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Grammar: Regular Plural Noun Flash Cards (Set 2)

These flash cards require the child to provide the regular plural form of a given noun.  There are three sets of cards.  This is the second set!
  • Set 1: add -s (e.g., cat -- cats)
  • Set 2: add -es (e.g., bunch -- bunches)
  • Set 3: take away -y and add -ies (e.g., party -- parties)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzxZN2dBj1s-bnUzNEVjOXY0REk/edit
Set 3 coming up soon!


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Grammar: Regular Plural Noun Flash Cards (Set 1)

These flash cards require the child to provide the regular plural form of a given noun.  There are three sets of cards:
  • Set 1: add -s (e.g., cat -- cats)
  • Set 2: add -es (e.g., bunch -- bunches)
  • Set 3: take away -y and add -ies (e.g., party -- parties)
Sets 2 and 3 coming up soon!

Following Temporal Directions: Winter Theme

It's beginning to look a lot like... WINTER!  I tried to make these before/after directions less "Christmas" and more "Winter" but I just can't help how excited I am about Christmas this year!  It's my baby girl's first Christmas ever!!!  So I apologize to those of you who can't use these in public schools or other settings if they are too Christmas-y.  I can make another one with just cold weather related items (scarves, boots, mittens, etc) if someone requests that.  Maybe with baby blue and gray colors?
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzxZN2dBj1s-TFpOOVBHaEN2ZE0/edit 
Download the winter temporal directions here!
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Articulation: G Sentence Flash Cards

Here is the first of three sets of /g/ flash cards addressing the /g/ phoneme in complete sentences.  These flash cards address /g/ in the word-initial, word-medial, and word-final positions (8 cards for each position).  Great for working on articulation or the phonological process errors of fronting. 

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Basic Concepts: Temporal Directions (Thanksgiving)

Here is a worksheet that addresses following temporal directions (before/after) with a Thanksgiving theme.  For example: "Touch the pumpkin after you touch the turkey."

Short Story Comprehension: Halloween

I haven't made one of these in awhile!  This is a quarter-fold booklet that is great for coloring.  It contains a short story with three comprehension questions.  I use these to work on recalling details in short stories.



Click here to download the Halloween story booklet!

Articulation: K Sentence Flash Cards

Here are three sets of /k/ flash cards addressing the /k/ phoneme in complete sentences.  There are 16 flash cards (2 pages) of /k/ in each position (word-initial, word-medial, word-final).  Great for working on articulation or the phonological process errors of fronting or backing.  

These work great when laminated with AmazonBasics Thermal Laminating Pouches!


Auditory Memory: Recalling Sentences (3-5 Words)

I have the hardest time thinking of short sentences on the spot when working on recalling sentences in therapy.  I guess I just can't think and count that quickly!  Here is a list of 3, 4, and 5 word sentences that you can use with any game or that you can send home as homework.  I like to use games like Pop-Up Pirate that allow for lots of trials!

Has anyone else noticed that it's harder for kids to recall questions than statements?  I think their brains automatically want to answer the questions rather than remember the words.

Basic Concepts: Temporal Directions (Halloween)

These "before" and "after" temporal directions have a Halloween theme.  For example: "After you touch the bat, touch the skeleton."  I like using these worksheets to target following directions with basic concepts from the CELF-4 assessment.  This is also a fun concept to target using real life objects or actions ("Before you bring me the pumpkin, say 'Boo!'").

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Articulation: L Blends Sentence Flash Cards

Here are six sets of /l/ blends flash cards addressing l blends in complete sentences.  Great for working on articulation or  the phonological process error of cluster reduction.

Included: bl, fl, gl, kl, pl, and sl.



Grammar: Irregular Plural Noun Flash Cards (Set 2)

You may remember my original Irregular Plural Nouns Flash Cards... here is a second set with all new nouns!

The first set included: mice, feet, teeth, geese, children, fish, loaves, knives.
This set includes: men, people, wolves, leaves, women, thieves, deer, halves.

