Themes make therapy so much fun! I love using seasonal items in my therapy room, because it’s keeps everything very fresh and new. Currently, students cannot get enough zombies, ghosts, and spooky creatures! Honestly, I can’t get enough of the spookiness either! This October, I will be supporting expressive language goals with my latest packet.
This packet encompasses a wide variety of expressive language skills – from describing to vocabulary. Here’s a peek into the packet:
Comparing/Contrasting: Students draw a card and discuss how the two items are alike and different. If they find a crazy bat, they’ll get an extra turn. This game also contains two mini posters to provide students with visual aids.
Pronouns: At the primary level, I have lots of students who will benefit from this cute card game! Students draw a card and fill in the blank with the correct pronoun. If they are correct, they keep the card. If they find a haunted house then they lose all their cards! Oooh noo! haha..The pronouns addressed in this game are: he, she, they, and it. This game also includes two mini posters to display during your therapy session!
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