Sunday, November 23, 2014

Brrrr! Winter is Here :)

      Who is excited for the winter season? I don't know about you, but I LOVE the holidays! I enjoy the cold weather as long as I can recover from the cold with a hot bath or hot coffee next to a fire! I just love the smell of a wood burning fireplace. 

      Well getting into the holiday spirit and preparing for the cold wintery season I created a winter bundle to use with my students. 

      Here is a little preview of what I'm working on with my kiddos this winter.

In this activity the student uses the word bank of pronouns (He, She, or They) to file in the blank space.
For example:
He wore a rain jacket.
They like hot chocolate.
She went sledding.
He baked a pie.
She bought a new snowboard.

Here is one of the synonyms pages. 

Synonym Page Completed:

This student has cut out the word bank synonym words and glued them next to their synonym match.
For example:
Celebration & Party
Hot & Warm
Glad & Happy
Cold & Chilly
Gift & Present

The student read the idioms within the sentences and matched them to the word bank definitions by coloring the definition to match the color of the idiom sentence.
For Example:
#1 Idiom Sentence: "The chocolate chip cookies tasted terrible and I had to start from scratch."
The student colored the definition "To do it all over again from the beginning" red to match the idiom sentence which is also red.

Problem Solving Board Game:
The students try to get the skier to the lodge by solving the problems along the way.
For example:
"You are cold. What can you do or say?"
"You didn't like the present you got. What can you do or say?"

Articulation: Initial R Words
Here are some initial R words that can be used to play Go Fish or Memory. This bundle includes: /r/, /l/, /s/, /z/, /sh/, /ch/, & /th/ words in all positions.

Includes: Language, Articulation, & Social Pragmatics activities.

Click here to view more or purchase.

In total this bundle includes something for everyone on your caseload!
-Yes/No Questions
-WH Questions: Who, What, When, Where, Why, & How
-Regular Past Tense Verbs
-Irregular Past Tense Verbs
-Compare & Contrast
-Problem Solving
-Articulation: /r, l, s, z, sh, ch, & th/ initial, medial, & final words



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