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- Are you a school-based SLP that works with K-2 students with language disorders? Do you like to go into the Special Education classroom to provide push-in language support? If you said, "yes" to these questions, then this Push-In Language Lesson Plan Guide⭐ BUNDLE #1⭐ will support the busy speech pa$90.00$100.00Save $10.00
Are you a school based SLP that works with K-2 students with language disorders? Do you like to go into the Special Education classroom to provide push-in language supportt? If you said, "yes" to these questions, then this Back To School Themed Push-In Language Lesson Plan Guide will support the busy speech pathologist in the following ways:
Save time lesson planning
Increase student engagement during the lesson
Help the classroom teacher learn how to implement language during the academic school day
The language activities in this set include tips and tricks for how to do push-in speech therapy. There is also a cheat sheet guide with recommended books (links include to YouTube videos or amazon), links to themed movement videos, Included are two School Themed Google Slide presentation to use on a Smartboard or laptop, and language extension activities using school vocabulary . The cheat sheet lesson plan guide has links to the common core standards that the activities are targeting.
Not really able to push-in therapy, but love using themed language activities? SLPs can still use these school language activities in their small group sessions!
Included in this resource:
⭐How to use these lessons in the classroom and/or in a small group.
⭐Tips and tricks for doing push in speech & language support in the classroom.
⭐Blank lesson plan template (2 versions) to fill out before the push in lesson. Fill out with the teacher if you have collaboration time. A digital copy is included on google slides to edit and share with the teacher.
⭐Letter home to parents/guardian about additional language activities to support the school theme.
⭐School Push-In Lesson Cheat Sheet – A digital version is included in the google slides (fonts: KG Primary Penmanship).
⭐Cheat sheet instructions for instructional aids and teachers for the category sorty activity
⭐School basic category sort including lunch food, toys, school supplies and playground
⭐Yes/No Anchor chart to answer yes/no questions about school supplies and visual sentence frames to work on category and noun function
⭐Mystery school item game that comes with visual supports and printable items. SLPs and teacher can use real items from around the classroom.
⭐Cheat sheet for instructional aids and teachers for anchor charts and mystery school item game.
⭐Who Has The pencil or crayons? Turn taking & asking “who” questions with peers. Print up the pencils or crayons, laminate if desired and cut out. Have all the students close their eyes. Explain that if the student gets a pencil or crayon that they have to keep it a secret. When all the items are hidden, pick a student or students to ask his/her peers if they have the item? Continue this activity until all the school items are found. Use real items if you have them!
⭐School preposition Simon Says game with visual sentence frames.
⭐Cheat sheet for instructional aids and teachers for Who has the pencil? game & Simon Says.
⭐Google slides: Included in this lesson plan is a .digital google slide that works on answering wh-questions, and learning school vocabulary.
⭐Google slides: I spy school items.
⭐Digital lesson planner that you can email and share with the classroom teacher. Add links to videos or activities that the teacher may need to access from their computer. The lesson plan cheat sheet is also available in a google slide form, so you can share with teachers or access digitally during the lesson.
⭐Digital parent letter home to send via email. To customize, you can edit the blank template included.
Need more themed push-in language activities? Here are some more themes that will help you save time planning:
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