Easter speech and language activities! Looking for April-themed resources to use with your speech therapy students that cover many language goals? This activity includes an assortment of receptive and expressive language tasks Easter egg hunt themed.
Perfect for speech therapy groups or individual sessions!
✅ WHAT’S INCLUDED
Verbs – Present Progressive and Regular Past Tense
Present the present progressive card and ask, “What is happening?” Wait for a response or read the answer. Present the card’s corresponding “B” version and ask, “What happened?”
Thought Bubble Inferences
Print and cut out the cards.
Practice inferencing and identifying emotions. Ask, “What are they thinking?”
Pronouns Spinner Game
Target: boy/girl, he/she, his/hers
Make a spinner by placing one end of a paperclip in the
center of the spinner, placing the sharp end of the crayon
inside the paperclip, and spinning the paperclip.
Sentence Dice & Sentence Developmental Chart
Roll the dice and create a noun/pronoun + verb sentence.
Receptive Identification Photos
This activity works on receptively identifying a picture when it is described.
Social Story Mini-Book: Going on an Easter Egg Hunt
Use in preparation for going Easter egg hunting.
Directions on how to fold book are included.
Easter Egg Hunt Reinforcer
Use this motivator in conjunction with the activities in this resource, or to target any skill!
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