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Winter Activities

A Round-Up of Winter Activities that I’ve blogged about over the years!

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Snow Much Fun with Language: 3 levels of language activities. These units are are intended for both receptive and expressive work and follow along with my homework activities.

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Polar Bear Night: Activities to go with this adorable book!

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The Snowy Day: Tons of activities to go with this classic book by Ezra Jack Keats.

Screenshot 2013-12-30 11.54.41The Mitten: An amazing book unit to go with this favorite book!

Screenshot 2013-12-30 11.55.13The Hat: Another great Jan Brett book unit!

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Froggy Gets Dressed: Ways to use this book with young children and AAC users. I love Froggy!

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Snowmen at Night: A fun rhyming book with good sequencing activities!

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Snow: A mostly wordless picture book that still has lots of great potential for speech therapy. Plus a link to a great snowflake making website!

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Owl Moon: I created a higher-level companion pack to go with this serene Caldecott winning picture book!

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Even if you live in a region that gets very little snow (like me!), you’ll be in a wintry mood after checking out all of these activities!

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  1. Just pulled out your book companion for The Mitten. Love your pack because it has helped with lightening the load for therapy!!

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