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Receptive Language Activities & Ideas

I love the hands-on concept....Number Bracelets! Students write down all of the ways they can make numbers by manipulating the beads on their bracelets. I could get really fancy with some of my beads.

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: printables

Speech Pathology Australia's 2013 Book of the Year Awards - ANOTHER six great books that made the shortlist for early language skills.

2013 Book of the Year Shortlist – Part 2

The Objective of the Lego Listening Game … is for one player to arrange his/her blocks in exactly the same design/pattern as the other player. The catch is that players cannot see each others’ blocks/board but must rely only on verbal instructions. This is a fabulous game for developing both spoken language and vocabulary as well as listening skills!

Homemade Lego Listening Game - Childrens Stories

Patient Ear Chart

Robinson Eye Institute, P.C. "Patient Ear Chart"

Make a Lego marble maze. This is a very spatial, tactile, logical task... requires clever thinking and some trial and error... great problem-solving activity.

Aggieland Mommy: Summer Bucket List Part 2