Help me give my students materials to assist in their early language development!!
This project expired on May 10, 2019.
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My preschool students are classified with Individualized Education Programs (IEP). They love hands-on activities and learning through play. These kiddos are loving and full of energy. These students need early, meaningful experiences to help kick-start their educational foundation. The foundation of this classroom is based on the individual needs of each of my students. These students have significant needs in the areas of communication and language, social skills, and academics. Through structured routines and repetition, my students experience success and will make a difference in the world!
Help give my students language building materials to aide in communication, expressive and receptive language. These materials will aide in tackling IEP goals and objectives, while targeting basic skills like labeling items and generalization of common objects/animals/people/etc.
These materials will greatly impact my students and will help them make steps toward achieving their IEP goals and objectives in the area of speech/language and communication!
There are various skills that these materials target, including expressive and receptive language, vocabulary development, generalization, and direction following. These materials can do wonders for my Preschool Disabilities Classroom! My students need explicit instruction and discrete trial training in order to be successful. These materials will also help with social/emotional development, which is essential in the early childhood classroom and for the future.
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