Birthday Giveaway Day Three: Fall Into Speech and Language Pack

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Today I am  bringing you DAY 3 of my Birthday Month Giveaways by raffling off a Fall into Speech and Language Pack from Felice the author of thedabblingspeechie blog.   

Included in this pack are various craftivities (tree, apples, leaves, turkey) and materials to target categories, multiple meaning words, articulation and synonyms/antonyms for older elementary children. A vocabulary sheet with the definitions of the multiple meaning words is also provided for the SLP.

Included articulation targets:

  • /f/ in initial medial and final position (written support without picture cards)
  • /s/ in initial medial and final position  (written support without picture cards)
  • /k/ in initial medial and final position  (written support without picture cards)
  • /l/ in initial medial and final position  (written support without picture cards)
  • /sp/, /st/ and /sw/ blends (written support without picture cards)

Included semantic flexibility targets: 

  • Categories (written support without picture cards)
  • Multiple meaning words (written support without picture cards)
  • Synonyms (written support without picture cards)
  • Category cards and mats (with written support and picture cards)

You can find this product in her TPT store by clicking HERE or you can enter my one day giveaway for a chance to win.
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5 Responses to “Birthday Giveaway Day Three: Fall Into Speech and Language Pack”

  1. Alison Lewis Weigand October 3, 2013 at 9:17 am #

    Working with the hearing impaired population these are all tough sounds for my kiddos@

  2. ShawnaLee Jessiman October 3, 2013 at 2:22 pm #

    I have a classroom in one of my schools this would be perfect for.

  3. Tracie Jarvis Raich October 3, 2013 at 4:42 pm #

    I would love to use this in the clinic.

  4. [email protected] October 3, 2013 at 6:13 pm #

    Would love this for something fun and motivating for my artic kiddos! Thanks!

  5. Karen Reinacher October 3, 2013 at 8:18 pm #

    I love holiday themed stuff. I would use it on several speech kiddos.

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