This download contains 10 parent handouts for early intervention. Although the handouts in this packet are developed for early intervention, I also use them with severely delayed preschool students.
In The Car
Going on Walk
Caring for Pets
Putting on Shoes
Why Routines? Routines build predictable patterns in a child’s day. When we do the same activities daily, there is a great chance for the child to learn specific vocabulary, social expectations, and actions. Routines and patterns are also an early math skill that’s important for children. We can capitalize on the repeated exposure to a task through daily life to build language.
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About the Author:
Jenna RayburnKirk, MA, CCC-SLP is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She works full time as a school SLP in Ohio. Jenna was an invited speaker at the American Speech and Hearing Association Convention in 2016. She’s presented at the national, state, and local level about a variety of topics related to school-based speech and language therapy. Jenna has created over 350 resources for her fellow SLPs and is the number one SLP seller on TpT.