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These are just what you were looking for… no prep, print-and-go pages for your students who are working on /l/, /r/, “er,” “th,” ..read more
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This grid is a bit different than the traditional grid iron, but still has a football theme! This reinforcement activity is sure to get ..read more
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Bingo games are a fun way to help keep students engaged while learning vocabulary. The calling cards for this game have the definitions for ..read more
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What’s a pirate’s favorite letter? R! For your students working on R sounds, these might end up being their favorite game boards too! ..read more
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Here’s a quick and easy NO-PREP page to use in your speech therapy sessions. There are 50 pieces of popcorn  for a large number of ..read more
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Add these cards to your speech therapy materials and you won’t be sorry!  You can use them to work on correcting cluster reductions or ..read more
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Practice grids can be used in many ways. They can help with motivation when you draw stars or put stickers in the boxes and can also help ..read more
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The astronaut needs to get back to his rocket before it takes off! Using this space themed game board, students practice final “er” at ..read more
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This safari themed game board is great for practicing words with the “ar” sound in them. The students help the explorer follow the path ..read more
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Word lists can be a handy thing to have in your toolbox. They can be used for auditory bombardment or as words to have your students ..read more

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