This packet includes over 350 cards for practicing grammar skills! Targeted structures include:
*3rd person singular verbs
*subjective and objective pronouns
*possessives (pronouns and 's)
Seventy-two (72!) cards of each type are
Two of my bestsellers (Fix-A-Sentence 1 and Fix-A-Sentence 2), together at last! This money-saving bundle includes OVER 700 cards for practicing grammar skills. Targeted structures include:
*3rd person singular verbs
If you liked my first Fix-A-Sentence Activity, you'll love this new installment! Over 350 BRAND NEW stimulus cards for practicing even more of those tricky grammar skills!
Targeted structures include:
*irregular plurals (targeting
Tongue twisters are a fun and entertaining way to encourage carryover of targeted sounds in speech. This game adds a bit of a competitive element for your groups that love games, while still encouraging tons of quality repetitions for articulation
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This activity is a three-for-one: two receptive language activities and an open-ended game. All feature these sweet, adorable
This is a twist on the classic "dots game" (remember, the one where you try to complete the square?), with an articulation word between each dot pair. Say the word as you cross through it, and try to complete more squares than your opponent!
This is the holiday version of my popular Guess My Cupcake activity (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Guess-My-Cupcake-Two-of-the-Sweetest-Receptive-Language-Activities-Around-1076800)!
It's a three-for-one: two receptive language
These adorable woodland creatures are here to help you plan excellent mixed-group speech and language sessions!
-one open-ended board game
-one barrier game
-stimulus cards for grammar, articulation, prepositions, and WH questions
Lilo the Ladybug's friends have all come out to celebrate her birthday! Who came? And what presents will Lilo receive? Find out in this activity!
This item is designed to help teach the difference between "who" and "what" questions for students
Bacon makes everything better, including speech & language!
This is a fun open-ended card game that is sure to be a hit with your students. Instructions are included on the cover page. You can use this game with virtually any skill or as a
Here is an Easter version of my popular Guess My Cupcake and Guess My Gingerbread Cookie activities (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Guess-My-Cupcake-Two-of-the-Sweetest-Receptive-Language-Activities-Around-1076800 and
This is a twist on the classic "dots game" (remember, the one where you try to complete the square?), with a word between each dot pair. Give a synonym, definition, or the past tense of the word as you cross through it (among other tasks), and try
Our friend Anna is about to have a super fun day! Use her schedule to teach where and when questions to your students. Twelve questions (six of each type) are included in a worksheet format--no laminating required!
This item uses my color-coded
This simple, no-frills worksheet includes 10 statements including both a time and a place. Each is followed by one when question and one where question. This can be used for teaching the difference between when and where, pre-assessment, homework,
This is a simple yet motivating game that can be used with any skill (sight words, fluency strategies, articulation practice, etc). Grab a six-sided die, print these adorable snowy owls out, and you're good to go. Instructions are included. Have fun
Here is another simple, no-frills worksheet for targeting some of the more difficult WH questions: where, when, and why. This worksheet includes 10 statements containing a time, a place and a reason; each statement is followed by two different