Sunday, November 29, 2015

Christmas Literacy/Activity Pack

I got creative, and decided that Rudolph's nose can change colors just like a chameleon!
"Reindeer, Reindeer, What do you See?" is a perfect interactive book for working on colors, and working on word combinations. Included in this packet is another interactive book entitled "Verbs of Christmas".
There's also a step by step simple craft.  I provide visual supports for all books and the craft. 

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This is an literacy/activity pack for Christmas. This pack meant for the more linguistically challenged students and is perfect for speech/OT or speech/special ed collaboration. This is nice for integrating literacy and hand-on activities. You are purchasing two interactive books and a craftivity with an assortment of visual supports for all. Most clipart is by Smarty Symbols copyright 2015.

Reindeer, Reindeer, What do you see?” clever interactive book with manipulative icons and sentence frame (3-15)
Verbs of Christmas  interactive book with simple text and icons and sentence frames for matching and building simple sentences.  (page 16-27)
9 page step by step booklet for making a Pom Pom Christmas Tree(28-35)
Communication board for the craft  (Page 36)
Yes/No and Wh-questions to go with the Pom Pom Tree craft  (page 37)
Sequence worksheet for Pom Pom Tree craft (page 38) 

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Turkey, Turkey, What Do you See?---a colorful food book

Just a few more days until I leave for Denver to visit my daughter, and then a few days after that for the ASHA convention!
So exciting!

Here's a very cute item for your Thanksgiving adventures in your speech rooms or classrooms---it follows the same pattern as Brown Bear, but this is a color and food themed piece.

My daughter, Vicki, did the awesome turkey art.
Photos are public domain from Pixabay, and clip art is Smarty Symbols (copyrighted--I have a commercial license).

It's modestly priced here at TPT.