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Are you a school-based SLP that works with K-2 students that have language impairments? 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 Dinosaur 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
❤️ Target your student's goals
The language activities in this set include tips and tricks for how to do push-in speech therapy. There is a cheat sheet guide with recommended books (YouTube read aloud or amazon links), links to themed movement videos, and 3-5 extension activities to do in small group work stations. The cheat sheet lesson plan guide has links to the common core standards that the activities are targeting.
Included is a Dinosaur Google Slide Presentation to use on a Smartboard or laptop that targets wh-questions, vocabulary and grammar concepts.
Not really able to do push-in therapy, but love using themed language activities? SLPs can still use the Dinosaur language activities in small group sessions!
These activities are aligned with the language and speaking and listening common core standards. Although it is designed for speech pathologists, SPED and General Education Teachers can also use this resource in the classroom.
Included in this Dinosaur Speech and Language 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/guardians about additional language activities to support the Dinosaur theme.
⭐ Dinosaur Lesson Plan ideas for using toys and materials you may already own in your therapy room. Additional printables are included to use with the lesson plan ideas.
⭐Dinosaur Push-In Lesson Cheat Sheet – A digital version is included in the Google Slides (fonts: KG Primary Penmanship).
⭐Cheatsheet instructions for instructional aides and teachers for “Dinosaur Play
Dough Mats” and “Dinosaur Stomp”
⭐“Dinosaur Play Dough Mats” activity with visual supports, printables, CORE boards, and cheat sheet for skills to target
⭐"Dinosaur Stomp" printables and directions for use
⭐Cheatsheet instructions for instructional aides and teachers for "Dinosaur Language Island" and "Dino Bones Hunt"
⭐"Dinosaur Language Island" includes mats for categories, verb actions, antonyms, and a
blank sheet for mixed groups
⭐"Dino Bones Hunt" has stimulus bone cards for grammar, word opposites, and categories. It also includes check-off sheets for each set, as well as a blank sheet of dinosaur bones.
⭐Cheatsheet instructions for instructional aides and teachers for "Color by Code Dinosaurs" and "Buried Fossils Inferencing"
⭐“Color by Code Dinosaurs” for noun-functions and verbs. There is an example included, so you can see how to color the dinosaur.
⭐“Buried Fossils Inferencing” worksheet with directions
⭐Google slides: Included in this lesson plan is a .digital google slide that allows students to practice answering wh-questions, discuss tools paleontologists use, YouTube links to brain breaks and read aloud, and an activity to act out the dinosaur verb actions.
Need more themed push-in language activities? Here are some more themes that will help you save time planning:
Farm Life PUSH-IN Language Lesson Plan Guides
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