Discover and save creative ideas

    More to explore:

    Snowman

    Activities

    Related Pins
    More
    More from this board

    I love quick and easy bulletin board projects! One of my favorite ways to quickly put together a fun and eye-catching bulletin board is to have my students write a poem and create a simple craft to display alongside their writing. This freebie includes:*templates needed to make the winter kids shown above (only three pieces per kid) *In the Winter poetry template*Winter poetry templateUse the included templates to make each kid, and then task your students with adding facial features.

    Enjoy your snow day knowing that you have activities in hand for when you get back! These three worksheets cover attributes, sequencing and categories with a snow day theme. You can even bring snow into the therapy room for the attributes activity and instant hot chocolate/marshmallows to aid with the sequencing.

    *Product updated 11/2/14This {very} mini book study is based on the book 'The Snowy Day' by Ezra Jack Keats.This pack includes:-sorting winter/summer activities {cut and paste activity}-making text-to-self connections {illustrate}-practise with ABC order-a 'Snowy Day' vocabulary word search-a class book writing activity {2 versions are included for differentiation of abilities}See my TPT store for more book studies and FREEBIES!Click here to see more fun and engaging Book Study Packs!Click ...

    Target syllable segmentation and winter vocabulary with this spin on the card game WAR. Students "throw snowballs" (vocabulary cards) and determine who has the word with the most syllables. Watch out for same ranking cards--this means SNOWBALL WAR! You might be interested in this item for Spring: Phonological Processing Activities for Spring Other winter items you might like: Sled Dog Language Activities

    We can't count on snow in NC so I have several faux snow activities up my parka sleeve! This freebie includes five different "snow" activities you can bring into your therapy or classroom as well as two sets of photo sequencing cards for two of the activities.

    These Mini Articulation Books can be used multiple ways. Each mini book includes a picture (for non/ struggling readers), a phrase, a sentence and an expansion question to try and elicit some conversational speech. The words (blue), phrases (red), sentences (green) and expansion questions (purple) are color coded for each card so the student can easily spot the area they are working on.

    I have many students this year struggling with shapes and colors! Trees have a natural "triangle" shape so it's time to learn important concepts while decorating shape trees! With Valentines day just around the corner, I'm excited to offer this free product to work on colors, shapes, following directions, location concepts, prepositional phrases, pre-math concepts or use as an open-ended speech activity.

    Work with students on pronouns he/she and him/her. Print on cardstock and laminate. Cut out he, she, him and her mats, have students read the sentence (or read sentence out loud), then have student choose correct pronoun for the sentence. Place card on the correct pronoun mat.

    Directions: Print the winter snow day picture scenes and the accessory pictures on page 5 on cardstock and laminate for durability (pages 3-4). Cut out the pictures on page 5. Use the snowball fight picture scene with the snowballs. When a student says their speech sounds or speech/language target, they can put a snowball on one of the students.

    Are you counting down the days until the 2014 Winter Olympics? If you're like me you're looking for a way to bring the Olympics into your speech therapy room! This FREE activity packet includes 10 pages. The pages each contain a coloring sheet that ties into winter sports.

    This 7 page document consists of matching cards for mommy and baby arctic animals. Each card has the proper name for the mommy and baby of each animal. Animals include: seal, polar bear, rabbit, orca whale, baluga whale, walrus, fox, deer, moose, and penguin.

    Directions: Print the winter snow day picture scenes and the accessory pictures on page 5 on cardstock and laminate for durability (pages 3-4). Cut out the pictures on page 5. Use the snowball fight picture scene with the snowballs. When a student says their speech sounds or speech/language target, they can put a snowball on one of the students.

    Students can have fun expressing object function with this fun hot chocolate, winter themed activity. 24 cards provided sentence strip included!

    Hello! Thank you for looking at / downloading – Where Is the Snowflake? Two Mini-books to Develop Receptive or Expressive Language, Specifically Use of Positional Concepts. The first book was designed for the students to follow a directive and to glue the snowflake accordingly and the second was created for the students to label the positional concept.

    Have fun listening for absurdities with this fun, winter themed activity! Use these cards with any motivating activity/game!

    1-19-2015: This popular freebie has been revised! Please re-download when you have a chance to see the improvements! Irregular past tense verbs are tricky! They require the act of memorization because they go against all of the normal rules on how to make a verb go into past tense form.

    Students can have fun expressing object function with this fun hot chocolate, winter themed activity. 24 cards provided sentence strip included!

    This game is great for spicing up drill work. It can be used in speech therapy or the general ed. setting. Articulation, synonyms, categorization, sight words, multiplication, you name it! Preparation: Print the card pages on cardstock and laminate for extra durability.

    FREE!!! There are 24 game cards included in this pack. Have students take turns picking a card and naming as many associated word as they can think of that go with the target word. You can play a timed game (how many can you name in 1 minute) or have them get to a specific number (I also try for 5+ associated words).

    This packet is great for a winter unit to teach plurals. It is includes 24 cards with pictures of regular and irregular plurals. These cards can be used to play "go fish" or memory match card. If you download, I would love to hear feedback from you!

    Have fun listening for absurdities with this fun, winter themed activity! Use these cards with any motivating activity/game!

    Winter Emergent Reader for Kindergarten and First Grade (FREE) Snowball Fight is a fun and interactive winter emergent reader that your beginning readers will love! The simple, predictable text focuses on the number words one through ten. On each page with a number word, students are to draw that amount of snowballs in the bucket.

    This craftivity is perfect to complete after you read the story There Was a Cold Lady that Swallowed Some Snow. Build a container after the book activities are complete. I use the container to hold game cards I provide to the students that they later take home and play.

    Directions: Print the winter snow day picture scenes and the accessory pictures on page 5 on cardstock and laminate for durability (pages 3-4). Cut out the pictures on page 5. Use the snowball fight picture scene with the snowballs. When a student says their speech sounds or speech/language target, they can put a snowball on one of the students.

    Here is a cute generic game board to use with your students. Open-ended. Use as a motivator for any task. Tracy W. Morlan M.A. CCC-SLP GoldCountrySLP