SLP Overloaded

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SLP Overloaded has created a visual conversation board to accompany the songs "The Wheels on the Bus" and (as a special bonus) "The Leaves on the Tree." These products can be used with students on the Autism Spectrum, language impaired children,
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Use with students on the Autism Spectrum, language impaired preschoolers, cognitively impaired students or other non-or-low-verbal children. This license allows you to make multiple copies for your own use as a classroom set. Give each child a copy
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Visual Communication Tool to accompany "The Leaves on the Tree" (sung to the tune of "The Wheels on the Bus". This product included free in SLP Overloaded in The Wheels on the Bus pack, or can be purchased here separately. Use with ASD, ECSE, ELL,
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Visual Communication Board to accompany the finger play Way Up High in the Apple Tree. Use with students on the Autism spectrum, and other low-and-non-verbal students, inclusive classes, and ELL. Board provides visual support during circle time,
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Visual communication tool to accompany "5 Little Monkeys." Use with ASD, CI, ECSE, ELL and other low or non-verbal students. As you teach the finger play, point to pictures that represent the spoken words. Allow children to "retell" the story using
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SLP Overloaded has created a visual communication tool to accompany an original version of "The Pumpkins on the Bus." This visual communication pack is intended to be used with ASD, CI, ECSE, and any low-or-non-verbal child. This set includes a
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Kit contains: Visual Communication board to accompany the song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" (with real photos!), and a Visual Conversation Board to use during a snowman craft activity (either construction paper or play dough). Autism, Visual
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Antonyms, Synonyms, Following Directions, Auditory Comprehension. Includes 2 different following direction activities/coloring pages. Can be used as auditory (listening) comprehension or as a reading comprehension activity. Antonym/Synonym coloring
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Visual support for familiar preschool songs from SLP Overloaded. Use these visual communication boards with children on the Autism spectrum, language impaired pre-school children, low-and-non-verbal children, and ELL students to help increase their
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a speech language pathologist who recently left the school setting to (gulp) try private practice. My experience is in: early childhood developmentally delayed (ECDD), language impaired, CI, EI, ASD, articulation, fluency. I especially enjoy working with low-or-non verbal children. I co-taught our kindergarten general education music class (ASD inclusion), and incorporated visual tools on a regular basis. I saw an increase in participation, imitation, and speech production in my ASD students, and the visual communication tools benefitted regular-education peers as well, as they often clamored to see and use the boards. The ASD kids got a chance to actively participate in the class by making visually supported choices/comments etc.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in teaching language in context, and using hands-on activities, literature, music and movement whenever possible.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master's Degree in Communication Science and Disorders from Wayne State University. BA in English and Family Life Education Secondary Education, Western Michigan University.

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I like cooking, decorating, biking, tennis, and spending time with my family.

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