Keep your students engaged all winter long with these speech and language activities
Picture and Text Cards
36 2"x2" (17 winter picture cards, 17 matching text cards, 2 adorably illustrated "happy winter" cards). Suggested activities include picture-to-word matching, picture-to-picture matching, "Winter Bingo" or "Winter Go-Fish"
See and Write Winter Vocabulary Worksheet
This worksheet contains the same pictures introduced in the activity cards. It makes for wonderful follow up task.
Cut and paste winter sentences
2 worksheets (a) boy building a snowman and (b) girl drinking hot chocolate. At the bottom of each picture are scrambled words. Encourage students to cut the words and build a simple sentence.
Answer "wh" questions
3 worksheets each depicting illustrations of a child engaging in a winter activity (throwing a snowball, building a snowman , drinking cocoa) with a simple sentence beside the illustration. Below each picture sentence are simple "who?" "did what? "where?"and "when?" questions.
Ask "wh" questions
2 workheets each depicting kids engaging in a winter activity (girl riding a sled and boys throwing snowballs) Below each picture are "wh" words prompting students to formulate their own questions.
Encourage student to write their favorite winter word or draw a picture inside the snowflake cut out. Suggestion: Have several students complete the activity, and use as part of a winter scene bulletin board.
Snowball-Shaped Mini Book
Included are a title page (I Sense Winter by _______) and 9 snowball shaped writing prompts encouraging students to explore their environment using the five senses ("In the winter I see________" "In the winter I can touch__________" etc). A blank snowball and blank template are included as well.
Build CVC Words File Folder and Worksheet
Students match words on scarves to hats with pictures of CVC words. The words on the scarves are cut into 3 pieces to encourage the student to think about each sound as they create a scarf to match each hat.
Build words with S Blends File Folder and Worksheets
Students match words on scarves to hats with pictures of words that begin with /s blends/. The words on the scarves are cut into 2 pieces to encourage the student to think about each sound as they create a scarf to match each hat.
Where's the Snowflake? File Folder and Follow-Up Worksheets
Everything you need to create an interactive activity that will encourage students to formulate sentences incorporating prepositions "on" "next to" "between" and "under". 2 follow-up worksheets are included each come in color and black and white.
NEW! Sequencing cards and followup "How To" writing
4 sets of cards (4 steps each) featuring the following topics
1. Getting ready to go out in the Snow
2. Making hot chocolate
3. Riding a sled
4. Building a snowman.
Each set is accompanied by a worksheet that features black and white illustrations of the cards, cut and paste sentences for students to place in order as well as sequence words "first" "next" "then" and "finally". The cards are 2.96x4.14" inches.
NEW! Build a Snowman Puzzle
A file folder activity that will support a variety of language skills. Includes snowman outline, snowballs, choice of 3 scarves, 3 hats, 3 sets of button eyes (blue, orange and black), twig arms, a carrot nose and an illustrated file folder label. This puzzle is also sold seperately here
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