Use this game with your students during the month of November to target social skills relating to Thanksgiving Day.
How to: Students will take turns picking up playing cards with social situations related to Thanksgiving. Each card is worth a
Teach your students social skills relating to the Christmas Holiday with this fun game!
How to: Students will take turns picking up playing cards with social situations related to Christmas. Each card is worth a certain number of stockings. If the
Students will take turns picking up playing cards with social situations related to Halloween. Each card is worth a certain number of pumpkins. If the student comments correctly, they can keep their card. When all the cards are used, students will
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Christmas Social Skills Game: Students will take turns picking up playing cards with social situations related to Christmas. Each card is worth a certain number of stockings. If the student comments correctly, they can keep
This postings gives you information on how to create a fall sensory bin for your classroom or therapy room. I have included Who, What, Where, When, and Why questions for you to ask your student as they explore the bin.
This activity contains 16 paired fall vocabulary terms that your students can compare and contrast verbally or in writing. The students will work on expanding their expressive language skills by describing how each pair of items is similar and
This activity will work on improving your students’ memory skills and expressive language skills. Read the shopping lists or holiday recipes to your students. Lists and recipes will contain 4 items. Students are to repeat back all items
This activity targets students that omit the –ed ending of regular past tense verbs in sentences. The teacher/therapist can read the sentences in the present tense and then have the students conjugate the sentences into the past tense. The
Use this fun open-ended game during your articulation therapy. The students can pick cards and say their word or sentence as many times as shown on the card. Add up all the numbers at the end of the game to determine the winner. Great game for
Speech-Language Pathologists are very busy! Use these fun door signs to tell the people in your school where you are!
Print these signs on cardstock, laminate, and add a clothes pin to indicate your location.
Included: 1 fall colored sign, 1
Use this free data collection sheet during your November Speech/Language Therapy sessions!
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