Keep your kiddos busy all season long with this winter speech and language MEGA bundle! These winter-themed activities cover a multitude of skills in +200 pages. Areas covered include: articulation, receptive and expressive language, following directions, pronouns, plural nouns, irregular verbs, clothing concepts, categories, rhyming, wh- questions and much more!! Also included is my All About Winter: Interactive Book!
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Pages 4-66: Print-and-Go Articulation. Phonemes include: m, p, b, t, d, n, g, k, f, v, r, l, s, z, sh, ch, j, th, vocalic r, r-blends, s-blends, l-blends.
Pages 67-69: Winter Words Language Lists. Print and hang on bulletin boards or around your room. These can also be used during lessons for semantic activities. Use with my Word Web freebie to explore and build vocabulary.
Pages 70-101: Winter Dress Me: Clothing Concepts, Pronouns & Following Directions.
-Receptive and Expressive Identification of Clothing Cookie Sheet Pages- students can select clothing of their choice according
to the list provided or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing. (Print, laminate and attach magnets to back.)
-Expressive Identification of Clothing Cookie Sheet Pages- students can select clothing of their choice and label the clothing
pieces or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing. (Print, laminate and attach magnets to back.)
-Following Directions Cards- these can be used with any of the cookie sheet pages. Use these cards to create 1 or 2-step directions activities. (Print, laminate and cut apart.)
-Pronoun Cookie Sheets and corresponding Following Directions Cards (Print, laminate and cut apart.)
-Individual Pieces of Clothing (Print, laminate, cut, and attach magnets to back.)
Pages 102-115: “I Have, Who Has” Rhyming Cards. These cards can be used to play a “Goldfish” style game. The player with the most pairs at the end wins. Be on the look out for the trick cards with words that do not rhyme! If you have a group of more than 2-3 players, you can print two decks. Print double sided, laminate, and cut.
Pages 116-125: Rhyming Word Cards. These cards can be used as a level up version of “I Have, Who Has.”
Instead of providing both rhyming words, one is provided. One student will ask for a card that rhymes with their own, while their peers must identify if their cards rhyme with the requested card or not. Print double sided, laminate, and cut.
Pages 126-128: Rhyming Right Through Winter Worksheets. These are create for independent activities and to send home for homework. Print and go!
Pages 129-134: Winter Short Stories with Wh- Comprehension Questions. These stories are fun and winter themed in varying complexity.
Pages 135-144: “What’s Going On?,” “What Happened?,” and “Happy Winter Happenings” Worksheets. These worksheets are great for group activities, comprehension checks and homework. They can also be sent back to the classroom with students. These are no-prep so just click print and get to work!
Pages 145-155: Verb Cards. Present tense, present progressive, and past tense winter-themed verbs as well as a cover for each deck and an “All done. What happened?” card. These cards can be used in many different ways to teach the three verb forms. They can be assembled on one ring, presenting all three forms of the verb progressively. They can also be assembled on three separate rings and presented side by side. Use the “All done. What happened?” card to prompt past tense.
Pages 156-158: Verb Game Board and Dice. This fun game is a great way to target verbs while simply having fun. Use any game pieces and the dice provided to move your way through the game board. (4 dice included.)
Pages 159-168: All About Winter: Interactive Book. The book explains seasons, traditions, fall holidays, and what you might see and do during the winter season.
Pages 169-184: Build a Snowman Cookie Sheet Pages, Following Directions Cards and Individual Pieces of Clothing. Students can select clothing of their choice or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing. Following Direction cards can be used to create multi-step directions activities or provide one step at a time. These are great for students working on following a task from beginning to end. Attach magnets to the back of the clothing pieces.
Pages 185-191: Winter Categories Spin-Off. Use a pencil and paper clip to spin the snowman spinner. Find a picture that matches the category to color until all pictures are colored.
Pages 192-204: Super Snowball Sort. Cut out all the snowballs and sort into their buckets based on their category.
Pages 205-214: Winter Plural Nouns. Use the cards to teach both regular and irregular plural nouns. Send the worksheets home for carryover or use in therapy to test comprehension.
Pages 215-217: Winter Wonderland Game Boards. Use any game markers and dice to make any activity fun!
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