Are you looking for FREE speech therapy lesson plans for older students?
Spring is one of my absolute favorite seasons, and I love making resources based around a spring theme that are fun, functional, and appropriate to use with older students! I’ve got my FREE April speech therapy lesson plans for older students available to download on my Teachers Pay Teachers site, which you can access by clicking on the image below to download a PDF with clickable links for all the FREE resources! This roundup includes topics such as Earth Day, April Fool’s Day, plants, spring celebrations, butterflies, and bees with LOTS of recommendations for FREE Boom Cards™ digital task cards, FREE print & go resources, FREE video clips, and FREE reading passages from ReadWorks and National Geographic for Kids.
*Freebie Unscrambling Simple Sentences Spring Edition by Aimee Walton
*Spring Edition Items Needed for Tasks by Aimee Walton
*Spring Cleaning Tools Freebie by Aimee Walton
*Spring Themed Would you Rather by Ms. Dent
*Spring Synonyms by Sea Life Productions
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*4-Step Sequencing Spring Edition by Aimee Walton
*Spring Things That Go Together by Aimee Walton
*Easter Problem Solving Task Cards by Aimee Walton
*Spring Items What Bingo by Aimee Walton
*Easter Inferencing, Problem Solving, and Perspective Taking by Aimee Walton
*Spring Compare & Contrast by Crazy Speech World
*Spring and Summer Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Speech and Language by Kayla SLP
*April Fool’s Day (ReadWorks)
The World of Plants (ReadWorks)
*It’s Opening Day (ReadWorks)
*All About Butterflies (ReadWorks)
*Funny Fill-In: A Perfect Prank (Nat Geo for Kids)
*History of Earth Day (Nat Geo for Kids)
*Honeybee (Nat Geo for Kids)
*Spring Celebrations (Nat Geo for Kids)
*CGI Animated Short Film: Spring by Blender Animation Studio
*Sweet Cacoon by TheCGBros
*Gnome by FILMSshort
*For the Birds by Devid Redinha
*Peck Pocketed by Kevin Herron
*Springtime-Simon’s Cat by Simon’s Cat
*April Showers-Simon’s Cat by Simon’s Cat
*The First of Spring by The One Academy
What are some of your favorite themed activities and resources to use in March with older students and young adults? Let me know in the comments.
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