Products with `basic concepts` Tag

I Spy Concepts with Clues (PDF)

A set of 4 game boards for playing I Spy with a visual representation (drawing) of each concept. Designed as an activity for children in the car, the game focuses on finding concepts easily found from a car window. It provides an area to draw the item that matches each concept in each ...

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I Spy Concepts without Clues (PDF)

A set of 4 game boards for playing I Spy without a visual representation for each concept. Designed as an activity for children in the car, the game focuses on finding concepts easily found from a car window. It provides an area to draw the item that matches each concept in each box ...

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There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow: Book Companion

This cold lady has some wintertime fun in store for speech therapy students. Included in this packet:

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Tissue Box Cold Lady - A cold lady and a step-by-step tutorial on how to make her out of a tissue box is included, as well as story cards. Perfect for sequencing the ...

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Companion worksheets for "I Have a Pet"

Interested in cutting down on more prep time for preschool group circle? Here are a set of varying worksheets that can be used in conjunction with "I Have a Pet" or as homework activities.

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Spring Into Preschool Language Packet

Spring is the perfect time for cute animals and blooming flowers. Help preschool language skills bloom using the skills in this packet.

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Moo Quack What Was That?

Mooo, Quack...What was that? A fun book for preschoolers, this is a book to teach farm animals, questions, and negation to young children. In a repetitive, sing-song style, this book provides expectation for answers and multiple opportunities to practice the same skills. Perfect for group circle in a developmental or early intervention preschool!

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Moo Quack What Was That Activities

Planning a farm theme for developmental preschool or early intervention? Need some ideas for group circle and homework? Check out this companion to the book Moo Quack What Was That to target basic concepts and animal to sound associations.

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Articles with `basic concepts` Tag

The Kitchen: recipes for language development

The kitchen is a great place to work on speech skills in a practical, hands on way. One way to work on language is to have your child help put away clean dishes by following directions (ex. "Put the plates in the cupboard, then the forks in the drawer".) More...

Car activities

Practicing language can be as simple as spending time talking in the car. Daily work can be finished before you even get home. For receptive language difficulties, simply talking to your child about items you pass while driving. If your child is working on actions, focus on actions you do and see while driving, like a dog running or someone eating. More...

Up Up Down Down (Receptive)

*Up, Up, Down, Down* is a game I created for kids to burn some energy during those transition times that frequently occur during during a preschool program. More...

Summertime picnics

The call of the outdoors can be intense during nice weather. Taking speech outside is a fun way to have a change of scene and enjoy the park or backyard. Start this activity by talking with your child about what happens on a picnic. Better yet More...

Forts

What kid doesn't like building forts? One of my favorite memories from my childhood is building forts using sheets, the dining room table, and chairs. Not only is fort building a fun activity, it segues easily into many animal units taught by SLPs or preschool programs. More...

Langauge in the summer sun

Summer can bring about excitement about being outside, but this excitement can quickly lead to dreams of a dip in some water.Language can be incorporated into these hot times with a paintbrush, a cup of water, and some imagination. Find a clear spot of sidewalk or the driveway to paint on. More...

Home Prepositions

Using toys can be a great way to work on prepositions, but being silly and using your bodies can be even better! More...

Toss and Talk for Langauge

Some days, sitting speech therpay just isn't going to work. A simple solution is to transform therapy into a more active session. To do this, we grab a bouncy ball and a permanent marker. More...

Box Monster Craft

What's more fun than making crafts? How about a monster? We can combine the two into a fun language based activity (and can later use it for quick speech sessions). Box monsters are a pretty easy craft, and lend themselves to personal creativity. Following directions, basic concepts, and even actions are language targets that connect with this activity. More...

Following the leader

Following directions activities often center on making food or miscellaneous chores around the house. One way to increase the fun while following directions is by playing a childhood favorite game: Follow the Leader. More...

Halloween Language Activities

Sometimes you want to incorporate language learning into a festive activity. Here are a few ideas to focus on language while getting into the Halloween spirit. More...

Halloween spiderwebs

Spiders, spiders everywhere! A Halloween staple, spiders inspire shrieks, yet a fascination. I typically involve spiders in my preschool insect unit, which are a hit with the kids, but spiders also work with Halloween. More...

Scarecrow idioms packets and freebie!

My latest products are all idiom related! Here is preview of my Fall Idioms Packet. This packet contains 48 idioms - some fall/Thanksgiving related and some everyday idioms. Each idiom card has a scarecrow (4 designs) for a fall theme. More...

The Guin Penguins

I'm excited to announce my newest graphics - The Guins! The Guin's are a lovable family of penguins who enjoy their wintertime activities, be it ice fishing, skating, or taking walks. More...

Go-to Ideas for Preschool Group Circle

New to running a language group circle? Need some quick ideas for group circle? Here are some easy, go-to ideas that can be modified for almost any language group circle for preschool students. More...

Spring for (Preschool) Language

Spring has sprung! Well, for some of us. Even if it hasn't fully sprung into action, it's not too early to prepare for spring with a new language packet. Announcing: Spring into Preschool Language! This is a packet that works for preschool and early elementary (K-1) language targets. More...