Looking for a way to work on social skills and pragmatic language with your students? This packet would be a fantastic way to work on this with all elementary students! This would also work as a great push-in therapy tool for students in high incidence classrooms!
It includes “Expected” and “Unexpected” things to say, conversation topic starters, problem solving tasks and even some perspective taking cards!
I created this quick handout for SLPs, special education teams, teachers, parents, etc! It has two pages depending on which one you want to use, and it’s FREE! Feel free to laminate this sucker and place in your office… have handouts on parent education nights, etc. I hope you guys can use it! It’s in my TPT Store now for FREE! 🙂
Let me know how YOU guys are able to use it, and shoot me any suggestions to improve it! Thanks, ya’ll!
Ok. So I really love fall. I love everything about it. The leaves changing colors… cute boots…big blanket scarves… and even the adorable fall graphics I found to make my newest TPT product! I created this Fall Describing Packet that I think you might just love…
It has all kinds of activities inside… categories, attributes, describing posters, writing prompts… it’s got it all! Check it out on my TPT store! There’s also a freebie from it if you’re looking to check it out… I hope you love it!!
Looking to find a handout for teachers, parents or administrators on WHY you use push-in therapy? What are ALL the things you do in a classroom’s lesson while you’re just observing. This is an excellent way to explain to parents, also, on why you’re adding push-in therapy minutes onto an IEP. These minutes are so beneficial and truly give you the “big picture” for your students. Push-in therapy is more than just observing. Use this resource to advocate and educate! Check it out at my TPT store!