Making Descriptive Sentences for an Easter Activity

16 Mar

I have five days left before Spring Break and I realized Easter is coming faster than I thought.  It will be done when we come back from Spring Break and I haven’t even pulled out the plastic Easter eggs.   The  Easter eggs always add a  little variety to the speech therapy sessions. In preparation for this,  I updated the Descriptive Sentences Activity that is in the Expressive Language section.  It now has 20 basic sentences and I added color and visual cues to the spinner.  It is free at the TPT store here. TPT button  I will print out the basic sentences and insert them in the eggs.  The students will pull them out and spin the spinner to make  more elaborate sentences.  If they succeed they will keep the egg.  If not, it will get thrown back into the basket.  I will give some sort of little prize to the person with the most eggs.

descriptive spinner

cjmonty

I am an ASHA certified Speech and Language Pathologist who has worked in the public schools 30 plus years.

3 thoughts on “Making Descriptive Sentences for an Easter Activity

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  2. Reblogged this on The Speech Clinic and commented:
    Found this on the blog, “In Spontaneous Speech.” It’s a great, easy, and versatile activity for building sentences. Go to her blog to download the activity for free. Love the free, easy activities!

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