Expressive language disorder

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Darla Walker
27 things to do with students who are not paying attention. These tips will help the student pay more attention next time and help the teacher manage their classroom better. Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Differentiation In The Classroom, Classroom Discipline, Classroom Libraries, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks

Pay attention, please…

Sometimes it is the students who are bored and sometimes it is the instructor who is boring. Engaged students pay attention. This work by Mia MacMeekin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribut…

This would be a perfect way to include classroom helpers in my classroom. Having classroom helpers/classroom jobs allows for each student to feel they have a say in the classroom and it promotes a sense of unity in the classroom. Classroom Setting, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, Future Classroom, Ks2 Classroom, Classroom Job Chart, Classroom Routines, Classroom Jobs Board, Primary Classroom Displays

Bulletin Board - Help Wanted

This is our Help Wanted poster for classroom jobs. I just like the way it is set up.

Phonics - Phonological and phonemic awareness: Research has identified phonemic awareness and letter knowledge as the two best predictors of how well a child will learn to read during the. Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Kindergarten Orientation, Reading Tutoring, Kindergarten Freebies, Kindergarten Centers, Reading Fluency, Literacy Centers

Phonemic Awareness Intervention Kit and Activity Pack - Make Take & Teach

Thanks for stopping by and checking out the Make, Take & Teach Activity Pack for Phonemic Awareness. The activities contained in this pack are ideal for use within your targeted small group intervention. If your school uses the DIBELS Next as a universal screening assessment, the activities align with the Initial Sound Fluency and Phoneme […]

Boardmaker Icons SENTENCE STRIPS --- All About Me --- For School. This is a great activity for expressive speech and answering WH-Questions. Colorful sentence strips: My name is _____. I go to _____ school. I am _____ years old. I am in _____ grade. Autism Teaching, Autism Activities, Autism Classroom, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, School Classroom, Speech Pathology, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language

SPEECH THERAPY Boardmaker Sentence Strips All About Me for School AUTISM

Boardmaker Icons SENTENCE STRIPS --- All About Me --- For School. This is a great activity for expressive speech and answering WH-Questions. Colorful sentence strips: My name is _____. I go to _____ school. I am _____ years old. I am in _____ grade. My birthday is _____. My teacher is ______. I...

WK 16 of Cycle 1 CC- Learning about volcanoes! Science Week, Science Activities For Kids, Teaching Science, Science Projects, Science Experiments, School Projects, Summer Science, Teaching Ideas, School Ideas

Erupting With Fun

Volcanoes are one of the coolest natural wonders; just ask any 5-year old. My son knew a little about their eruptions, but when I started to ask him more detailed questions like, “What is lava and where does it come from?” a blank stare was his response. To give him a better understanding, I figured we’d read a few books, make an eruption of our own, and journal about what he learned. I got the recipe for making our “volcano” from Linda Hetzer’s book “Rainy Days & Saturdays.” Here are the…

The StoryBuilder app helps to improve auditory processing for kids by reciting lines from a story, allowing them to repeat and record, and. Auditory Processing Activities, Sensory Processing Disorder, Expressive Language Disorder, Audio Books For Kids, Learning Apps, Special Needs Kids, Educational Technology, Assistive Technology, Speech Therapy

Story Builder is designed to help children accomplish the following educational goals: 1) Improve paragraph formation; 2) Improve integration of ideas; and 3) Improve higher level abstractions by inference. Extensive use of audio clips promotes improved auditory processing for special needs children with autism spectrum disorders or sensory processing disorders.

One of my favorite apps for helping children with social thinking! The Social Express app! Teaching Social Skills, Social Emotional Learning, Teaching Boys, Learning Apps, Mobile Learning, Teaching Spanish, Coping Skills, Life Skills, Ipad Apps

Manage Social Situations through Video Modeling: The Social Express

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Task Cards to practice answering how and why questions from a short paragraph. Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, What If Questions, This Or That Questions, Expressive Language Disorder, Autism Parenting, Common Core Standards, Speech Therapy, Comprehension

Free Trial of How and Why Question Comprehension Cards

I have several students who are answering a how question with a why response. Our students with language delays, autism, and 2nd language learners often have trouble with these skills. “How” and “Why” questions are question forms that require a higher level of thinking and language skills to formulate responses. …