Tag Archives: Language

Freebie Friday Flashback: Twas the Night Before Christmas Inferencing Cards!

This Freebie Friday Flashback was originally posted last year but I know there are several of you out there that could use this simple fun inferencing activity for your clients/students this holiday season. So enjoy!   Did you ever notice how much figurative language is used in the famous poem Twas the Night Before Christmas […]

Freebie Friday Flashback: Stuff the Stocking and Decorate the Christmas Tree!

This post was originally posted in December of 2012 but since I have been using these fun games every year since I made them I thought I’d share this flashback with you again.  If you haven’t been following me since I began blogging a few years ago, you might find these two freebie games to […]

Tip Tuesday: Creating Play Routines to Facilitate Language!

 The use of routines is one of the simplest ways an adult (parent/caregiver/therapist/educator, etc.) can facilitate language growth in young children.  This is especially true for children between 1-3 years of age (or children functioning between this developmental age range).  When speaking about routines, most often we think of “steps” to completing an act (e.g. […]

FREEBIE Friday: Category Sort: Insects, Music, Transportation

Here’s another category sorting game I made simply using clip art from Microsoft PPT.  I needed more pictures to work with my language delayed kiddos who needed support for their semantic networks.  So I made another categories game.  This packet includes 9 insect and musical instrument pictures, and 30 additional transportation pictures that can be […]

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