These story retell and sequence printables are super engaging for students! After listening to a passage, your student will use the picture scenes and target sequence words to retell the story events! Perfect for speech and language or special education.
Please note: This PDF contains static sheets which can easily be displayed on a screen for teletherapy. You also have my permission to share in private Google classrooms (with students or parents of your students), private Google links to parents of your students or your students, via email, or via mail, in order to allow for distance learning. #distancelearning
This Kinesthetic Communication packet for story retell utilizes movement- based activities (such as hopping, twirling, and squats) to engage your students while they practice story retelling. If your student has trouble sitting still- you’ll definitely want to give this a try!
Each story event is paired with an exercise or stretch (for example, a student may be asked, “Tell me what happened first in our story”- after responding, the student is instructed to hop on one foot 3x). Engage your students- get them moving with this fun-filled packet!
This story retelling speech and language packet is no prep. Simply print and go MOVE!
There are 13 story retelling printables included. Each activity sheet contains a short story of (1) paragraph in length. The student is instructed to listen to this story. The student is to clap when a character’s name is read aloud, or put his arms in the air when he hears the setting of the story.
Next, the student is instructed to retell the story using sequential vocabulary (first, next, then, last). Picture scenes are provided to assist with story retell. After retelling any story event, the student is instructed to complete a movement activity.
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Disclaimer: This is not meant to be an exercise program. Please ensure that the student you are working with is able to participate in physical activity exercises and stretches prior to completing any worksheets. With any form of exercise, there is a risk of injury. Consulting with a medical professional is recommended if you are unsure if your student is able to complete any suggested tasks. All tasks suggested are voluntary. These worksheets are for educational purposes only.
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