St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP

St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy | Middle School SLP
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St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy: are you a Middle School SLP? This one's for you! This is an engaging, interactive language packet that is perfect for the upper elementary or middle school speech and language therapy or special education student targeting receptive and expressive language. If you're constantly searching for motivating speech therapy ideas for language, you'll for sure want to check this one out!


(1) St. Patrick's Day Flip and Describe: student cuts out the “I can describe a leprechaun!” cards on the Flip and Describe Cuts Outs page, then glues the top part of each piece to the Flip and Describe worksheet. The student will fold along the dotted line, then write down attributes on the lines provided in order to describe a leprechaun.

(1) St. Patrick's Day Homonyms: student cuts out the pot of gold on the Homonyms: Pot of Gold Definition worksheet, then glues the top part of the pot of gold to the Pot of Gold Homonyms worksheet. The student will fold along the dotted line, then follow the instructions to (1) circle the correct homonym to complete the sentence and (2) use the targeted homonyms in a sentence correctly.

(1) St. Patrick's Day Idioms: student cuts out the circles on the Irish Idioms page, then glues the top part of each piece to the Irish I Knew the Meaning of This Idiom worksheet. The student will fold along the dotted line, then explain the meaning of each idiom after reading an example of how it it used in a sentence.

(2) St. Patrick's Day Categories: student cuts out the circles on the Gold Coin Category Cut Outs page (2 possible options), then glues the top part of each piece to the Gold Coin Categories worksheet. The student will fold along the dotted line, then provide (3) items per category. To use all cut out pieces, you will need to print the Gold Coin Categories worksheet twice.

(1) St. Patrick's Day Analogies: student cuts out the circles on the Analogies Cut Outs page, then glues the top part of each piece to the Luck O’ the Analogies worksheet. The student will fold along the dotted line, then finish each analogy.

(2) St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun Conjunctions: student cuts along the solid lines of the flipbook and folds along the dotted lines. The student will glue the flipbook to the Leprechaun Conjunctions page and finish each sentence using the targeted conjunctions. You can target subordinating or coordinating conjunctions- if you choose to target both, you will need to print two copies of the Leprechaun Conjunctions answer sheet.

(1) St. Patrick's Day- The Leprechaun Slide: student cuts out a player from the “Players” page. Then, cut along the solid line on the “Leprechaun Slide” worksheet. Insert the player through the page. The student will slide the leprechaun up after answering a question correctly. This activity targets either negation or past tense. A data collection sheet is provided for the SLP/ teacher. For example, the student will change a present tense verb to a past tense verb after hearing a spoken sentence, answer negation questions, or finish the sentence using a targeted word.


(1) St. Patrick's Day Cause & Effect Clovers: student cuts out the “cause” cards on the Clover Cuts Outs page, then glues the top part of each piece to the Cause & Effect Clover worksheet. The student will fold along the dotted line, then write down a possible effect after reading a cause.


(1) St. Patrick's Day- A Leprechaun’s Luck: Story Elements Worksheet. First, student reads the story in the pot of gold. Then, the student will fill out the “Story Elements Rainbow” and glue the ends of the rainbow onto the Story Elements page where indicated. {Also included: 1 open-ended story elements page and one open-ended rainbow. Use with ANY St. Patrick’s Day story of your choice).

(1) St. Patrick’s Day Comprehension: answer questions after reading the story in the pot of gold on the Story Elements page. Student uses a pencil tip and paperclip to spin the spinner and land on a given question.
{Also included: 1 open-ended comprehension spinner page to use with ANY St Patrick’s Day story of your choice).

(2) St. Patrick’s Day Following Directions: student listens to the complex directions closely and follows each instruction. To target listening comprehension skills, simply cut along the line. The SLP/ teacher keeps the top part of the page, and gives the bottom part to the student.


More upper elementary and middle school speech therapy resources:

Open-Ended Carryover Articulation {English History Theme}

Carryover Articulation [Founding Fathers/ American History Theme]

Open-Ended Carryover Articulation [Scottish History Theme]

Speech Therapy Challenge Bundle (following complex directions, auditory processing, receptive and expressive language]

Middle School Reading Comprehension

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by JK Rowling Book Companion

Middle School Speech and Language [Greek gods/ goddesses theme}

Middle School Speech and Language {Ancient Egypt theme}

Coordinating Conjunctions

Relative Clauses

Middle School Grammar Worksheets

Idioms (Idiom Match Worksheets)

Synonyms (Synonym Match Worksheets)

Would You Rather?

Semantic Relationships (middle school speech therapy)




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Key Words: middle school SLP, St. Patrick's Day speech therapy, special education, St. Patrick's Day, receptive language, expressive language, middle school speech therapy, middle school language, speech therapy ideas for language

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