Raking up goodness!

While it is the time for raking leaves, which may not be a fall favorite unless you are jumping in them, why not also rake up some fall themed activities for your speech room?  I didn't have to search long for a collection of thematic materials to accompany There Was and Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro since my current student teacher chose this as her weekly theme in my speech room.  While I observed her therapy skills, I also quickly downloaded the materials she was using!  Woot woot!

Here are some great freebies from creative minds.

Target regular verbs with All About Fall from the TLC Shop.

A story sequencing black and white cut and paste activity from Erin from Creating and Teaching.

Little Miss Kindergarten has a Sammy the Scarecrow roll and color activity.

You know I love some open ended articulation worksheets and LyndaSLP123 has just the freebie.

First Grade Fanatics bring you a collection of activities to go with the story.

While these activities targeted quite a few objectives, we needed more to round out our K-2 language needs.  Here is a Mini Language Book Companion that you can find in my TPT store targeting following 1 and 2-step directions with basic concepts, pronouns and possessive nouns, describing vocabulary, and answering 'wh' questions from the story.

Happy Fall Y'all!


  1. Oh my gosh, Sparklle, I went to TpT to buy your companion (because you know I love ya), and I had to get something else to make a minimum purchase ;) There go the goals!!

    1. You are so sweet! That minimum purchase has definitely done me in. All in all I try to remain frugal with my purchases! Everything in moderation (does that apply to TPT as well)!


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