Pragmatic Language Board These are important phrases for your child to learn, and can minimize his frustration as he tries to communicate his needs. If he is non-verbal, teach him how to point to the card or image on a board, especially the "I need a break" card! Pinned by www.preschoolspeechie.com
All About Me Math Freebie! I’ve been jealous of all the adorable Math About Me activities for younger students. They are all to stinkin’ cute! I didn’t want my third graders to miss out on all the fun, so I create a short, sweet version for upper elementary students. It’s fairly basic, but there’s a catch (of course)! Students cannot simply answer with a number. They must answer the questions with a number sentence that equals that number.
Cotton reels & lolly sticks & Velcro! Great for making and breaking words. Use with words/pictures to make sentences/stories, laminate blank paper and use as a whiteboard to write in missing words. Make sums with numbers. Use pictures of the children and use as counters for games (or use coloured stars, shapes etc.) Many uses!! Literacy and numeracy, English and math, school, activity ideas