This set of "I can..." posters is designed for speech-language pathologists to use in therapy to help comply with the Common Core State Standards. This stylish set of 35 posters is written in child-friendly "I can" language, and comes in four color options (red, pink, orange, and yellow - please download the preview to see samples). Also included is a 6 page chart that lists each "I can" statement and corresponding ELA CCSS (grades K-6). There are 41 unique pages offered in this product, with the rest being different color options.
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The 35 "I can..." statements cover a wide variety of therapy goals and disorders, including articulation, language, fluency, voice, and AAC.
I suggest printing and laminating each poster, and display whatever posters might be relevant to your goals for each therapy session. (For instance, when working on articulation, you may choose to display, “I can share my thoughts, feelings, and ideas with others,” and “I can speak clearly so others can understand me.”) You may choose to print 2 or 4 to a page for smaller posters.
Graphics by Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah Designs, Sonya DeHart Design, and Glitter Meets Glue Design.
PLEASE NOTE: You will need an unzipping program (such as the free ZipGenius) to open this file.
Purchase of this product entitles you to use in your own classroom/assignment only. Copying or sharing with other professionals, distributing the file via the internet, or claiming this product as your own is strictly forbidden. Please direct others interested in using this product back to the original source.
The Common Core Standards were written and developed by The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. © Copyright 2010. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. All rights reserved. The standards are available online here: www.corestandards.org The author of this product is not affliated with any of these organizations.