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Basic Concepts: Temporal Directions (Back to School)

This worksheet targets temporal directions (before and after) with a back-to-school theme.  For example: "Before you touch the desk, touch the blackboard" and "Touch the chair before you touch the backpack."

Depending on which clause the word "before" appears in, the order of the directions reverses!  This is a difficult receptive language concept for some kids, and often leads to poor performance on the Concepts and Following Directions subtest of the CELF-4 assessment.

Articulation: R Blends Sentence Flash Cards

Here are seven sets of r blends flash cards addressing r blends in complete sentences.

Each flash card is loaded with two words containing an /r/ blend. There are 7 pages included -- one page for each of the blends: br, dr, fr, kr, pr, tr.  

Great for extra practice with articulation or phonological process errors!


Articulation: S Blends Sentence Flash Cards

Each flash card has two words with an s-blend. They are separated by phoneme: sk, sl, sm, sn, sp, st, sw. 8 cards for each blend, for a total of 56 cards.


Good for working on articulation and phonological process errors (such as cluster reduction).
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Spatial Directions: Fourth of July

A little early, but here are some positional directions with an Independence Day theme.  I am especially excited about the Fourth of July this year because my baby girl is due that day!  The basic concepts addressed in this activity are over, under, above, below, beside, and next to.

Articulation: Initial /t/ CVC Flash Cards

These flash cards target the /t/ phoneme in the word initial position of CVC words.  These work great when laminated with AmazonBasics Thermal Laminating Pouches!

Articulation: Initial /g/ CVC Flash Cards

These large flash cards address the /g/ phoneme in the word-initial position of CVC words.  Note that when I say CVC I am not talking about the spelling but the pronunciation... like "goose" is obviously spelled CVVCV but pronounced like "g / oo / s."  When working on articulation and not spelling that's what counts!  14 cards are included.

Spatial Concepts: Front & Behind Flash Cards

These flash cards address the spatial or positional concepts of front and behind.  This concept is much easier to target with actual objects, but flash cards have their place too.  I find that this particular concept is NOT well targeted with iPad apps.  I've used one where the student drags and drops an item behind or in front of a house, but it's really more just to the left or the right of the house.  I do, however, love iPad apps for other spatial concepts like above and below, or left and right.

Try pairing these cards with a fun game like Pop-Up Pirate!

Articulation: Initial /k/ CVC Flash Cards

These free flash cards target the /k/ phoneme in the initial position of CVC words.

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Categories: Flash Cards

These flash cards have three pictures and three questions.  The questions require the student to (1) name the category, (2) name one more item in the category, and (3) name one item that is NOT in the category.  This also helps with the basic concepts of negation and category exclusion (what does not belong).  Twelve cards are included.

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Making Inferences: Where Am I Going?

Hi y'all.  I don't normally do this, but I am asking for YOUR help coming up with ideas!  I am working on an activity targeting inferences.  The child has to infer where I'm going based on what's in my suitcase.

What other ideas do you have?  Help!!!

 

Spatial Concepts: Above & Below

These flash cards address the positional concepts of above and below.  I have included 24 cards.

Spatial Directions: Cinco de Mayo

Here are some positional directions with a Cinco de Mayo theme.  I don't know about the rest of the country but this is big here in Texas.  I especially love it because my husband is half Mexican and we got married in Mexico!  Of course, I'd rather celebrate with a margarita than with a Cinco de Mayo worksheet... but hopefully my clients will think this is fun!

Articulation: "S" in Sentences Flash Cards

Here are 24 flash cards loaded with the /s/ phoneme in the word initial, medial, and final position. There are two "s" words in each sentence.

Spatial Concepts: Left & Right Flash Cards

I'm working on left and right with one of my clients.  Here are 24 flash cards that we will pair with a fun game like Pop-Up Pirate!

Articulation: Vocalic R in Sentences Flash Cards

These flash cards each contain two words with a vocalic /r/ phoneme.  Included are 8 cards for each type of vocalic r sound: ar, air, er, ear, ire, or.

There are 48 flash cards in this set, which means 96 words with vocalic /r/!

