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ASL Alphabet Vocabulary Posters

ASL Alphabet Vocabulary Posters

This alphabet vocabulary poster pack is a great way to introduce and reinforce asl handshapes and common asl signs. Each poster includes the uppercase letter, lowercase letter, handshape, and 2-3 essential asl signs used in everyday life. This alphabet poster pack will be a great addition to your classroom that students can use throughout the school year! Posters Included • A-Z letter posters in two skin tones Contents • 52 Posters TOU and Credits Page Count 55
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American Sign Language Number Posters

American Sign Language Number Posters

This number poster pack is a great way to introduce and reinforce asl handshapes. Each poster features the number, sign language, number word, handshapes, and ten frame. Numbers Included • 0-20 Posters Included • 0-20 number posters in two skin tones (Colored Background) • 0-20 number posters in two skin tones (White Background for ink friendly printing) Contents • 84 Posters TOU and Credits Page Count 87
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ASL American Sign Language Color Posters

ASL American Sign Language Color Posters

This color poster pack is a great way to introduce and reinforce color sign language. Each poster features the handshapes, color word, sign language, and four pictures. Colors Included • red • orange • yellow • green • blue • purple • pink • brown • black • gray • white Contents • 11 posters (colored blackground) • 11 posters (white background for ink friendly printing) • TOU and Credits PAGE COUNT: 25
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Commissioning speech and language therapy services in schools, early years and FE settings

Commissioning speech and language therapy services in schools, early years and FE settings

Are you looking to commission speech and language support? Or would you like some more guidance on decision making to make the most out of your commissioned speech and language therapy service? The Communication Trust has developed a series of ‘One Stop’ guides to take educational settings through the key steps to consider when planning to commission speech and language services. These include top tips on decision making, practical steps to take to integrate the service and guidance on reviewing and improving. Guides are available for early years, school and post-16 settings. Access the free guides at The Communication Trust’s website
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BSL British Sign Language - Worksheets to Print

BSL British Sign Language - Worksheets to Print

BSL British Sign Language - Worksheets to print From the LET’S SIGN Series of British Sign Language Signs worksheet 6 Free worksheets in PDF format containing indvidual sets of signs to help children learning to sign. There is also a black and white version of each file. Resources from Cath Smith at Deafbooks. Contents Colour signs - Signs for the most common colours Finger Spelling - Finger spelling alphabet for right handed signers Playgroup signs - Signs for common activities at playgroup Colours - Signs for the most common colours Early years verbs - Important verbs to learn Early years worksheets - Three activities to practice signs Sing-a-rainbow - Signs to go with the children’s song These resources were made in InPrint 3.
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Getting to know you/Icebreaker questions

Getting to know you/Icebreaker questions

Free resource from ELSA Support #elsafreefriday Lots of questions to ask at the beginning of a session to warm up or break the ice. All you need is a die. Throw it once and choose the row and throw again to choose the column. Answer the question.
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Rumpelstiltskin: audio story plus read along text

Rumpelstiltskin: audio story plus read along text

A fantastic audio story from Tale Time. KS2 children will love to listen to this quirky, fun retelling of the Traditional Tale Rumpelstiltskin by Brother’s Grimm. Great for whole class or small group listening. Ideal for reading interventions for children who struggle to read but like a good story. Why not listen whilst reading along? Brilliant way to support reading for children with additional needs; EAL, dyslexia. This story is ten minutes in length. Want to extend this resource? We’ve created a whole Rumpelstiltskin Resource Pack , which includes the story and the read along text as well as differentiated listening and writing tasks.
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Vocabulary building task cards - TRANSPORT

Vocabulary building task cards - TRANSPORT

Develop reading and vocabulary skills with these topic based task cards. Great for independent table work tasks or topic specific work. 16 key words relating to TRANSPORT 112 task cards 3 levels of work + clip cards. Level 1 a) symbol to symbol matching Level 1 b) photo to photo matching Level 2) photo to symbol matching Level 3 a) symbol to word matching Level 3 b) photo to word matching. Clip cards: (clothes peg cards): -symbol + 3 word choices -photo + 3 word choices.
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BUNDLE: Leisure time photo/clipart colourful semantics task cards

BUNDLE: Leisure time photo/clipart colourful semantics task cards

15 different leisure time activity cards to comment on. Real photos and clip art bundle for students to comment on familiar situations and activities. Turn into an interactive book or use as individual task cards. Each card comes with the colorful semantics questions strip of “who?” “Is doing?” “What?” and symbols for each picture. 15 writing cards with colorful semantics question prompts to aid composition. Colorful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colorful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure
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Vocab building task cards - CLOTHING

Vocab building task cards - CLOTHING

Develop reading and vocabulary skills with these topic based task cards. Great for independent table work tasks or topic specific work. 16 key words relating to clothing 112 task cards 3 levels of work + clip cards. Level 1 a) symbol to symbol matching Level 1 b) photo to photo matching Level 2) photo to symbol matching Level 3 a) symbol to word matching Level 3 b) photo to word matching. Clip cards: (clothes peg cards): -symbol + 3 word choices -photo + 3 word choices.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
KWHL Thinking Tool

KWHL Thinking Tool

The K-W-H-L thinking tool can be used throughout a lesson or unit. It serves as an aid to ensure a student’s interest is catered to and helps to determine what needs to be taught. The chart is introduced at the beginning of the topic, and can only be completed once a student have finished their investigation of the topic. The chart can also be used as an assessment tool. This thinking tool can be integrated into a number of subject areas as the focus is on developing general capabilities and 21st century skills. Students will be able to represent and communicate ideas and findings in a variety of ways.
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Literacy Comprehension, Speaking, Listening and Writing SEN, Early Years, Primary

Literacy Comprehension, Speaking, Listening and Writing SEN, Early Years, Primary

Includes 12 'storyboard' Nursery Rhymes: The Grand Old Duke of York, Row Row Row Your Boat, Hey Diddle Diddle, Little Miss Muffet, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, Old Mother Hubbard, Little Bo-Peep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Pat-a-cake and Itsy-bitsy Spider. Say the rhymes with the students, get them to listen and recite each line afterwards, ask them to order the 4 pictures for each nursery rhyme, then use the differentiated worksheets to assess their writing and listening skills. For the speaking, listening and writing worksheets we ask carers to let us know either during drop off or via email a couple of things their child has done over the weekend. We then ask the students what they did at the weekend, prompting other students to ask questions of their peers, and then do a recap by asking who did what to assess who was listening before getting the children to write either with help or independently what they did at the weekend.
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