Arrre you ready for the pirate invasion? Well, ready or not, the pirates are here! My newest project is an original story book with a full set of receptive and expressive language activities to accompany it. You don’t have to buy a book—because it is included!
The activities are: 1) Comprehension Questions, 2) Sequencing Cards (12 of them!), 3) Auditory Memory Treasure Hunt Game, 4) Vocabulary Picture Cards, 5) Vocabulary Definition Cards that match the picture cards, 5) I Spy (or should I say Aye Spy!) Look & Find activity, 6) Fun Facts about pirates (did you know there were lady pirates?), 7) Pirate Jokes & Riddles, 8) Pirate Prepositions, and lastly, 9) Pirate Grammar!
This is a HUGE packet of thematically related activities! Everything coordinates with the story, so it will make sense to you and your students/clients!
It is on sale right now, so hurry over to my store. You can also enter to win the giveaway below. Don’t forget to like my page on Facebook, because that is where I post new items first! Also, follow me on TpT–click the button on the right side of this page. It will take you directly to my store.
Want to smile? Watch this! Not only does she hear others, she's also hearing herself, too! :)
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