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Synonyms and Antonyms Worksheets

Printable synonym and antonym worksheets to use for your classroom or homeschool.

5th Grade Worksheets: Synonyms are Fun. For when my cousins want to play school.

Each sentence on this third grade reading worksheet has a highlighted word, and kids write in a synonym for the word to complete the sentence.

Worksheets: Context Clues: Word Mystery. Context clues are one spot in reading where my students flail about like they're drowning. DLR?

Context clues worksheets help your child read between the lines. Try this context clues worksheet with your young reader to help him infer based on text.

A common goal in speech therapy is to increase MLU or use longer phrases. Mean Length of Utterance is the average number of words used each time a child talks. If the child usually talks in two words at a time like “More milk” and “Go up” then the child has an MLU of 2.… Read More Get ’em Talking: Language Prompting

A common goal in speech therapy is to increase MLU or use longer phrases. Mean Length of Utterance is the average number of words used each time a child talks. If the child usually talks in two words at a time like “More milk” and “Go up” then the child has an MLU of 2.… Read More Get ’em Talking: Language Prompting

Top 10 Red Flags For Language Delays - Sweet Southern Speech. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/

What is the number one red flag for poor language skills? Read on to find this and other crucial warning signs. Recently I spoke to my school elementary staff about red flags to be aware of for exp…

the peachie speechie: Eliciting /k/ and /g/

the peachie speechie: Eliciting /k/ and /g/. This is a fun technique to use during speech therapy! If not cereal, for us in Hawaii maybe a little rice….

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Take a look at the best purple wedding makeup in the photos below and get ideas for your wedding! Maquillage – Make up Image source LOVE this one – the drama and the shimmer and the PURPLE! would accent my… Continue Reading →