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    Expressive Language Ideas & Activities

    Expressive Language Ideas & Activities

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    Speech-Language Therapy Explanation Handouts for Parents & Teachers. Must Have! By Natalie Snyders

    Natalie Snyders, SLP: Speech-Language Therapy Explanation Handouts for Parents, Teachers, & Staff

    Here's a highly interactive game to work on those tricky he/she pronouns and/or categorization skills. With this game you can work on both receptive and expressive language skills.

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    Strengthening the Core: Modeling January Words

    Strengthening the Core: Modeling January Words

    Organization: Make your own Speech Kits - Speech 2U. Love this! I use lots of little manipulatives for this very purpose

    Organization: Make your own Speech Kits - Speech 2U

    SCIENCE Vocabulary Strategy: Students can break down words and create small definitions. Having students work with the vocabulary words instead of simply memorizing them will excite students and help with retention. Vocabulary should be relevant! (Grades K - 12) Found on Pinterest.

    The Science Penguin: Science Vocabulary Strategy: Acrostic

    Ping Pong Ball Critique. Here is a list of 30 questions that you can write on ping pong balls to make talking about art with kids more fun.

    Ping Pong Ball Critique

    SLAP IT! [Irregular Past Tense Verbs Game]-- a FUN and FREE printable to help teach your child irregular verbs

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    How to make an experience book to build language and literacy skills

    Make an Experience Book to Build Language

    TONS of printable flashcards! - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Online flashcards for kids

    Icebreaker! But w/ paint chips!!

    Community Post: 15 Awesome Classroom Ideas For Teachers

    120 convo starters or for language samples. Put in a jar for easy access.

    Dirty Hands and Lesson Plans

    Most misused English words #infographic

    12 most misused English words (infographic)

    This is a great game often played at kindy or pre-primary to help children use describing words. A mystery object is put in a bag and one child describes it to someone else (without telling what it is!) Examples of objects to put in your bag include; plane, dog, phone, sock, chair, brush, apple, …

    Mystery Bag » BusyBug Kits

    Love it. I will use this when I become an English professor.

    Acorindis y los idiomas

    This is funny XD

    The correct usage of ‘thy’ and ‘thou’…

    IEW banned words on envelopes with better choices inside to pull out. kids can make this at any level, grade. Just by making it, they are learning new words to use!

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    I always use this trick :)

    How and why to use whom in a sentence - The Oatmeal

    "The Late Talker": A Poem

    "The Late Talker": A Poem

    Words That Describe Someone's Voice

    Writing Aid - words that describe someone's voice

    For all the writers out there, The wheel of emotions #writing

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    Wiggly Eye Drawing Starter. Makes a good art center. Kids can use their imagination to draw animals, monsters, people, sea creatures, etc.

    House of Baby Piranha: Wiggly Eye Drawing Starter

    Printable Imaginative Play Mats -

    Printable Imaginative Play Mats -

    MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

    The Teacher in Me: Main Idea and Supporting Details Fun Activity

    Fancy Nancy can be used to go along with a fancy words wall. Students hear and learn new words every day and having a place for them to bring them back to gets them looking for new words that enhance their vocabulary.

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    Speech Pathology Australia's Book of the Year Award Winners for 2013

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