Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Summer Language Worksheets

Ahhh....summer.  It's almost here!  Road trips, swimming pools, running through the sprinklers, ice cream and popsicles, it's all great!  I'm assuming you're as excited as I am.  And whether you're a fellow speechie or a fellow mommy, I've got a treat for you.  Summer Language Worksheets!  These are wonderful, short, and fun ways to keep your child's language skills sharp over the long summer break.  They're best for children K-4th grade or so.  Some may be easy, some may be a little more difficult.  You can make them more fun by putting them in a page protector and having your child draw a star or smiley face in  each square as they complete it.  Or you can cut them out and put them in a jar for them to draw from.  Or if you're on a road trip, make it a sort of a game while you're driving!  Be creative! And enjoy!
*I realize my blog needs more pictures.  And finding pictures online is a pain.  So I just used a family picture.  Hope you don't mind. :)


  1. I love your blog Michelle! I am an ELL teacher so I get tons of ideas from speech blogs because my ELL kiddos and my poverty kiddos ALL need language development. Thank you for this great *freebie*!

    I am a new follower to your blog. I would love for you to come and visit me when you get the chance. =)

    Heather's Heart

    1. Glad to have you stop by Heather! Consider me your newest follower and fellow blog friend! Your blog is fabulous - I will definitely keep tabs on it. :)