Adventures in Tutoring

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Individual and group tutoring services for students with mild (resource)-severe disabilities.

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Friday, November 16, 2012

Prepositions and Pronouns

Speech Prepositions and Pronouns
I created another project that is posted on Teachers Pay Teachers. This one is more directed for speech therapy. In my eyes speech therapy is a group effort by the SLP, teacher, and parents. When only worked on in isolation progress is extremely slow and doesn't generalize to other settings. In this packet you will find

  • A list of a few of my favorite picture books about Christmas time with some ways to include them into speech therapy.
  • 2 pages with pronoun activities
  • Favorite Christmas books for speech
  • 66 cards with pictures and the corresponding prepositional word. With these cards you can play a matching game, show the student one picture and ask, "Where is Santa?" the student response would be the prepositional word. Or you can show the student a picture and have them tell you what they see, such as "Santa is in the sled." This way they are working on complete sentences with prepositions. The link below will take you to the Teachers Pay Teachers Web Site.
Prepositions and Pronouns

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