A hybrid interactive board game companion based off two favorite board games: Trouble and Sorry! Use with a dice or spinner (spinner is included in this purchase*). I put the word "sorry" on my spinner so that my students could have the option to
Update 5/22: Now includes Boom Card Version AND a spinner!This is a game of luck and is similar to the board game “Snail’s Pace Race”. To start, have your students pick a snail that they think will win the race. On their turn, the students will roll
Speech Therapy, St. Patrick's Day, Special Education
Not Grade Specific
Internet Activities, Games, PowerPoint Presentations
Calling all pirates! Use this game as a reinforcer for any therapy activity! To get started, choose your game piece at the bottom of the gameboard and move it to "start". Use a spinner or dice to move forward on the board. If you land on a space
This bundle contains my best-selling Monsters following multi-step directions products! Each deck has 56 slides (except Build-A-Bakery which has 46) for a total of 214 slides to target 2-3 step directions. Growing bundle complete as of 8/3/20!
Students must decide which item does not belong from a field of 4, drag it to the box, and then explain why by using the word "because" and choosing an explanation from a field of 3. Great for kids who have trouble explaining their reasoning!
With this deck your students can design their very own vehicle! Students can choose from three types of cars (big car, little car, and truck) in a variety of colors. After choosing their car and color, students will get to add accessories to
Need engaging resources for your students working on articulation carry-over and generalization of sounds? This resource contains 40 jokes containing R in mixed positions. After each joke, your student can rank how funny they thought it was by
This product includes 3 tic-tac-toe boards for each sound position, equaling 27 words per sound position (one board with 1-syllable words, 2-syllable words, and 2-3 syllable words when possible). Sounds included: L, L blends, R (vocalic &
This deck is perfect for those students who have difficulty determining what a question is asking! Includes:Teaching Page to explain "who", "what", and "where" (matches the colors on my WH question visuals resource found here:
**Growing Bundle Complete as of 5/20 @ 10pm :) This is a growing bundle of my compare & contrast boom cards used to work on articulation carry-over at the structured conversation level (with the added bonus of working on language skills too)!
This product includes 3 tic-tac-toe boards for each sound, equaling 27 words per sound (one board with 1-syllable words, 2-syllable words, and 2-3 syllable words). Sounds included: L initial, medial, final, L blends, and L mixed positions;
This deck is a story companion for one of my favorite winter books: Sneezy the Snowman! Great for kids working on expressive and receptive language skills including (but not limited to): sequencing, story retell, describing, categories, requesting,
Can you find your R sounds? Click a door to open it and see if your word is hiding behind it! No need to drag, each door will open with a click! When you open the correct door, the slide includes the patterned sentence "I found the ____ behind the
Work on Possessive S and one-step directions with this super fun interactive boom cards deck! Answer questions about who an item belongs to and then follow the direction that comes next! (e.g. "Whose bone is it? It's the ______ bone". Give the bone
English Language Arts, Speech Therapy, Special Education
This deck is great for social skills groups or establishing rapport with new clients! Includes:-Explanation/directions page-Visual cues for asking questions and making comments (click the question mark icon at to navigate to that page at any time)-5
Visuals to help students grasp the concept of who, what, what-doing, where, and when. This is an updated version from the one on my previous TPT account!*These images were created through the use of Boardmaker:Tobii Dynavox2100 Wharton StreetSuite
Find out which animals belong in each habitat and drag them to the scene! Includes: farm, ocean, savannah, forest, artic, desert, beach, pond, and jungle. Great for younger kids working on categories and where questions!
These silly dogs are up to no good! They need your help to tell them what they can and can't do/eat/play with, etc. My little learners (especially those with language delays, apraxia, and autism) love the repetitive language in this deck ("no, no
Includes all current Lucky Door Articulation products at a discount and all future sounds will be included for free! The price will go up as new sounds are added so get it while the price is low! :) The sounds included so far (based on my own
Use these compare & contrast cards to work on articulation at the structured conversation level (with the added bonus of working on language skills at the same time)! Sentence frames are included to encourage students to use complete sentences