Sunday, April 7, 2013

Carrotville Expressive Language (& a giveaway)

Is it me, or is the week after Spring Break a total workout? I'm totally wiped out! Thanks to all of you who have requested language packets that match the spring grammar unit. I've got the Expressive Language version of Carrotville completed! I'm so excited about this clipart. I love the veggies and bunnies that are appropriate for all of Spring! 

You can find this new unit on Teacher Pay Teachers. Read through the post to see how to win your own copy too! 

This 38 page download features Carrotville, a nice little town where bunnies live and play. It features homes, apartments, a grocery store and even a bunny barbershop! 

The activities center around the Carrotville board game. Two ways to play are included. The first option features specific skill development, while the second features carryover of language skills by targeting mixed stimulus cards.

Game point and score cards are included. Each type of building corresponds to a language activity to complete. When students land on a building they answer the corresponding questions.

Compare & Contrast (24 cards) Identifying features that are the same/different for the listed items
Retelling Familiar Sequences (18 cards) Tell the steps in sequence to complete the given task
Generating WH questions (48 cards) Develop a WH question, that will match the answer given on the card
Attributes (24 cards) 1Read the attributes and name the listed item or name attributes for the item
Multiple Meaning Words (24 multiple choice) Name two different meanings for the given word.
Special Cards (12 included)

You can find Carrotville, here on TpT. And if you'd like to see the Grammar Version, check it out here. These work out perfectly for your mixed groups! 

I'm participating in the speechy spring sale today and tomorrow. Click on the picture above to visit the sale! 

OK - Now let's throw a giveaway of the Carrotville! Enter on the rafflecopter widget below! 

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