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If you and your students like ice cream then you’re going to LOVE this multi-level, multi-activity language packet!! I had so much fun creating this summer themed packet which can be used during National Ice Cream Month in July---or any time you feel the inspiration to bring a little sweetness into your therapy sessions!!
(This product is entirely themed around ice cream related vocabulary)
In this packet you will find the following target areas addressed:
Spatial Sundae Sentences LEVEL 1-- Cut out the pictures and words and have student arrange them on the sentence frame after you ask them to describe the location of various items on the
“Where is It?”menu together.
Spatial Sundae Sentences LEVEL 2-- Cut out the pictures and words and have student arrange them on the sentence frame. The sentences for this level are lengthier/more complex as the student is required to determine two locations for various objects and construct an appropriate sentence to reflect that location.
AUDITORY MEMORY/LISTENING/DESCRIBING SKILLS—
Game 1: Can I take your Order?
6 Cards for Levels 1,2,3---Player 1 or therapist acts as the waiter/waitress and asks “Can I take your order?” Player 2 (or therapist) chooses an appropriately leveled card and must describe the “order.” Player 1 must recall and repeat the order accurately.
Game 2: Build a Scoop:
Player picks one of these cards to start. To build a sundae or cone, follow the description on the card. (ie. “Build a double scoop with one topping.”) Shuffle together the rest of the cards Look out for the cherries! You may lose or gain a scoop or topping when you draw one. The player to build the most sundaes/cones is the winner!
Using the Venn diagrams, write or discuss the similarities and differences between the items presented on each page. To make these more user friendly, slide the sheets into clear plastic page protectors and use a dry erase marker to write in your students responses. You can easily wipe off the clear plastic and it will be ready to use the next time.
SENTENCE BUILDING WITH NOUNS & ADJECTIVES—
”Build a Descriptive Sentence Sundae”
Cut out the pink ice cream pictures and blue adjectives. Form good descriptive sentences by moving the picture cards and word cards into the correct spaces. Read your sentence aloud. i.e.: The ice cream sandwich is chocolaty and sticky.
Includes 3 sorting mats for “cold” “sweet” “creamy” synonyms/antonyms and 3 pages of synonyms/antonyms (36 cards total) . Find the appropriate topping (vocabulary word) that belongs. Use each mat separately with the set of synonyms/antonyms provided or lay out all the mats and mix all the “topping cards” together to make the sorting/identification task more challenging.
3 story starter pages. Use the story starter to write a descriptive ice cream story. Utilize the adjectives, synonyms/antonyms, and other resources in this packet as reference in this culminating activity.
A collectible recipe card for banana ice cream!
You can find the entire recipe post—including colored pictures for this recipe by visiting HERE