Conjunctions Copy - Students construct their own sentences for BECAUSE. This can also be used to practice answering WHY questions, and inferencing. Requires assistance of a listening buddy (parent, teacher, sibling, peer tutor) who knows how to use ""because" in sentences. This lesson can be broken up into two lessons of increasing difficulty.
Narrative Elements - Explore or reinforce knowledge of narrative elements with these activities for Laura Numeroff's book "If You Take A Mouse To School". Appropriate for common core ELA standards for understanding story elements, answering questions about story details, and even retelling the story with the sequencing pictures.
Fry Sight Words 1 - Part 1 of the first 100 high frequency sight words, presented in 5 sets of 5. Students must tap on the word that is said, then find the words in text. Sentences have been carefully chosen to reinforce reading of previously learned sight words. #intervention #homework #centers
If Someone Asks Me To Stop - This is a social script for students who persist in annoying behaviors even after being asked to stop. Best suited for PreK or students with special needs. To be most effective, this story should be done first thing every day, especially before activities that are problematic. #social story #tantrum #meltdown Updated 3/15/17 to add interactive elements.
Being First - Not actually a game, this is a "social script" for children who have a hard time dealing with not being first all the time. Good for preK students or students with special needs. To be most effective, do this story every day, especially before lining up or playing a game. #social story #tantrum #meltdown Updated 3/16/17 to include interactive elements.
What's That Word? - Number 2 in a series of word retrieval strategies. This strategy is using opposites as a memory trigger. As students try out all the different strategies, they will discover which ones work best for them so you can target those in therapy. Done in a game format, students have 5 seconds to name the picture after hearing the opposite clue.