This product is intended to be used to enhance visuospatial skills. The product is intended to be used with both children and adults if necessary. The top right corner shows the symbol that is intended to be crossed out. Encourage those completing
This product is intended for adults with cognitive linguistic impairments following stroke or brain injury. However, it can also be used with children learning time. The first page provides 3 multiple choice options to answer questions related to
This product is intended to help with visuospatial skills through a cancellation task. The top right corner shows the intended directional arrow to be eliminated. Encourage those completing the task to scan the page from left to right (as you would
This is a simple activity created to assist in a child's understanding of locative prepositions. You can have them cut the images out or you can cut them out ahead of time. They can read the directions or you can simply give them the directions.
Use this product to target present progressive (-ing) with your clients. It could also be used to target pronouns. I like pairing the cards with a game (i.e. pop up pirate, pop the pig, don't spill the beans) to make it more fun. Enjoy!
English Language Arts, EFL - ESL - ELD, Speech Therapy
This product is intended to be printed out and laminated. The first page provides category mats which can either be kept together or cut into individual squares. The goal is to have the child identify 3 items that belong to each category. The
This brochure was created to be used as a resource for parents. The purpose of the brochure is provide straight-forward, simple ways to target their child's expressive and receptive language development at home.
English Language Arts, Special Education, Speech Therapy
This is a free product including 20 CVC words that begin with /s/. These pages can be printed and laminated and cut into individual cards. The cards can be used for a variety of functions and in conjunction with a variety of activities. Enjoy!
These are two social stories the first regarding what you should do if someone's door is closed and the second regarding holding hand safety. These are accompanied by 5 simple yes/no questions to reinforce the story and assist in comprehension.