Summer is the season of rest, relaxation, and good times, right? This bundle takes the hassle out of planning for the summer season! Multiple goals are addressed including articulation, phonology, semantics, synonyms, antonyms, pronouns, following directions, categories, verbs, holidays, associations, generative naming, and so much more! Read more details below.
Pages 6-36: Summer Language Concepts: Clothing, Pronouns, and Following Directions
—Receptive and Expressive Identification of Clothing Cookie Sheet Pages- students can select clothing of their choice according to the list provided or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing. (Print, laminate and attach magnets to back.)
— Expressive Identification of Clothing Cookie Sheet Pages- students can select clothing of their choice and label the clothing pieces or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing. (Print, laminate and attach magnets to back.)
— Following Directions Cards- these can be used with any of the cookie sheet pages. Use these cards to create 1 or 2-step directions activities. (Print, laminate and cut apart.)
— Pronoun Cookie Sheets and corresponding Following Directions Cards. (Print, laminate and cut apart.)
Pages 37-121: Summertime Speech: No-Prep Articulation Activities
—These sheets are great for individual or group sessions, as well as homework carryover. Each sheet elicits 50 or 100 repetitions.
Pages 122-179: Summertime Spinning Speech: No-Prep Phonology Activities
—Use a pencil and paperclip to make a spinner and tackle phonological processes!
Pages 180-181: Summertime Semantics
—These posters are great to have on hand or on your bulletin board to target novel semantic concepts within the summer theme.
Pages 182-189: Cookout, Critters, and Vacation Categories Worksheets
—These activities target the categories of foods, animals, places, and transportation directly. They allow the indirect targeting of all categories as well!
Pages 190-209: Summertime Actions: Cards and Worksheets
—Actions are presented in present progressive and past tense forms. The cards can be used in a memory game or Goldfish-style game. They can also be used in a simple receptive identification or labeling activity. The worksheets are great for use in the session or to send home for carryover!
Pages 210-218: Sunny Synonyms
—Sunny Synonyms can be used in a Goldfish-style game, or “I Have, Who Has” fashion. These also pair nicely with the game board included. If using the game board, students draw a Sunny Synonym card, name a synonym for the card drawn and take their turn. (Dice and game pieces not included.)
Pages 219-225: Summertime Ant-o-nyms
— Summertime Ant-o-nyms can be used in a Goldfish-style game, or “I Have, Who Has” fashion. These also pair nicely with the game board included. If using the game board, students draw a Ant-o-nyms card, name a antonym for the card drawn and take their turn. (Dice and game pieces not included.)
Page 226: Game Board for Sunny Synonyms and Summertime Ant-o-nyms
Pages 227-230: Summer-themed Wh- Questions
— These activities can be completed individually or as a team effort in a group session! These are also great to send home with your students. Where, When, What, and Who pages included.
Pages 231-233: Summer Fun Match-Up: A game of associations
— Children match the appropriate objects and describe how they are associated.
Pages 234-237: Summer-Themed Generative Naming and Actions
— Students list a given number of items and follow the directions to act them out, draw a picture, or play pretend!
Pages 238-240: Summer Holiday Wh- Questions
— Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Father’s Day are a breeze with these wh- sheets! They cover the basics of the holidays and help children to be informed and prepared for the celebrations!
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