Language Listening Skills Interactive Notebook for Speech K - 1 - 2 - 3

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Tired of juggling all the materials, data and progress notes for your language intervention students? Help meet standards for language and for speaking-listening with your speech-language therapy or special education students in Kindergarten to 3rd grade, with this Interactive Notebook for Language Skills.

This resource contains the materials and activities for speech therapists and special education teachers to create interactive notebooks for language, speaking and listening to track progress and provide a tangible record for students.

Keep tangible demonstration of progress, student responses, data.

Make writing progress reports & IEPs easier.


• “I can...” statements to glue into their notebooks aligned to most of the CCSS for Language, Speaking & Listening (some standards for conventions of capitalization and punctuation are not included).

• statements for the progression from K-2 first, then standards from grade 3.

I have omitted grade levels from the standards labels, for the sake of older students working below age/grade level.

• examples and activities for most statements

There are purposefully not sufficient activities in this resource to teach all of the standards. This is a way to keep track of the standards and show progress, not a completely stand-alone teaching resource.

There are, however, numerous samples for each standard, and many activities that can, indeed, stand alone. Some activities will complete an entire therapy session.

A Guide to the Contents:

  1. SL.2 and SL.3 - Listening task cards
  2. SL.3 - Modified barrier game activities with directions
  3. SL.4 - Describing people, places, things, and events activities (SL.5 and L.1f can also be met with these activities)
  4. SL.6
  5. L.1b, 1c, 1e, 1f - pictures to be used in the notebook to demonstrate ability to use these words/skills, and task cards for proper and possessive nouns
  6. L.1e - alternate images - with little monsters clip art - for some of the earlier developing prepositions
  7. L.1a - Categories sort activities
  8. L.1g - Conjunctions and combined sentences task cards
  9. L.1f - Expanded sentences task cards, sentence strips to fix
  10. L.1d - Pronouns task cards
  11. L.1e - Verb tense task cards
  12. L.2d - Pronouns/possessive pronouns task cards
  13. L.4a - Multiple meaning task cards
  14. L.4b & c - Affixes and root words task cards
  15. L.4d - Compound words activity
  16. L.4e - Dictionary word and meaning cards to fill in
  17. L.5a - Category sort activities
  18. L.5b - Opposite sort activity,
  19. L.5d - Definitions template activity
  20. L.5d - Sequence verbs in order of intensity, then have students use 2 in sentences.
  21. L.5d - Comparatives
  22. L.5a - Figurative language

Answer keys/examples are provided as needed.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Confirm understanding of a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media by asking and answering questions about key details and requesting clarification if something is not understood.
Describe familiar people, places, things, and events and, with prompting and support, provide additional detail.
Describe people, places, things, and events with relevant details, expressing ideas and feelings clearly.
Produce complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation.
Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says in order to clarify comprehension, gather additional information, or deepen understanding of a topic or issue.


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