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Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education

Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Fall Plurals for Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Special Education
Product Description
Use this colorful Fall activity to teach plurals, great for SLP’s, special education teachers and classroom intervention. Includes:

• Plurals Flip Book to facilitate learning this important skill in a multi-sensory manner (seeing, hearing, touching)
• Plurals game: 7 pages of 42 game cards
• Reading activities to support connecting the skill from the vocabulary word level to the reading level. This provides a means to scaffold the skill
• Fun fall theme
• Common Core Curriculum linked, evidence based practice
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• How do plurals link to reading skills?
• Understanding the rules of grammar can be tricky, especially for a student with a language impairment. Scaffolding the skills by using pictures can make the new idea more concrete. “Meta” activities are included. These are activities that talk about talking and think about thinking. These are an important part of your intervention plan and will help the child transfer his new skill to other situations. It will help with reading comprehension, as he thinks more closely about what he is reading and realizes that when a word’s structure changes, the meaning changes.
• Source: Wallach, G., and Miller, L. (1988) Language Intervention and Academic Success. Boston, MA: College-Hill Publications
• Linked to the following core curriculum standards:
• Kindergarten
• K.1..c.. Form regular plural nouns orally by adding /s/ or /es/ (e.g., dog, dogs; wish, wishes).
• Grade 1
• Literacy
• L.1.1.c Use singular and plural nouns with matching verbs in basic sentences (e.g., He hops; We hop).

Total Pages
24 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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