Spatial Directions: Earth Day

Just realized tomorrow is Earth Day!  Here are some of my world famous spatial or positional directions involving above, below, beside, and next to.

Spatial Concepts: Questions about Object Locations 2

This is similar to a worksheet I posted last week, which addressed over, under, and beside.  This one addresses behind and in front of, which I think are more difficult.  These require the student to take the perspective of the girl, for example, in order to determine what object is in front of her versus behind her.  In other words, the correct answer depends on which way she is facing.  This is difficult especially for children with autism, who often have trouble with perspective taking skills.

This worksheet has two pages for a total of 12 positional questions.

Articulation: "Ch" in Sentences Flash Cards

Here are some articulation flash cards addressing the "ch" sound in sentences.  Included are 24 cards (8 initial, 8 medial, and 8 final).  Each sentence is loaded with two words with the "ch" sound.

Articulation: Initial /m/ CVC Flash Cards

Here are some more bilabial CVC flash cards starting with the /m/ sound.  To work on longer utterances with a carrier phrase, try "Give me the ______."

Articulation: Initial /p/ CVC Flash Cards

Here are some more bilabial flash cards, this time with the /p/ phoneme in CVC words.  To use in a carrier phrase (for more advanced practice), try "I pick the ______."

Articulation: "Sh" in Sentences Flash Cards

Here are some sentences loaded with the "sh" sound in the word initial, medial, and final position.  Each sentence contains two words containing the target sound.  There are 24 cards total (8 in each position).

Articulation: Initial /b/ CVC Flash Cards

Here are some more flash cards with CVC sounds (note that this does not mean they are spelled with CVC letters)!  For kids with childhood apraxia of speech, imitating bilabial sounds is a good place to start because they are highly visual sounds since you can clearly see lip closure.

Spatial Concepts: Questions about Object Locations 1

I made this worksheet to work on answering questions about which item is under, over, or beside another object.  There are 3 pages for a total of 18 questions.  Love working on those positional concepts!!!

Articulation: Initial /f/ CVC Flash Cards

These flash cards contain /f/ + a vowel + a consonant.  To use these in longer utterances, try using a carrier phrase such as "I found the feet."

Articulation: Initial /l/ CVC Flash Cards

I can't find the /l/ Kaufman Speech Praxis cards at work... and I use them every day with one of my clients!  I suspect she threw them away when I wasn't looking, so I decided to make some of my own.  These 14 cards are the same size as the cards she is used to.

When we start working on phrases/sentences, I may have her use the carrier phrase "I like the..." as in "I like the light.  I like the lake."

Articulation: Silly Sentences with S Blends

More silly sentences for articulation practice!  These sentences address /s/ blends in the word initial position at the sentence level.  Included are sk, sm, sn, sp, st, and sw blends.


Pragmatics: Topic Identification and Maintenance

One of my older clients with high functioning autism is working on identifying the topic of a conversation and contributing an appropriate response to the conversation.  This worksheet contains 6 scenarios where two people are already talking, and the client has to identify the topic from a choice of 3 and generate an appropriate response.

Positional Directions: Easter Theme

I love using these spatial/positional concept worksheets!  Here is one I just made with an Easter egg theme.  I wish I had made it a week ago so more of you could use it, but better late than never!

What's the next holiday coming up?  I don't think I could really do Memorial Day themed directions, and the 4th of July is still a long way away (I know because it's my baby's due date)!

Articulation: Silly Sentences with L Blends

And yet another silly sentences game!  This one addresses fl, pl, gl/kl, and bl.

What other phonemes/blends would you like to see?

Articulation: Silly Sentences with the "L" Phoneme

I've made quite a few of these, since I think they are a fun way to work on articulation carryover.  I would not recommend using these until the child is able to produce the /l/ sound pretty consistently in words and phrases.

Receptive Language: Is or Is Not (Part 2)

This is another wonderful idea that came from my client's mom.  Thanks again M.K.!  The best ideas come from those who know our clients better than we do, so I am always thankful for other people's ideas!  We are still trying several different approaches to see what will stick when it comes to negation concepts.  We might also try this same idea with pictures rather than words.

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