Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}

Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
Summer Speech {BUNDLE PACK}
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    Speech in the summertime! This packet is FULL of therapy activities for the end of the school year or for summer therapy. It contains summer home practice calendars, articulation and language no prep printables, monthly vocabulary materials and activities and lots of games! Be sure to check out the preview. Here is a description of each file included in the bundle (all are available separately in the Primary Punch Store).

    Don't Catch the Crab!
    Watch out for the crab! Practice articulation and language skills with this fun speech therapy activity. NO PREP and perfect for mixed groups. Be sure to check out the preview!

    The following speech and language targets are included with one page of stimulus cards for each skill. All articulation phonemes are targeted in the initial position only with the exception of vocalic /R/.

    Articulation Skills: /P, M, B, D, T, G, K, F, V, S, Z, J, W, N, R, CH, SH, TH, R, R-BLENDS, S-BLENDS, L-BLENDS, VOCALIC R, Y, MULTI-SYLLABIC WORDS/

    Language Skills: regular plural nouns, irregular plural nouns, irregular verbs, regular verbs, WH- questions (what, where, when, who, why and mixed), object function, following directions (1, 2 and 3-step), categories, compare/contrast, synonyms, antonyms, multiple meaning words, adjectives, comprehension questions, pronouns, spatial concepts, problem solving, what doesn't belong?

    Beach Ball Dot Art
    Bouncing into summer! Get into the summer spirit while practicing speech and language goals! This packet covers a large variety of articulation and expressive/receptive language goals. Use crayons, markers or a bingo dauber to create the pages, just print and go! Printables are great for mixed groups! Be sure to check out the preview.

    Please note that targets (pictures/questions) included are similar in all the dot art packets. We typically complete them every 4-5 weeks and they are great to use as informal dynamic assessments for retention of skills.

    *All articulation pages target the phoneme in the initial position only. *

    Page 1: Cover Page
    Page 2: Product Description
    Page 3: Table of Contents
    Page 4: Example
    Page 5: /P/ words
    Page 6: /M/ words
    Page 7: /B/ words
    Page 8: /D/ words
    Page 9: /T/ words
    Page 10: /G/ words
    Page 11: /K/ words
    Page 12: /F/ words
    Page 13: /V/ words
    Page 14: /S/ words
    Page 15: /Z/ words
    Page 16: /J/ words
    Page 17: /W/ words
    Page 18: /N/ words
    Page 19: /R/ words
    Page 20: /L/ words
    Page 21: /CH/ words
    Page 22: /SH/ words
    Page 23: /TH/ words
    Page 24: R-Blends
    Page 25: S-Blends
    Page 26: L-Blends
    Page 27: Vocalic R
    Page 28: Regular plural nouns
    Page 29: Irregular plural nouns
    Page 30: Regular verbs
    Page 31: Irregular verbs
    Page 32: What Questions
    Page 33: When Questions
    Page 34: Who Questions
    Page 35: Where Questions
    Page 36: Why Questions
    Page 37: Mixed WH-Questions
    Page 38: Object Function
    Page 39: 1-step directions
    Page 40: 2-step directions
    Page 41: 3-step directions
    Page 42: Categories #1
    Page 43: Categories #2
    Page 44: Compare & Contrast
    Page 45: Synonyms or Antonyms
    Page 46: Synonyms
    Page 47: Antonyms
    Page 48: Homonyms
    Page 49: Adjectives
    Page 50: Comprehension questions
    Page 51: Pronouns
    Page 52: Spatial concepts
    Page 53: Terms of Use
    Page 54: Credits

    Speech & Language Summer Calendars
    This pack was created for children to practice their speech and language skills over the summer. I have included five calendars for five different areas of communication: articulation, language, fluency, pragmatics and functional/social communication. The functional communication calendars cover social skills, play skills and using/learning basic vocabulary. The pragmatic calendars focus on topic maintenance, feelings, problem solving and appropriate vs. inappropriate behavior. On each calendar I recommend parents refer to the child’s IEP for specific sounds or goals they are currently working to master.

    I have also included a parent letter to explain the purpose of the calendars. You’ll notice that each calendar has similar, if not the same activities month to month and week to week. This was intentional to promote carryover and consistency with practice throughout the summer. If students return their calendar (completed or even partially completed) at the beginning of the new school year I give them a treat for their hard work.

    Be sure to check out the preview!

