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Big Brown Books, Baby Bag Books and Beyond
This article addresses early childhood classroom and reading support fo emergent language and reading concepts through the use of different techniques and lessons discussed.
The Three Little Pigs
This article focuses on early childhood literature in order to provide a basis for each of the skill areas. Activities are discussed in relation to The Three Little Pigs story. These activities can be useful during circle time, small groups, centers or transition time.
Vocabulary/Word Knowledge: Super Synonyms
This activity introduces different vocabulary words as well as synonyms. Picture cards can be created by the clinician to help illustrate a sentence using two synonyms. This activity is good for reading and semantic skills.
Home Therapy Ideas
A few therapy activities the clinician or parent can utilize to make auditory verbal therapy at home and in the clinic setting fun. This list involves games that combine learning and memory.
Sequencing: (5-9 steps)
Sequencing is an important part of developing beginning reading skills. In this activity, the client is presented with different steps that are out of order and he/she has to sequence them correctly in order to view the picture at the end.
Let me know what activities you incorporate in your lesson plans for individuals with language disorders.
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