Robot Vocabulary

This fun, robot pack targets synonyms, antonyms, homographs, and word meanings! It is 41-pages long! You can find it here.


Pages 2-3: Cover Cards – To help keep you organized!
Pages 4-14: Homographs – Match each homograph card to another card with two different possible definitions!
Pages 15-33: A roll the die game for synonyms, antonyms, and word meanings. There are 24 cards for each of 3 difficulty levels.
Pages 34-40: Reinforcers – Including 5 puzzles and a board game.

Sample pictures are provided below:









If this looks like something you could use, check it out in my TpT store here. THANKS!

Superhero Silly Sentence Formulation

My newest packet is a fun, and motivating way to target sentence formulation. You can find it here.


It is a 17-page packet with a superhero theme. It allows your students to make silly sentences while learning about word order and the parts of a sentence.

12 ‘who’ cards with superheros
28 ‘what’ cards with actions on them (ex: grew twice as big)
24 ‘where’ cards with places on them (ex: on a skyscraper)
8 ‘when’ cards (ex: two weeks ago)
24 ‘why’ cards (ex: because he was hungry)
1 visual/mat
1 homework page/worksheet

Sample pictures are below:



There are cards included for each part of a sentence. You can see sample cards below.










Also included is a sentence formulation worksheet, that can also be used as homework.


If this looks like something you could use in your speech room, check it out in my TpT store here.

Conversation Phone Text Messages

This 15-page packet contains 81 cell phones cards that prompt your student to respond to a comment or question! Each comment or question looks like it is a text message from a specific person (mom, dad, friend, classmate, etc..).


There is an included visual mat that may help some students decide how to respond (with a comment, question, or response). It could also help get your students to explain why they responded a certain way.


Great for social skill or pragmatics goals!

Watch out for shattered screen cards!


If this looks like a product you could use in your speech room, check it out in my TpT Store here.


Cash Cab Expressive Language!

Yay for new materials! I love Cash Cab so much. A while ago I used to work for a daycare and we took field trips every day! That meant bussing around 14 kids in my big, white van each afternoon.

A month into the summer, I began playing Cash Cab with my kids in the van. I’d prepare a huge list of questions and pretend I was Ben, the driver, from Cash Cab. They all got really into it and it decreased the backseat naughtiness substantially!

So now I’ve created an expressive language packet with a Cash Cab theme! You can find it here.


This is a fun packet targeting a variety of expressive language skills! It is a whopping 95 pages long and contains over 400 game cards targeting:

Naming Items Within A Category (Red Light Challenge! Cards)
Naming Function
Describing A Word
Word Finding
Comparing and Contrasting Two Words
Creating WH Questions
Describing A Process (How Questions)
Multiple Meaning Words

The packet also includes:
One Group Game Board
Individual Game Strips
Cash Cab Money Earning Score Sheets
Foil Cards
Shout Out! Cards
Describing Things Visual
Game instructions for three ways to play
1 Set of Blank Cards

This game allows for a variety of ways to play! You can play with all of the skill decks, or only use some!

See sample pictures below:


If you need more materials targeting some of those skills, check the packet out in my TpT Store here.

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