Oral language

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a man with his mouth open eating a piece of fruit in front of him and the caption reads 50 funny would you rather question questions?
50 Funny "Would You Rather" Questions for the Whole Family {kid friendly, family night game}
Quirky Bohemian Mama - A Bohemian Mom Blog: 50 Funny "Would You Rather" Questions for the Whole Family {kid friendly, family night game}
two superhero themed reward cards for kids
Superhero Sticker Stamp Reward Chart
Twinkl Resources Superhero Sticker/Stamp Reward Chart Classroom printables for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary School and beyond! Rewards, Sticker Charts, Class Management, Behavior
a white board with writing on it that says monday, which book had to go around you happily?
a white board with writing on it that says, who is the most watched villain you've seen in a movie?
Wicked Wednesday, sorry drawing but good prompt Wednesday after Halloween
a white board with writing on it that says, we slay treasure where would you buy your hidden treasures? why?
-writing prompts in the writing center could be done on Seesaw...
a sign that has been written on the door to someone's house and it says, what video game would you like to be trapped in for a month? why?
War of Wednesday
a sign that says tantrum tuesday when was the last time you threw a tantrum? what cause the tantrum?
Tantrum Investigation & Analysis
a bulletin board with words written on it and an image of a penguin in the background
Penguin Fun
Good for oral language development, as well as concept of Venn diagram
two colorful labels with an owl and polka dot pattern on the bottom one says talk about one thing you like to do with your family
Oral Language Cards
INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: This is a great activity to get students talking to each other! Each student is given a card and discusses the topic with their partner. With sentence/topic prompts, it is easier for students to begin and carry on a conversation with a peer versus having to come up with something to say on their own. This activity is best done in partners first, then can be used with groups once students are comfortable talking to each other.