Are you looking for a middle school vocabulary program that is age appropriate and instantly applicable? This program addresses synonyms, antonyms, multiple meanings, plurals, pronouns, past tense, analogies and noun-verb agreement through theme based seasonal vocabulary.
Many of our students did not master seasonal vocabulary when it was introduced in younger grades. These terms are often not taught again but consistently show up on standardized testing measures. If they aren't re-introduced to our students so they can gain mastery, they may never learn them. That is why this approach has been a vital part of my own therapy sessions. Students' eyes light up when they finally understand words that they have heard used by teachers, peers, and on TV.
The March Pack contains 5 unit themes including : Reading, March Comes in Like a Lion, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Spring.
The April Pack contains 5 unit themes including : April Showers, Solar System, Earth Day, Butterflies, Frogs and Ponds.
The May Pack contains 5 unit themes including : Mother's Day, Baseball, Farm, Circus, Memorial Day.
Middle school students like the mature, clipart free format. Therapists like the no prep, ink friendly print and go format. Everyone likes that the students are learning terms in a stress free way.
You can use one or all 7 of the pages for each theme based upon student goals. Pages can be reviewed or completed for homework.
A money saving full year bundle which includes this resource is also available here
⭐ An Entire School Year of Themed Vocab & Grammar for Middle School Speech
If you would like something at a slightly higher level (no word banks) this pack has the same themes
45 Themed Vocabulary and Grammar Units for Speech Therapy and ESL/ELL
If you would like something at a slightly lower level these work well for Upper Elementary students and also follow the same themes.
A Year of Upper Elementary Theme Based Vocabulary & Language
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