Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language

Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
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Winter Sequencing Puzzles are perfect for the time of year, as well as for targeting multiple skills in your speech therapy sessions. Your students can work on sequencing, pronouns, verb tense, vocabulary, articulation carryover, and so much more!

Included in the download:

♥ 8 Color Sequences
♥ 8 Black/White Sequences
♥ 4 Student worksheets

Sequences included: wrapping a gift, baking cookies, building a snowman (2), making instant hot chocolate, make hot chocolate on the stove, cutting down a tree, decorating a tree

I hope that you find these materials helpful in your classroom!

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Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language
Winter Sequencing Puzzles for Speech and Language