Thanksgiving Language Activities for Speech Therapy

Susan Berkowitz
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Grade Levels
K - 5th, Homeschool
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55 pages
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Have fun in your Thanksgiving season speech therapy sessions with these Thanksgiving language activities. This resource will engage your students and clients with the Thanksgiving holiday as they learn new vocabulary and language skills. Thanksgiving themed language activities for speech therapy provide engaging activities for multiple targets.

Routines are excellent opportunities to build language skills. Students become comfortable with the vocabulary as these thematic activities are repeated.

This resource provides vocabulary practice, sequencing, an interactive book, Wh questions, and a game, to maximize the opportunities for language building.

In this resource you will find:

• 36 picture vocabulary cards (with text labels)

• an interactive book about Thanksgiving, with symbols to match to each page

• 6 Thanksgiving-themed scenes with Wh-questions & datasheet

  • plus 18 Thanksgiving themed picture cards with Wh-questions

• a predictable writing activity

• 3 sequences about making pie, cooking turkey, & setting the table (3 & 4 steps)

• a game board with spinner and 35 question cards; students answer questions to earn menu items for their Thanksgiving table

• 2 printable matching worksheets

  • Great for mixed groups and for multiple sessions of language-building therapy.
  • Send the interactive book home for carryover of vocabulary and background knowledge.
  • Use the cards to play fun language games.
  • Practice answering Who, What, What doing, When and Where questions.
  • Use sequences to create short narratives and build expressive language skills.

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You might also like the other resources in this series; such as I Can Wash the Car!

and Eating at a Restaurant.

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55 pages
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