Easter Artic {freebie included}

Have you looked at the calendar this year? Easter is actually in March (March 31st!)  While we don’t directly talk about Easter at school, we do lots of EGGY activities. Easter signifies the beginning of Spring! Which not only excites the little ones, it excites me!!  I’ve been using my seasonal articulation  from St. Patrick’s Day so much already! I decided to make an ‘Easter’ version with these cute eggs! All the sets includes a egg matching activity as well as a game board version. This gives you lots of opportunity for play!  My articulation packets are split by ‘later sounds’ and ‘earlier sounds’.  Let’s start with the later sounds packet. The huge packets includes 75 pages of articulation card games (hint: print them half size to save ink!) This later sounds pack features 384 color pictures, using smarty symbols, for S, L, TH, SH, CH, J, R, S blends, L blends. There are 12 cards in the initial, medial and final position for each sound. The R sound includes 12 prevocalic, and 12 of each vocalic /r/ sound in mixed positions.  Not be left out, I have a set for the ‘preschool’ sounds too!  The ‘Earlier Sounds‘ packet features initial and final positions of P,B,M,K,G,T,D,F,V. The packet is 46 pages with 216 color pictures using Smarty Symbols.  And now for that Freebie I promised you!  I also pulled out the /k/ sounds so you can have them as a preview of the activity! Perfect to send home for practice with any kiddos working on /k/.  You can find both packets in my TPT Store. Early Sounds here and Later Sounds here.  Grab the Freebie here. Try out the Freebie and let me know if you love the eggs as much as me! Leave a comment below and I’ll pick a winner to get a copy of whichever set you want! 

Lovely comments

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    This is great! You are so talented! I used your hot chocolate game in my preschool classroom (in San Diego) all “winter.” My kids loved it. I know they will love this one just as much. Thanks again!

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    Love…what wonderful colors and images. I recently have a number of kiddos with deficits for early speech sounds and this game would be so fun to play with them all.

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    The freebie is great! I’ve already printed it and sent it to the laminating team :) I would love to be able to use either early or late sounds packet with my cognitively delayed students. Even though a lot of people think articulation is a lost cause on those kids because of their low cognition or inability to generalize, I still do it b/c it helps with their functional communication skills which is a life long skill they can carry with them through life! Thanks!

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    this looks great! my kiddos are enjoying your st, patty’s day packets. are you planning on doing any more phonological awareness packets? my kiddos LOVED your hot chocolate packet!!

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    I work with 4-8th graders and I am always looking for activities that focus on the earlier sounds without looking like that are “babyish”. I think this will fit the bill! Thanks!

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    It is hard to believe that we’ll just barely get through St. Paddy’s day and then it will be Easter materials! These look like great! I am always trying to get interesting articulation materials.

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    Erin Seward says

    This looks awesome like all of your materials. I love everything you create. It’s all too perfect for me as an intern in an elementary school in VA right now. Thanks for the chance to win this! esewa003@odu.edu

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    I was looking for Spring related artic games for my kindergarten and 1st grade groups. Love this. :) Thank you for sharing with us.

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    Love love love all your packets!! The visuals are fantastic and the kids will love them! Thanks for all your creativity :)

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    Anonymous says

    Awesome work once again! You are so talented Jenna and love the graphics in this one too!

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