Summer Camp Language and Grammar Activities



I hope everyone is having a great start to their summer!  I know I am loving being home with my boys.  We have been swimming, running around to baseball games, and generally just loving the great weather we have been having here.  In some of our downtime, I started working on a set of activities with a summer theme: Summer Camp Expressive Language Game, Summer Camp Receptive Language Game, and Summer Camp Grammar Game.  These packets would be great to use if you are in a clinic this summer, or doing Extended School Year programming.

The first in the set is Summer Camp Expressive Language Game:



There is a board game that is used for each packet:

There are four sets of cards that focus on specific skills.  The skills include:
  • categorization
  • compare and contrast
  • functions
  • if/then statements 
You can pick one set to use with a group of students, or you can differentiate instruction and use separate sets for each student based on their needs.
I have included a homework page for each targeted skill.  Here is the example of the categorization page.
 
For this packet, I also included some "I can" pages with visual sentence starters.  Here is an example:
 
The second packet in this series is Summer Camp Receptive Language Game. 
 
 
 The same board game that is included in the expressive packet is also included in this packet.  There are four sets of skills targeted in this packet:
  • auditory closure
  • listen for absurdities
  • part/whole relationships
  • what doesn't belong?
 
 There is also a homework page for each targeted skill.
 
 
The third packet is: Summer Camp Grammar Game
 
 

 Again, this game uses the same game board as shown above.  There are four grammar skills targeted in this packet:
  • subjective pronouns
  • irregular plurals
  • was/were
  • do/does

I made "I can" statement pages for each of the above skills.  Here is an example of the irregular plurals page: 
I also have a homework page for each skill that is similar to the pages in the previous packets.

You can purchase each of these packets separately in my TpT store:
Summer Camp Expressive Language Game
Summer Camp Receptive Language Game
Summer Camp Grammar Game

Or, you can purchase these three packets bundled for your savings!  20% off of each packet if you purchase them bundled.
Summer Camp Bundle of Language and Grammar Skills



Thanks so much, and hope you continue to have a great summer!
Jen

34 comments:

  1. I am not working this summer!!! :) With a hurricane and blizzard this school year, my summer is going to be a short one. I just couldn't bring myself to give up any of it!

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  2. I am doing EI and a social skills group.

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  3. I'm working part time this summer at a nearby clinic - this would be so fun to use with many of my kids! Great packet!

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  4. I'm on vacation. *Just* planning for next year.

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  5. This summer, I am working at our local acute-care facility AND our local SNF. I do this all year (AND I work full-time for the schools). Am currently re-learning how to conduct modified barium swallow tests. In the rural setting, one must be proficient at many things! Happy summer!
    twmorlan@gmail.com
    GoldCountrySLP

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    1. Busy girl! I haven't done a modified barium swallow in years. I would definitely need a refresher!

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  6. Yes! My therapy schedule is all year round. Love it but could use a little beach! Headed to the Listening and Spoken Language Symposium next month in LA so will talk in some site seeing!

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    1. Sounds like a great conference to attend! Enjoy!

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  7. I am working during our districts ESY.

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  8. Yes, I currently work in outpatient pediatric clinic serving children 2-17.

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  9. I'm not working but I do provide parents with carryover materials to reinforce skills through the summer.

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  10. I am not working. Im on summer vacation trying to regroup for next year.

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  11. Not getting paid, but I will be spending lots of time getting ready for next year.

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  12. I will be working on my own time printing/cutting/laminating all of my TPT purchases from this year so I will be ready when school starts back up in August. Your camp activities would be fun to do when we first start back to school!

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    1. I'm going to be doing a lot of the same. I was thinking I could use this packet at the beginning of the year too.

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  13. I am on summer break. Just graduated and starting my CFY in the schools in the Fall! Spending my summer planning and making materials! :)

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    1. Good luck in the fall! You are going to love the profession!!!

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  14. I work PRN on Saturdays at a local SNF, and I am working at a speech camp for three weeks (day camp). These activities would fit right in with camp!

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    1. I used to do PRN at a SNF before I had kids. I really liked it!

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  15. I work in the school setting and with a private clinic. I have 4 private clients I see in the summer.

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  16. i am not working, but doing alot of prepping for next year

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  17. I am doing ESY for my school district, so YES...providing lots of services!

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  18. I was suppose to do ESY for my new job but they ended up not needing me. So sadly no students this summer. I am trying to enjoy my time off with lots of traveling!

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  19. I'm working part time at a private clinic, part time in LTC facilities and also prepping for next school year!!

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  20. I am providing services for those students in the county that qualified for extended school year services. I have mostly 3-7 year olds. These look like wonderful materials

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  21. Definitely working this summer. But I am used to it.

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  22. I am working ESY this summer - this is our last week. I work with 1-7 students during this time - and K-8 during the regular school year.

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  23. No.. completely on vacation for the first time in 28 years, though recently I have only had one or two kids for the summer.

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  24. I worked an extended contract this year, but it was only a week. In the past I have, but this year I am not.

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  25. Yes, I am working over the summer with my students who qualify for ESY. These packets are just what I am looking for. Thanks so much.

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  26. ESY and a little bit of part-time work. always looking for new ideas! :)

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