Articles from Expressive Language

How to Use Task Cards When Teaching Grammar

Teaching grammar is not easy.  There are so many different rules and exceptions to the rules when teaching certain grammar skills.  Plus there are so many areas to target.  I have created some different grammar task card sets over the years to use with my students...

Building Up Vocabulary Skills Using Task Cards

It always takes some time to get back into the swing of things at the beginning of the school year.  We spent lots of time setting up our classrooms and organizing our materials.  Now we are getting to know our students, their skill levels, and what we need to work...

Free Book Companion Round-Up

As you are getting set up for the school year I thought I would give you an updated overview of all 32 book companions I have created over the years.  These are all FREE resources for you to print out and use with your students!  Hopefully this gives you a chance to...

Don’t forget about AAC

Every year we spend lots of time setting up our classrooms.  We make sure everything looks good and is organized for our students.  We have bins for school supplies, books, and academic tasks; we have visuals on the wall; and we have lesson plans made but what about...

My “Go To” Question Task Cards

I use task cards all the time with my students during therapy.  I have created lots of different task card sets over the years in order to target various goals for my students.  I like to use task cards because they are easy to make and each set focuses on a specific...

My Favorite Adapted Book Series

I love using adapted books with my students.  If you are not familiar with adapted books I recommend you try using them with your students.  One of my favorite adapted book series is my “What’s Bugging You? – School Supply Themed.”  This is a series I often suggest as...

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