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Articulation: Gl Blends Sentence Flash Cards

Here is the third of 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.  This set contains the /gl/ blend.  Next up: /kl/ (or "cl") blends!

Pair these cards with a game that allows for LOTS of data collection like Honey Bee Tree.  The student can "earn" 1 leaf per trial or per 5 trials, or whatever you choose!

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: Fl Blends Sentence Flash Cards

Here is the second of 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.  This set contains the /fl/ blend.  Next up: /gl/ blends!

Articulation: Bl Blends Sentence Flash Cards

Here is the first of 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.  This set contains the /bl/ blend.  Next up: /fl/ blends!



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 & Following Directions subtest of the CELF-4 assessment.

And here are some more free temporal concept worksheets.

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