This packet includes the following language support activities. Great for individual or group therapy sessions. After reading Room on the Broom, students use clothes pins to mark the correct response to the ‘wh’question. Print out the “wh” cards on
Use this game to support language and articulation. Use the cards or dice to play. I like to use dice and have my students produce their articulation sounds for each number on the die, or answer wh questions about the book.
I've been using the co articulation method to elicit /r/ in the final position and really wanted a good visual for my students to use. I created these sheets to use during /r/ drilling and as a warm up before reading /r/ heavy text.
These taco minimal pairs are perfect when reading Dragons Love Tacos. My students really enjoyed using red play doe to smash spicy salsa on each taco as they said the minimal pairs. You could also cut them out and feed the tacos to a stuffed dragon
This packet includes a short brochure style explanation of Dia De Los Muertos and a pronoun activity that focuses on building offrendas. There is plenty of opportunity for both receptive and expressive pronoun use. The first two pages of the packet
Sort the items between Sleepy Synonym Llama and Alert Antonym Llama. Students color and cut out items and attached them to the blank llamas. There is also a sheet of bonus synonyms that they can write llama themed sentences with.
This resource is not classroom/therapy related, but it has been a big help in my home, so I wanted to share. I have always prided myself on my classroom management skills. I find ways to motivate positive behavior with positive supports. I focus on