    Page 1: Title Page
    Page 2: Product Description
    Page 3: Example Photo
    Page 4: Parent Letter
    Page 5-7: June, July and August Articulation Calendars
    Page 8-10: June, July and August Language Calendars
    Page 11-13: June, July and August Fluency Calendars
    Page 14-16: June, July and August Functional Communication Calendars
    Page 17-19: June, July and August Pragamtics Calendars
    Page 20: Terms of Use
    Page 21: Credits

    June, July and August Monthly Vocabulary
    Each pack contains materials to teach seasonal vocabulary for each month! Packets were created with little learners in mind for speech therapy or in a small group setting. Picture puzzles may include additional seasonal vocabulary. Be sure to check out the preview!

    Possible language goals that can be addressed with these materials:
    - Name and identify vocabulary
    - Identify objects by function
    - Answering WH questions (where and what)
    - Emergent literacy skills (concept of word, book concepts, reading fluency, decoding skills)
    - Inferences
    - Matching object to object

    June Vocabulary Words: sun, water, hose, pool, goggles, sunglasses, umbrella, hat, ice cream cone, popsicle, slide, towel

    July Vocabulary Words: car, van, ship, airplane, keys, firework, hamburger, eagle, hot dog, flag, watermelon, ship, star

    August Vocabulary Words: beach ball, sand castle, pail, shovel, shell, crab, octopus, dolphin, shark, fish, bathing suit, sea turtle

    Page 1: Title Page
    Page 2: Table of Contents
    Page 3-5: Vocabulary Picture Cards (with and without words)
    Page 6-20: Mini-Reader
    Page 21-33: Cut & Paste Interactive Mini-Reader
    Page 34-36: Cut & Paste Practice Pages
    Page 37-39: Vocabulary Riddle Cards
    Page 40-41: Vocabulary I-Spy Game
    Page 42-43: Vocabulary Pocket Book Labels
    Page 44-45: Playdough Mat (also available separately)
    Page 46-52: Picture Puzzles
    Page 53: Terms of Use
    Page 54: Credits

    Summer Basic Concepts
    his packet is jammed packed with low prep summery fun! These materials were used to practice basic concepts for children in speech therapy. Printables were designed to encourage practice of naming, sorting, seasonal vocabulary, labeling, requesting and following directions. Be sure to check out the preview!

    Page 1: Title Page
    Page 2: Table of Contents
    Page 3-4: Summer Vocabulary Cards
    Page 5: Summer Vocabulary Word Search
    Page 6: Summer Color By Code
    Page 7: Diver Labeling
    Page 8-9: Summer Sequencing x2
    Page 10: Spot and Dot Summer Vocabulary
    Page 11: Sun Color Sort
    Page 12-13: Summer Vocabulary Match-Up
    Page 14: Beach Ball Object Function
    Page 15-16: Summer Yes/No Questions (Level One and Level Two)
    Page 17: Seashell Tear Art {Flower}
    Page 18-19: Ocean Animals vs. Farm Animals Sort
    Page 20-21: Sun Preposition Activity
    Page 22-24: Summer Interactive Booklet
    Page 25-26: Summer Roll and Remove Game
    Page 27: Summer Race to the Top Game
    Page 28: Summer Play Dough Mat
    Page 29-36: Summer Picture Puzzles x4 (color and B/W)
    Page 37: Terms of Use
    Page 38: Credits

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell
    This packet was created for a classroom or speech therapy setting. It contains activities and printables that can be used with the book, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell by Lucille Colandro. Pages were created to practice answering questions about the story, sequencing story events, naming story vocabulary and writing about the story. Activities could be completed in a group or independently. Happy Reading!

    Be sure to check out the preview!

    Page 1: Title Page
    Page 2: Product Description
    Page 3: Table of Contents
    Page 4-5: Picture Vocabulary Cards
    Page 6: Picture Vocabulary Card Examples
    Page 7: Sequencing Page
    Page 8: Sorting Headers
    Page 9: Sorting Pocket Book Example
    Page 10-11: Non-Story Picture Vocabulary Cards
    Page 12: Yes/No Questions
    Page 13-15: Writing Activities using Story Vocabulary
    Page 16: Word Search
    Page 17: Fill in the Blanks
    Page 18-20: Adjective Webs (shell, pail, fish)
    Page 21-22: All About... (Shell or Fish)
    Page 23: Tear Art Example
    Page 24: Shell Tear Art Template
    Page 25-32: Beach Bingo (6 cards included)
    Page 33: Terms of Use
    Page 34: Credits

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