Attached is an AWESOME resource from www.autismlittlelearners.com for expressive and receptive language for little ones! It includes scenes that can be printed or presented to your child on a computer or tablet along with prompts/questions to target receptive and expressive language skills- such as following directions, labeling, WH- Questions, etc. Check it out! 🙂 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_yWbdm22aHF-bGo6T97t_CI4XN5mBDeO?usp=sharing […]continue reading Preschool Language Resource
Hello! Attached is a fun articulation activity to practice speech sounds if your student is working on producing certain sounds or syllable structures. All you need is a dice, something to color with and to print specific pages of the document that is attached. Find the speech sounds your student is working on (check their […]continue reading Articulation Dice Activity
Happy Thursday! Attached are a few more free language activities that you can download and do with your student if you choose. Please feel free to email me with any questions! email@example.com reading More Language Worksheets :)
For students working with core vocabulary boards- here are a few phrases to model with the core board! If you and your student make a fort, take a picture and email it to me! I would love to see it! 🙂 firstname.lastname@example.org Happy Building! -Veronica Bennett M.A. CCC-SLPcontinue reading Preschool Play Activity- Build a Fort!
This is for all my students who are working on specific speech sounds! Download the word lists for the speech sounds your child works on during speech. Refer to your student’s IEP for specific sounds or shoot me an email and I will let you know which sounds 🙂 email@example.com Then print one of the […]continue reading Spring Articulation Coloring Pages
Here are some ways to incorporate the core vocabulary board when reading with your child. Many things we say to our children when reading with them are core words that have related icons on the core vocabulary board. I encourage you to pull out the core board when reading with your child and use some […]continue reading Reading with Core Vocabulary
One of our amazing Dearborn SLPs, Alana Kobeissi, has made some introductory videos about core vocabulary and how to use the core vocabulary boards at home with students who are learning how to communicate. Please check her out her blog! We encourage modeling and using the 108 as much as possible, but they do come […]continue reading Core Vocabulary Videos
This post is for my friends who are utilizing core vocabulary boards to help them communicate! Let’s try to focus on practicing using the word GO this week! Parents: If you go somewhere, show them the core board and point to ‘go’ as you say “we are going to GO to the ____”. Continue modeling […]continue reading Core Vocabulary Word of the Week: GO
Happy Tuesday! I have linked a few different free Language bundles that include fun worksheets targeting many different aspects of language, including: reading comprehension, following directions, plurals, pronouns, etc! I encourage my students who have language goals to check them out when you have time 🙂 As always, please contact me with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org– […]continue reading Language Worksheets!