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
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! firstname.lastname@example.org 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! 🙂 email@example.com Happy Building! -Veronica Bennett M.A. CCC-SLPcontinue reading Preschool Play Activity- Build a Fort!
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!
This video does a great job of showing how to read to young children. Dialogic book reading is an interactive experience for the reader and the child and is wonderful for building comprehension skills! The link below includes stories, videos and reading activities by grade level. It is a phenomenal resource! https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html?cachingcontinue reading Dialogic Book Reading
Play a game where you hide something and give your child specific directions on how to find it (i.e. Go up the stairs. Turn right and walk to 10 steps. Look behind the pillow.) Then have your child take a turn hiding something and giving you specific directions. (Great for giving and following directions!) Play […]continue reading A Few Simple Language Activities