The last section deals with irregular verbs in the past tense. There are 36 irregular verb cards in the past tense and 12 “pie” cards. Students read the sentence and decide which word correctly fills the gap. There are two options per card, one is the irregular past tense of the verb and the other is the verb with a regular past tense. Ok, it was a long post, but I wanted to show you as much as possible. I hope these activities will help your students achieve their grammatical goals. Visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store to add it to your resources. Grammar Circus is over and I couldn`t wait to share it with you! There are over 200 activity cards in this package. This is the second activity in my circus series, Receptive Language Circus is ready to see in the Teachers Pay Teachers store. I`ve added as many images as possible so you can get a good overview 🙂 This grammar pack includes 4 activities that you can use with your students: pronouns, irregular verbs in the past tense, subject/verb match, and verb tenses.

These are a few that my new students struggle with the most. With the Peanuts pronoun, your students can work on the pronouns: he, she, he, she, she, she, she, us, and us. Students choose a card and read the sentence. There are a total of 48 cards. Then they decide which pronoun is best for white. If your students are not good readers, you can read them the map. When a student chooses a peanut card, they can walk again. If you want to make it a game, see who needs to win the most peanut cards or the most cards in total at the end. Juggling verbal tenses is an activity I`m quite proud of. There are 36 cards for each verb tense, for a total of 108 cards! This activity presents two levels of difficulty that students can work on. Cards with the juggling boy give students a sentence and then give them the choice of what might be the right verbal form. If the student chooses the right verb tense, he can keep his card.

Cards with juggling monkeys provide students with a sentence and an underlined verb. You must specify the verb time of the underlined form, and then place it on the correct verb tense mat. Students can write their answers on the worksheet provided. There are also “ball dropped” cards that cause students to lose a train, as well as “ticket” cards that give students extra movement. Turn it into a game by seeing who can get the most ticket cards. Subject/verb correspondence is something that many of my students have goals for. There are 30 cards that can be used for is/are or what/were. Students read the sentence and decide which connection verb should fill the void. Then they place the card on the right side of the carpet. Remind students that this is/is used when the subject is singular and is/has been used with the subject in the plural. There are “ticket” cards that can be used to turn activity into a game.

427 Results for Speech Therapy Subject-Verb-Match I count until the summer holidays! There are 4 working days left! 2 more MYP meetings! Woohoo! Granted, I`m going to do 3 jobs this summer – but it`s nice to do something a little different! I wanted to share with you today a new activity called Grammar Sweets! I have kids who really have a hard time matching subject/verb! I was fed up with my activities and I was/was, so I did this fast gumball game. The game uses phrases about chewing gum balls. Students must sort their chewing gum balls on the right chewing gum machines (IS/ARE and WAS/WERE). I always try to give you dozens of ideas for free every month! As I had to buy this clipart, I sell this item in my (new) TPT shop. Just follow the link to buy! Enjoy! During my “Groovy Grammar” gift, I asked what grammar activities you would like to see in the future. A common request was the noun-verb correspondence. So, for a fun Labor Day treat, I have a gift for you! What do you get? A visual that you can laminate and hang while introducing the ruler and practicing how to use it. There are playing cards that you can use with any motivating game/activity. Students can read (or you can read them) and then fill the void with the appropriate verbal form.

Grab it here!. It`s a wonderful resource! just what I needed. Who can make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich the fastest? This game can. I hope you can use this activity in your classrooms. Enjoy your working day!! If you return to work like I will be tomorrow, GOOD LUCK! I`ll be busy attending a parent orientation session and then planning the rest of the day!! Save my name, email address, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Also included in: Christmas MEGA Bundle: Elementary material for speech therapy Filed under: Language Tagged with: Grammar, Language Activity 2 Comments I see 6 sets of chewing gum. If you buy it, does it come with more than 6? Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * This bingo game can be used to reinforce synonyms. It includes 4 playing cards and.. I`m so glad you came! If you would like to follow the latest posts and get exclusive free downloads, please sign up for the newsletter! Your first gift is ready as soon as you sign up and confirm your email! Success! Now check your emails to confirm your subscription. Also included in: BUNDLE Subject Verb Agreement BOOM CARDS™ No Print Speech Therapy An error occurred while submitting your subscription.

Please try again. The return sounds /k/ and /g/ can be difficult when brought to the sentence level. . Print these initial /r/ cluster cards and have the images you need to work. Help your students get creative throughout the day with this pirate-themed narrative writing page. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Find out how your comment data is processed. Instructions, monkey photos and 35 item photos are included. They are available in color and black and white. Food fights!! Okay, not really, but throwing away paper popcorn is always a lot of fun! That. Yes.

These are just the thumbnails. The download comes with one homepage, two pages with the gumball machines and 8 pages of gumball sets. .