Put evidence-based practice to work and help students really learn Tier II vocabulary. Work with students creating a booklet to explore word class, synonyms, antonyms, "makes me think of," drawing a picture, creating a sentence and finding other
This activity is designed to be used with two young children’s books: “Who can jump?” and “Who can swim?” by Sebastien Braun. You can purchase them separately. They are available at my local library, so check yours!
This activity targets so many
Work with your elementary students on using third person masculine and feminine singular pronouns in object, subject and possessive forms all in one activity-he, she, him, her, his, and hers. The students will draw items on the stick figures and say
Motivational trial tracking boards. Laminate and add stick-on velcro. Motivate students! They put smiley faces on a chart following each trial. Give them visual reminders of how many trials they are being asked to complete. Increase compliance and
Special Education, Speech Therapy, For All Subjects
This packet of coloring-based worksheets presents minimal pair therapy activities for "f" and "v" from sounds in isolation all the way to sentences. Student love coloring ice cream! How many different flavors can you color? What is your favorite?