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Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity

Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
Winter Snowy Day Picture scenes: An Open-ended Reinforcer Activity
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Winter season is always a great language theme to use in speech therapy or in the classroom. These winter snowy day picture scenes are a great open ended activity. Use it as a behavior chart and once the student earns all of the snow balls, they can earn a game or preferred activity. Have students practice follow directions with the picture scene and people! This can also be a great visual support to create a story or oral narrative with key story elements. For young learners, you can work on naming winter vocabulary as well as winter clothes and weather during the winter!


Directions: Print the winter snow day picture scenes and the accessory pictures on page 5 on cardstock and laminate for durability (pages 3-4). Cut out the pictures on page 5.

Use the snowball fight picture scene with the snowballs. When a student says their speech sounds or speech/language target, they can put a snowball on one of the students. Once all the kids get hit with snowballs, the activity is over!

Use the snowy day scene with the kids on page 5. Adhere velcro if you want the kids to stick better on the paper. Have the students fill the page with kids playing in the snow. Students can describe the kids actions and outfits, follow directions with spatial concepts, use speech fluency strategies to make sentences and/or just a reinforcer to help a student stay motivated while practicing their speech sounds.

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6 pages
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