Monday, December 17, 2012

Happy Holidays Part 3: Antonyms are back!

By request, my Antonyms Cards are still available for download. I am posting the activity here: How Mrs. Ludwig Stole Antonyms

You can download all the same cards and the Antonym Sack, too! 

Hope you're all enjoying the hustle and bustle of the holiday season...only a few more days until break!

Mrs. Ludwig

Monday, December 3, 2012

Happy Holidays Part 2 - How the Grinch Stole...

Synonyms & Antonyms!

**update 12/11/2012**....but then it turned out that I actually stole The Grinch. Unfortunately, I was just informed the Grinch is trademarked. That means no more love for The Grinch this Christmas and no more Grinch for sale in my TpT store. 

Check back again soon for new, improved & non-trademarked materials!

In the spirit of legality,

Mrs. Ludwig

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Happy Holidays! Part 1

Happy December, blog friends! A quick post to introduce my new Speech & Language Holiday Pack. Check out the images & check out my TpT store to download it for free! 

Get ready to break-it-down-now....

1) Wh- Questions about some cute little elves (this is my first attempt at some of my own original illustrations!). I also included some spatial concepts (e.g. "Who is first?") to target those skills as well.

2) Past & Present Tense Verb Sort: one for both regular & irregular verbs.

I spy regular verbs here:

And some irregular verbs there:

After sorting, the kids can write some 
sentences on this page:

3) A Pronoun Section with a few levels to differentiate within and between groups. Level 1 is the easiest and Level 3 is the hardest. Take a peek:

he, she, it, they, his, her, their, its, him, her, it, them

Included are a few pronoun teaching cards...

along with the pronoun strips and a 
fill-in-the-blank worksheet


4) Syntax Sort: Scramble 'em up & sort 'em back out. Then record them on the included sheet.

And there you have it...Part One of a few Happy Holidays posts! 

Check back again soon!

Mrs. Ludwig