**Updated November 2014 - please redownload if you already own!!
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Aligned to common core standards!
The Original packet includes:
4 pages for Concentration - 2 sets of pictures that can be used as a reinforcement activity or use one set of pictures plus the syllable count cards or the initial sound cards and play Concentration to target those skills. (Addresses standards: RF2 and RF3)
Wh- Questions board game - includes game board, tokens, and 28 questions that relate to the story or are winter-related. (Addresses standards: RL1, SL3, L1)
BELL-O (aka BINGO) - includes 4 game boards and 10 calling cards where students must identify an item by its function. (Addresses standard: SL4)
1 sequencing puzzle strip (Addresses standard: W3)
8 phoneme segmentation cards for story words - includes CV(C) and CCV(C) (Addresses standard: RF2)
6 rhyming mats with words from the story and 18 cards to place on the mats. (Addresses standard: RF2)
10 compare and contrast question cards. (Addresses standard RL9)
Race to the Tree reinforcement game.
11 pages of articulation cards!! 108 articulation cards - 18 of each /f, v, s, z, l, r/
6 pages of blank cards to create your own target activities - great for customizing articulation sounds, sight words, synonym/antonyms, rhyming words, categories, etc.
**The ADD-ON file includes:
Page 2: Initial sound cards/worksheet – fill in the missing sound. Leave as worksheet or cut all cards apart.
Page 3: Syllable touch cards/worksheet. Leave as worksheet or cut all cards apart.
Page 4 “I have, Who has” – for story sequencing. Cut apart all cards. Deal cards to all students. Whoever has the “start” card begins, whoever has “Santa” and the “I win” star wins the game.
Pages 5-7: Before/after story comprehension – great for sequencing. Cut page 5 into two strips and line up the pictures so they are in sequential order. Cut pages 6 and 7 into cards (each card should have a direction, picture, and arrow).
Pages 8-16: Following directions + pronoun (he, she, him, her), adjective, and plurals. Can be used with Story Cards (from original packet) in addition to “tree” cards to differentiate depending on target skill. Cut apart the Old Lady from the Santa. Cut apart tree cards. Cut apart direction cards “1” and object cards “2” (pages 11-16). Have students flip over a “1” and “2” card, present them with answer choices (2-4 cards including the answer and foils), and ask them to follow the directions.
Pages 17-19: Following 2-step Directions – (page 17) “first…, then…” directions, (page 18) “Before you point to …, point to …,” (page 19) “After you point to …, point to ….” Cut all cards apart.
Pages 20-23: Past and Future verbs fill in the blank. Pages 20 and 21 (Old Lady’s) are regular past and future fill-ins, pages 22-23 (bells) are irregular past and regular future fill-ins. Cut all cards apart. Ask students to complete the sentence with the correct tense of the verb given.
Pages 24-25: “What’s Different” worksheets. Identify which picture in the row is different from the others. Page 24 is easy, page 25 is harder. Leave page whole as a worksheet.
Pages 26-27: “Which one is the Same” worksheets. Identify which picture in the row is the same as the first picture. Page 26 is easy, page 27 is harder. Leave page whole as a worksheet.
Pages 28-32: Mini-book. Cut each page in half. It is not recommended that these pages be printed on cardstock nor get laminated – print as many copies of this activity as needed. Suggested use to give as homework. Ask students to draw pictures that go with the text on each page. Page 32 includes an “I can” statement for kindergarten.
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*Note this product does not include the original story book. That can be purchased separately in stores or online.
*Key words: Winter, Christmas, Old Lady, Bell, Language, Literacy, RtI, artic, articulation, Lucille Colandro, Jared Lee, book companion, speech language therapy, special education, December