Blends Cube
57 – 58: L – All Positions – Cubes
59 – 61: SH – All Positions – Cubes
62 – 64: CH – All Positions – Cubes
65 – 67: TH – All Positions – Cubes
68 – 70: F/V – All Positions – Cubes
71 – 73: K/G – All Positions – Cube
74. Story Grammar Question Cube
75. Clipart & Fonts
Suggestions for Use:
- Construct the story and articulation cubes. You could laminate them or print on cardstock to use over and over.
- TIME SAVER TIP: Use the construction of these cubes as a therapeutic task. Have students help you put them together to target following directions, planning, problem solving, or almost any executive functioning goal.
NEW: Spinner Version! You can simply print them and use with a paperclip & pen! This is very convenient for therapists on the go!
- Give the students the Instructional Cue Cards to keep near them throughout the activity. This will help them know exactly what they need, what to expect, and how to continue participating throughout the activity. Three blank Instructional Cue Cards have been included so you can tailor the activity to your students’ exact needs.
- Use the Table of Contents to print exactly what you need.
- You can print 2 per page and all of the visuals and text are still easily legible.
- Have the students roll the cubes and display them so all group members can see what was rolled. You can decide how many cubes to use to vary the complexity. I typically use about 6 for quick narrative creation.
- The students will then have to work together in order to construct a story that incorporates every visual that they rolled.
- The story grammar cubes all have visuals that promote/incorporate story grammar elements such as characters, settings, and problems. - The articulation cubes can be used with the story grammar cubes to increase the amount of target sounds that will be used.
- You could also use the articulation cubes without any of the story grammar cubes. I prefer mixing so I know the students can easily pick out story grammar elements (using a little creativity at times).
- Articulation word lists have been included to help maximize the number of target productions. The lists are broken up according to what is included on the story grammar cubes and the articulation cubes. Additional adjective, verb, and adverb lists have been included to help create rich narratives.
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