Find what "goes together" and color the Christmas lights.
If you like "5 Little Pumpkins" then you'll love "5 Little Reindeer"!
Where is the snowman? This printable is a perfect way to work on "where" questions, prepositions, and winter vocabulary.
It's a windy day out there! A perfect day to read "When the Leaf Blew In" by Steve Metzger. This silly story is all about how one leaf blows into a barn and turns the entire barnyard upside down! After watching the video be sure to check out the fun fall themed speech and language activities below.
Practice following directions and prepositions with this "On the Farm" spatial concepts activity.
Can you remember all the animals in the story? Find and color them.
Practice labeling and answering "Wh" questions by coloring or circling the answer.
Click on the picture below for a fun "I Spy" boom card farm activity.
Fall is in the air, and it’s the perfect time to go apple picking! Our story this week is “Apple Trouble” by Ragnhild Scamell. Hedgehog has just finished building a cozy nest ready for winter when a juicy red apple falls from a tree and sticks in her spines on her back. And now Hedgehog can’t fit into her nest. Her friends try to help her, but she keeps getting more items stuck!
After you listen to the story practice sequencing and retelling with this cute cut and glue activity.
Practice counting and describing by color with this cute apple emergent reader.
These fall coloring worksheets are a great way to work on categories.
Click on the picture below for a fun boom card "Apple Trouble" activity. As you read the story you can put the items on hedgehog...or take them off as the goat eats them.
Click on the picture below for a fun "Boom Card" school activity.
Our book of the week is "Pete the Cat Goes Camping". Pete can't wait to go hiking, fishing, and eat s'mores by the campfire. But when he hears about the mysterious creature named Bigfoot, Pete can't help but wonder: Is Bigfoot real? After you listen to the story be sure to check out the fun camping themed speech and language activities below.
These Camping "Listen Up" worksheets are a fun way to work on following 1 and 2-step directions.
Print and color this camping mini-book, label and describe different things you might see when you go camping
This "no-print" Camping scene is a great way to work on receptive and expressive language skills.
Play Camping "I Spy", label and count all the different things you might see on a camping trip.
Week of May 18, 2020
Let's have a Pizza Party!!
Let's go on a "field trip" to the pizzeria and learn how they make delicious pizza!
After watching the video be sure to checkout the pizza themed language activities below.
May 18th: Day 1- Pizza Vocabulary
May 19th: Day 2- Pizza Sequencing
May 20th: Day 3- Pizza Same & Different
May 21st: Day 4- Pizza Prepositions
May 22nd: Day 5-Pizza "Wh" questions
Below are some more fun Speech & Language Pizza activities for you to try out..
Play Pizza "I Spy"! Label and count all the different toppings and pizzas. This is a great way to work on labeling, receptively identifying and describing items.
Practice matching and describing by matching the pizza to it's shape.
Week of May 11, 2020
Let's go on a....
The weather is getting nicer and its a perfect time to have a picnic! You can even have an indoor picnic if the weather is bad. Our book of the week is "A Perfect Picnic" by Sarah Albee. Ernie, Bert, Elmo & Zoe run into lots of problems when they go to the park for a springtime picnic.
Play "I Spy" and count all the different things you might see at a picnic.
Which one is biggest? Which one is different? These fun picnic worksheets are a great way to work on describing.
Week of May 4, 2020
This week we are reading "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle. Follow the life cycle of this very hungry caterpillar as he eats his way to becoming a beautiful butterfly.
This cute caterpillar hat is a fun way to retell the story with your child. On the hat is all of the different foods that the caterpillar ate through.
Use this caterpillar color sorting activity to match and sort toys and objects from around your house by their color.
Play "I Spy", find and count all of the different foods that the caterpillar ate.
Practice working on categories by sorting things you can eat and things that are not food.
What comes next? Finish the patterns.
Match the leaf and fruits to their shadows with this matching game.
Week of April 27, 2020
This week we will be learning all about Bugs!
Our book of the week is "The Very Impatient Caterpillar" by Ross Burach. Caterpillar is really excited about turning into a beautiful butterfly... but then he finds out it will take two weeks!! His caterpillar friends try to help him to be patient but the waiting is just so hard. Can he do it??
Play "I Spy Bugs" to work on a variety of language skills such as receptively identifying (find the ___), labeling, increasing utterances (e.g "see ___" or "I see ___"), and describing.
Let's go on a Scavenger Hunt! walk outside and look for bugs, plants, and more!
Check out these cute bugs! Can you find the ones that are the same? Which one is different?
Week of April 20, 2020
Happy Earth Day!
Welcome Back! This week we will be reading "The Earth Book" by Todd Parr, in honor of Earth Day.
Use this Earth Day mini-book to talk with your child about how we can help do our part to keep the Earth clean and beautiful.
These fun cut and paste Earth Day activities target 1-step directions and prepositions.
Week of April 6, 2020
It's almost time for Spring Break! A perfect time to read “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Chick!” by Lucille Colandro. Old Lady is swallowing all the springtime fun…chicks, baskets, and candy until she meets the Easter Bunny! Check out the story and activities below
This sorting printable is a great way to work on sorting and describing by size and shape.
Play "I Spy Springtime" to work on a variety of language skills such as receptively identifying (find the ___), labeling, increasing utterances (e.g "see ___" or "I see ___"), and describing.
Week of March 29, 2020
Week of March 22, 2020
Celebrate Springtime with Little Blue Truck and his friend Toad as they go on a drive and pick up their animal friends. You can find an online read-a-loud here.
Take your child on a “nature walk” to explore and find as many items on the checklist as possible. After your walk talk about how the items look (color, shape, size), smell, feel, or sound like. This is also a great opportunity to work on labeling, expanding utterances (e.g. “pink flower”), describing, and categorizing.
Week of March 16, 2020
This week we are reading "There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover"
You can find an online read-a-loud here.