This packet contains a variety of speech/language activities with a tea party theme. The activities are designed for children with a pre-k/K language level. Here’s a detailed look at the activities in this packet:
Tea party mats: 4 different teddy bear tea party mats so that your students can pretend to have a tea party. There are manipulative pieces on page 7 that you can use with the tea party mats.
Following directions cards: 1-2 step direction cards that you can use with the manipulative pieces on page 7 and the teddy bear tea party mats on pages 3-6. 48 cards.
Teddy bear sentence frame: Sentence frame board with the structure “The (color) bear has (food).
Tea party sentence frame: Tea party mats with the sentence frames “I want the _____.” and “Do you want the _____?” Use the manipulative pieces on pages 16-17 to have a tea party and the pieces on page 18 to complete the sentence frames.
Which one is different?: Students identify the picture on each card that is different. You can also have your students explain why the picture is different. 20 cards.
More/Fewer practice: Students identify the bear that has “more” or “fewer” of a certain food item. 16 cards. Use the sentence frames on pages 28-29 with this activity.
Speech practice: Words that could be associated with a tea party sorted by syllable structure- includes CV, VC, CVC, CVCV, CVCVC words. 42 cards.
Adjective practice: Students choose the adjective that best describes a certain tea party item. 20 cards.
Similarities/differences: Students state a similarity and difference between 2 tea party items. 12 cards.
Open-ended dot pages: 3 open-ended dot pages that can be used with dot markers, tokens, or bingo chips.
Activity Created by Lauren Laur, CCC-SLP