There are 16 pages that target simple sentences.
May 4, 2016
How many of you work during the summer? This will be my 2nd year working during the summer after having a baby. Last year, the teacher and I decided to use themes each week. One theme we used was the beach. This year, I decided to make my own activity that could be used with a variety of students.
April 28, 2016
What are you all doing to get ready for BHSM? Every year, I try to hand out some informational text to teachers. Some years I'm more creative than others, depending on how crazy my year is going. This year I decided to use boardmaker pictures of lips and ears. On the back side of each picture, I compiled a list of strategies that I found online (I can't remember the website).
March 30, 2016
March 24, 2016
I know I am not alone when I say that this time of year is super chaotic! To top if off, St. Patrick's Day and Easter are extremely too close. I felt like my planning for both holidays has been rushed. With that said, I still wanted to squeeze in some time to put together a home Easter kit for my students. I tried to include activities specific to each individual goal. I stuffed pieces of paper in each egg that targeted different skills, such as following directions, articulation, synoyms, antonyms, vocabulary, and sentence formulation. I also added a bunny to work on prepositions. They all included fun, decorative pencils in a cute carrot pouch. Anytime I can incorporate carryover while still engaging the students, makes me happy! Happy Easter!
March 7, 2016
February 29, 2016
In celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday, we are reading One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. I paired this book with a rhyming activity. I used words found in the book and wrote them on colored construction paper. Students picked cards from a pile and matched it to its rhyming pair. To modify this activity, some students were given one fish word and two choices (one that rhymed and one that did not).
February 17, 2016
Are you looking for fresh new ideas to target conjunctions into your therapy sessions? Check out my new activity that incorporates coordinating and subordinating conjunctions into sentences. My students enjoyed using their "tie" to combine sentences.