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Page 2: Clip art credit and Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy Copyright page.
Page 3 -4: Contents & Directions pages
Page 5: Why I developed this treatment packet.
Page 6: Left and right hands. 1) Place your left hand on top of the left hand shown. 2)Place your right hand on top of the right hand shown. 3) Put a “L” on the left hand with your pencil. It is on the left hand side of the page. 4) Put a “R” on the right hand which is on the right side of the page.
Page 7: Trace the left and right hand and label.
Pages 8 -9: Activities, cueing techniques and fun games to help teach right and left to students.
Pages 10-11: Find the objects on the right and left side of boxes and color them.
Page 12: Circle the objects on the right or left side of the page.
Page 13: Describe the objects given a right or left sided picture to target.
Page 14-15: Cut out the pictures and use them to follow directions to place on the winter scene.
Page 16 -17: Underline the bears or penguins facing to the right or circle the animals facing to the left.
Page 18: Color in the arrows facing to the right.
Page 19: Cut out the penguins hat and use it to follow directions identifying body parts.
Page 20: Left vs. right direction following page.
Page 21-22: Follow directions to color in a boy or girl.
Page 23: Complete the maze by following the left or right direction.
Page 24-26: How to teach the b and d cueing pages and posters.
Page 27: P and Q teaching poster.
Page 28: B and D teaching poster.
Page 29: Identify which direction the circle is on with the letters of B, P. D, G and Q.
Page 30-31: Match the hat to the penguin to complete a upper to lowercase letter match activity.
Pages 32-35: Circle the uppercase letters (Seek-n-Find).
Pages 36-40: Draw a line from the uppercase letters of B, D, G, Q, & G to the lowercase letters of b, d, g, q, and g.
Pages 41-44: Find the lowercase letters (Seek-n-Find).
Pages 45-47: Color in or use a paint dotter to find circle letters.
Pages 48 -52: Print out the fish blank fish pages to be glued to the back of the letter fish. Cut out 18 fish. Use the fish for memory match or for “fishing” and then placing on the penguin fishing page. Page 53-54: Connect the dots to write upper and lowercase circle letters.
Pages 55-56; Draw a line from the upper to lowercase matching letters.
Page 57: Fill in the missing uppercase letters to finish the alphabet.
Page 58: Fill in the missing lowercase letters to finish the alphabet. Page 59: Write the lowercase letter next to the given uppercase letter.
Pages 60-61: Roll the Circle Letter Dice game. Student rolls the dice after it is printed, laminated and put together. The student writes the letter down that is rolled and says the letter aloud too.
Page 62: Complete the maze and identify the circle letters seen on the way to the end of the maze.
Page 63: Circle letter Tic-Tac-Toe. Say the letter as you take your turn putting down a X or O.
Pages 64-65: Connect the dots to finish a word and than draw a line from the word to the picture.
Page 66: B and D word crossword puzzle.
Page 67: Connect the dots to complete a square game. Student reads a B or D word when each line is drawn.
Page s 68-74: Circle Letter Word Reading Game. Words are printed out after the back sheets are glued on them for durability. The words are turned over and placed on the mats. The teacher and student take turns turning over a word to see if they can spell a sentence. The word is read every time. The sentences targeted are for helping to remember circle letters. The first person to spell the sentence of either 1) Letter b starts the word bed or 2) Door starts with the letter d wins the game!