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Verbal Imitation

The skill of imitation is hugely important. Think about how often you imitate others. Not sure what you are supposed to do next during a work out class? Imitation. Not sure where to stand in line to checkout at the post office? Imitation. Not sure if you...

Preposition Books for Younger Students

The other speech therapist I work with got these Prepositional Word books from Lakeshore Learning and I thought they would go perfect with my preposition theme!  The resource is called Prepositional Words – Emergent Readers and it comes with 6 hard covered...

Teaching One and Two Step Instructions

Before we can get into any heavy duty academics, we need to ensure that our students can follow some basic instructions. Some students struggle with receptive language processing meaning they have a hard time understanding our verbal cues and...

Hacks…The Good Kind!

For most of us, the end of the school year is so near! I find that this time of year can still be challenging. Everyone is exhausted and I feel like I need a new bag of tricks. With that being said, you might be out of SPED money, or broke yourself from...

Put-In Tasks

This month we are talking about foundational skills and this topic would't be complete without talking about Put-In Tasks. A Put-In Task is a work task where (you guessed it!) the student is putting something in. There is no sorting, no matching, no...

Functional Motor Skills: the Big 6+6 Skills

I bet that title caught your attention. The Big 6+6, you say? It sounds catchy. It also sounds like a large delicious breakfast menu item that contains multiple types of breakfast meats. In the Precision Teaching world, there is an important set...

The Wh’s of Leveled Curriculums

The day I learned about leveled curriculums was the day my life changed. Not kidding. Or being overly dramatic. It was like this magical Sasha fairy and her work had solved my sped teacher problems. Once I started using language arts level one I couldn’t...

“Where is the Kitten?” and “Where” Game

Teaching prepositional concepts is difficult.  I’m always working on this skill and often have many students with goals including working on following 1-2 step directions involving basic concepts or linguistic concepts.  To target this goal I use different...

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