Sunday, September 14, 2014

Arrrr! Pirates: A Speech and Language Unit

If you are celebrating Talk Like a Pirate Day (September 19) or costumes, or are simply just having a Pirate theme in your room, this packet is perfect for you! It is designed to meet the needs of all of your students in just one packet. This includes various speech/ articulation and expressive/ receptive language goals.  

These activities are included in the packet:

-Articulation Cards (pages 4-38): includes cards for /s/, s-blends, /z/, voiceless th, voiced th 

-WH Question Cards (pages 39-42): includes who, what, where, when, why, how questions with wild cards (take another turn, put a card back). Note these wild cards can be used with the articulation cards as well. 

-Writing Prompts (pages 43-45): includes three prompts about pirates, including making up an adventure and summarizing information learned 

-Synonym/Antonym worksheets (pages 46-47): includes two worksheets (one synonym, one antonym) with 20 questions each

--Following Directions (pages 48-50): includes cards with 1-step, 2-step, conditional, and before/after

-Cannonball Cause/Effect (pages 51-52): includes two worksheets (one filled in, one blank) with cause/effect boxes

-Problem/Solution (pages 53-54): includes two worksheets (one filled in, one blank) with problem/solution boxes

-Description Web (pages 55-56): includes two describing graphic organizers (one male, one female)

-Simple Story Sequencing (page 57): includes one worksheet with boxes for first, then, last

-Paragraph Writing Organizer (page 58): includes one organizer to assist students in writing paragraphs with topic, detail, and concluding sentences

-Reinforcer Game Board: A game board to be used with any lesson.

If you are interested in purchasing this packet, you can find it in my Teachers Pay Teachers store!  

I cannot wait to use this with my students this week!  If you use this with your students, please send me pictures! 

P.S.  I'm not sure why the words are getting cut off on these pages.  On the actual packet, the words are NOT cut off.  

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1 comment :

  1. Super cute unit, Carissa!

    I think your words are cut off because of the frame that you're blog puts around the photos.


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