Spring Word Associations

Spring Word Associations


Grade Levels: K – 5th

Subjects: English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Speech Therapy

Resource Type: Activities, Printables, Literacy Center Ideas

Formats Included: PDF

Pages: 8 pages



This resource is a spring word associations activity that can be used by the speech-language pathologist or classroom teacher to instruct students about word associations. This is an essential semantic processing skill to build vocabulary and word retrieval skills. There are two sets of vocabulary elicitation cards. The first set has 29 photographs with photos that illustrate the words. The second set includes spring flowers background with 30 vocabulary words. There is a blank set of cards with a floral background that you can use to write your own spring words. Each set provides a different level of language scaffolding or visuals to help students recall and orally express word associations. This activity is designed to help children build their semantic processing skills.

This activity can be adapted for use as a Spring Vocabulary Bingo activity. Describe the word and have kids name the word then place a bingo chip or token on the game mat. I give kids different mats in the group to practice different words. This is a fun activity to build Language processing skills for K-5 students with speech language impairment, learning disabilities, autism, and/or intellectual disability.

Thanks for the 865 digital downloads between February 2013-April 2015. Check out my other seasonal word associations resources. There are four others: Back to School, Fall, Winter, & Valentine’s Day. This product was updated in 2019.

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Tamara Anderson, M.S., Ed.S., CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist
Education Specialist


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