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The materials I need will help my students build vocabulary. This includes the concrete objects of animals, instruments, vehicles and flowers. Using concrete objects to label, match, and manipulate assist my students in learning new words and give them a motivating, meaningful object to hold in their hands. Some of my students have difficulty using spoken language. The recordable devices allow the students to push a button to communicate to get their individual needs met such as wanting to do an activity again or to ask for more food or to express the need to use the bathroom. The sandpaper letters and numbers will give my students who have some sensory processing delays, the opportunity to feel the letters/numbers and then learn the letter sounds and the letter names to help them succeed later in reading, writing, and math. My students will use the sound tubs with concrete objects for each sound of the alphabet to learn the sounds they need to build words and to eventually write their own name. The lantern can be used for vocabulary like on, off, bright and provides a motivating activity for the student. This specific lantern also works on using one finger to turn on and off which will help with pointing to pictures in a book. The instruments will help my students build language as they learn the vocabulary for each instrument and the motion they use to make the sound (shake, tap, ring). These instruments can also be used to build vocabulary by giving my students opportunities to use a motivating object to practice positional words (“shake it up,” “Shake it down,” “shake it from side to side.”)

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The materials I need will help my students build vocabulary. This includes the concrete objects of animals, instruments, vehicles and flowers. Using concrete objects to label, match, and manipulate assist my students in learning new words and give them a motivating, meaningful object to hold in their hands. Some of my students have difficulty using spoken language. The recordable devices allow the students to push a button to communicate to get their individual needs met such as wanting to do an activity again or to ask for more food or to express the need to use the bathroom. The sandpaper letters and numbers will give my students who have some sensory processing delays, the opportunity to feel the letters/numbers and then learn the letter sounds and the letter names to help them succeed later in reading, writing, and math. My students will use the sound tubs with concrete objects for each sound of the alphabet to learn the sounds they need to build words and to eventually write their own name. The lantern can be used for vocabulary like on, off, bright and provides a motivating activity for the student. This specific lantern also works on using one finger to turn on and off which will help with pointing to pictures in a book. The instruments will help my students build language as they learn the vocabulary for each instrument and the motion they use to make the sound (shake, tap, ring). These instruments can also be used to build vocabulary by giving my students opportunities to use a motivating object to practice positional words (“shake it up,” “Shake it down,” “shake it from side to side.”)

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