Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension

Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
Winter Games for Speech Therapy | Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening Comprehension
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Looking for a fun, easy way to target language activities with your older students in speech therapy this winter? Look no further!

This unit includes a set of almost 100 task cards targeting areas of vocabulary, listening, and grammar. The task cards can be used for 2 different games: Race to the Top and Scavenger Hunt Bingo

Vocabulary Task Cards

- labeling/naming

- object functions

- word associations

- categories

- synonyms and antonyms

- multiple meanings

- homonyms

- context clues

- WH questions

- analogies

- figurative language

- prefixes and suffixes

Listening Task Cards

- phonemic awareness (syllables, rhyming, isolation, addition, deletion, manipulation)

- word and sentence repetition

- sentence comprehension (1-3 sentences)

- inferences

Grammar Task Cards

- sentence creation/word order

- subject verb agreement

- active/passive verbs

- plurals

- verb tenses

- irregular past tense verbs

- parts of speech

Race to the Top

Up to 5 students can play this open ended game using 1 stimulus sheet. Choose from 10 winter objects. Each time a question is answered correctly, the student colors, stamps, etc... one winter object. The first student to the top wins!

Scavenger Hunt Bingo

The task cards are leveled between 1-3, identified by the number of winter objects in the lower righthand corner. 10 different winter objects are used in the labeling. Each student is given a bingo board. 3 different boards are provided in 3 difficulty levels. The 10 winter objects are provided as cards - print as many as you need for your students. Each time a student answers a task card correctly, they collect the number of winter objects designated on the card. As they collect a certain number of each object (between 1-3) they will be able to mark off the corresponding space on their bingo board. ("You gathered 2 mugs!") The first student to fill their board, wins!

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Need more for vocab? I've got you covered! You check out individual units for a variety of vocabulary skills aligned to the language processing hiearchy (including word finding/labeling!) in my store: NAMING, ASSOCIATIONS, OBJECT FUNCTION, CATEGORIES, SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS, COMPARING & CONTRASTING, MULTIPLE MEANING WORDS, and HOMOPHONES.

Want additional activities to target these skills? I've got you covered!

Practice following directions/comprehension with ASSOCIATIONS, CATEGORIES, and SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS.

Work on a variety of language processing skills with these TASK CARDS or with this BASKETBALL GAME.

Want to quick and informally assess vocabulary and language processing skills? Check out this quick and easy LANGUAGE BASELINE.

And of course, you can get all of my vocabulary activities and units in the VOCAB BUNDLE!

Need more for comprehension? Check out my listening/vocabulary combo FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS GAMES: ASSOCIATIONS, CATEGORIES, and SYNONYMS/ANTONYMS.

Also, take a look at my TOOLS FOR COMPREHENSION, 4 SENTENCE COMPREHENSION STORIES, 150 LISTENING TASK CARDS, and LISTENING COMPREHENSION BASKETBALL GAME!

All my comprehension activities are available in my COMPREHENSION BUNDLE and in my MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL BUNDLE.

You'll also find comprehension components in all of my BLACK HISTORY MONTH NON-FICTION UNITS, MIDDLE SCHOOL SHORT STORIES, ARTICULATION STORIES.

Interested in more for grammar? Review basic parts of speech with my PARTS OF SPEECH DEFINITION WORD WALLand provide more examples of the parts of speech in context with CONJUNCTIONS, PREPOSITIONS, RELATIVE PRONOUNS/ADJECTIVES, and VERBALS. Check out my WORKSHEETS FOR CREATING SENTENCES and COMPLEX SENTENCES UNIT.

Also, see my freebies for ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE and SENTENCE STRUCTURE.

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A Happy Learner provides materials & resources developed by an ASHA Certified Speech-Language Pathologist in her 6th year working in the public school system. During these 6 years, she has worked with students ranging from Pre-K to High School. With an initial placement in a 6th-8th grade middle school setting, developing materials for older students remains a passion. When not working or creating, you'll probably find her reading fantasy fiction, drinking a cuppa, or planning her next adventure abroad.

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