Do your students have green thumbs? Help them discover their growing potential as they learn about gardening and target their speech and language goals in a hands on and practical way!
❀ Easily incorporate real world activities into your speech sessions to help students make more meaningful connections to their goals!
This resource contains:
✿16 vocabulary words and matching definitions with worksheets for reinforcement of words.
❁ Help the gardener sequence the steps to plant his garden with a cute and paste visual activiy.
✿Read or have students read the concept words. Place the object in the correct position in relation to the designated item.
✿ Label the parts of the flower. Students may use the included word bank for assistance.
❀ Use the included worksheets to have your students practice their describing skills. Use the include organizer to describe a flower. There are pre-written descriptions that you may want to use for younger students to cut and paste their responses.
❁ Have students categorize different garden items.. There are 8 of each cards: vegetables, fruits, flowers, and tools. Use the included sorting mats to assist in grouping the cards.
✿ Have students practice their syntax skills by writing letters to the gardener and a snail.
❀ Use the included Venn diagram to compare and contrast different fruits, vegetables, flowers, etc.
✿ The included cards target answering WH questions, predicting, and inferring. There are 6 of each cards. The WH question cards have gardeners, the predicting cards have snails, and the inferring cards have worms to distinguish them.
❁ More extension activities and ideas for you to use with you students: These include books and craft ideas
Looking for more real world speech activities? Then you will want sneek a peek at: CRAYONS - Project Based Langauge