The NOVEMBER Listening and Language By The Month resource includes seven activities that can be used ALL MONTH for auditory memory and comprehension, seasonal vocabulary, developing grammar, and build
A collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be resolved.20 more situations and scenarios that m
... mix humor with compassion in negotiating social communication.More antics and advocacy for teens and tweens with hearing loss.
TREAT yourself during this festive season to this helpful self-advocacy resource! This resource includes 10 "tricky" listening situations for you to review with your students who are deaf and hard-of-
...hearing. Each situation is Halloween or Fall-themed.
Ten Self-Advocacy Mini-Lessons with Year-Round Scenarios Featuring Social Events and Settings For Kids That Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.Each scenario is made up of 3 parts:➼ Part One Real photos illu
...otos illustrating a challenging listening situation at a celebration, gathering, or holiday event.➼ Part Two Guided questions, talking points, and discussion prompts.➼ Part Three Each scenario has a paired Try This! section with advocacy strategies to guide further learning.★ Digital No-Prep or PlanningEasily used by parents at home, teachers, and therapists both face-to-face and on tele-platforms. When playing on a computer, open and use a PDF reader such as the free Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. It can be opened and played with your favorite PDF reader app on a tablet or on an iPad.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ CUSTOMER TIPS➼ Questions? EMAIL ME before purchasing this resource or anytime later♥ Sign-up HERE for the Listen With Lynn Emails♥ Let’s ConnectInstagramFacebookKeep up your good work. I am blessed to help along the way.Thanks so much!Lynn Wood
Nonlinguistic representation to support learning. Teach in ways to help students visually process information. Using graphic organizers, physical models, pictures, and kinesthetic activities. Include
...s fillable forms and ideas for sensory activities. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA0815.
This checklist is designed to be a pretest/post-test when a Classroom Amplification Distribution System (CADS or soundfield amplification) is used in a classroom in which large group instruction is pr
...esented. It can be used with a selected subgroup of students, or all students can be asked to complete the checklist. Each student rates his/her general responsiveness during instruction on a 1-5 rating scale. Includes room for minimal comments. Results will be most valid for students in grade 4 or ages 9-10 and above.
If you looking for TWO listening and language games to play all year long you’ve come to the right place! These fun dog-loving games are an easy, stress-free way to practice listening skills, and buil
...s, and build spoken language, descriptive vocabulary, questioning skills, and auditory processing skills.YOU CAN TARGET: These games target and can build auditory memory, comprehension, processing, descriptive vocabulary, grammar, using clear speech, and social skills.TWO GAMES IN ONE RESOURCE: Game 1: TOP DOG* is a two-player game where players use differential yes or no questions to listen and isolate a specific dog based on critical elements. Game 2: GO FETCH* is a two or more-player game where players ask questions and listen to match pairs of dogs and their belongings cards. Kids love these cute and cuddly dogs and ask to play time and time again. I have used versions of both of these games SUCCESSFULLY for years while working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing, those with auditory processing needs, and students who need to develop listening skills.* These games are versions of the traditional Go Fish and Guess Who games that are played with rules to target listening and spoken language skills. Both games can easily be adapted to meet a child’s ability level. The cards can be sorted into sets of fewer cards which would be an easier listening set. Use all 36 different card designs for a more complex game.INCLUDES:✧ A complete guide with detailed instructions ✧ 36 enticing colorful game cards used for both TOP DOG and GO FETCH!✧ A digital gameboard for Top Dog✧ Listening and Spoken Language TipsFACE TO FACE - TELETHERAPY - HOME✢ PRINT - One-time easy prep. ✢ DIGITAL - The Top Dog digital gameboard can be opened and played with your favorite PDF reader app on a tablet or iPad. Tokens can be placed directly on the screen.on a computer. Open the PDF game board with the 36 spring egg images and use a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader DC which is free. The listener used the annotation tools to mark the cards like Lotto.YOU ASKED. I LISTENED. I created a second dog-themed resource based on many of your requests and the rave reviews that kids are so motivated by my LOST DOG and MY PET CAT animal activities. You will want all three resources in your Listening and Language Toolbox.PLEASE NOTE: This activity and the LOST DOG resource contain many of the same images that are bright, enticing, and vocabulary rich. However, these two resources target completely different auditory and language-based goals.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ CUSTOMER TIPS:➼ Questions? Email me before purchasing this resource or anytime later.➼ Sign-up HERE for the Listen With Lynn Emails♥ Let’s Connect:InstagramFacebookKeep up your good work. I am blessed to help along the way.Thanks so much!Lynn Wood
20 Real-Life Scenarios portray common situations encountered by school-aged children who are deaf and hard of hearing. They are derived from true stories I have heard from children over the
...years. The scenarios are of real photos that elicit language and engagement.Discussion prompts are included with each scenario and include guidance for the therapist, teacher or parent to incorporate when leading the discussions. The scenarios foster problem solving and brainstorming for possible solutions for each difficult communication situation.When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade - While the theme is lemons the scenarios are common listening situations where problems may occur due to the setting, the listener or the person talking.A scaffolding strategy, I find successful when introducing self-advocacy begins with an experiential language activity of making homemade lemonade. This rich experience sets a foundation for an ongoing series of lessons on self-advocacy and the premise of this resource. Children in my practice learn early, they are the boss of their hearing loss. Sometimes life hands them sour lemons but they can choose to turn those lemons into sweet lemonade.Digital - No PrintInteractive PDF with clickable buttons to navigate between pages.Teletherapy and as no print in face-to-face lessons/sessions.Read more on the HearSayLW blog. Any questions? I'm a great listener.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈CUSTOMER TIPS:➼ Questions? Feel free to email me before purchasing this resource or anytime later. ➼ Sign-up HERE for the Listen With Lynn NewsletterLet’s Connect:InstagramFacebookKeep up your good work. I am blessed to help along the way. Thanks so much! Lynn
This resource is a hilarious self-advocacy activity. Your students will say it is their favorite activity and, you will know they are learning to become the boss of their hearing loss. It was created
...to encourage self-advocacy skills in children who are deaf and hard of hearing but is effective when targeting listening skills in all kids.The Premise: Sinister has two ears, wears great hearing devices, and has been in listening and language therapy since he was a toddler. But, it doesn’t matter. Sinister is a BAD listener! He doesn’t try and makes up excuses for not listening. Sinister gets in a whole lot of trouble because he doesn’t listen.The adult leads a discussion using Sinister’s poor excuses for not listening. Kids love imagining the trouble Sinister gets himself into because he doesn’t listen. This activity is an easy, no-prep way to encourage the child to be Boss of Your Hearing Loss. Parents can use it at home, teachers and therapists both face-to-face and during tele-practice. While not age-specific it has been successfully used with kids in 1st grade and up through middle school. This resource can be easily leveled up or down to meet various children's goals and needs.Sinister The Bad Listener requires no prep or planning because everything is in this resource. It can be easily used by parents at home, teachers, and therapists both face-to-face and on tele-platforms. This Digital - No Print resource can be opened and played with your favorite PDF reader app on a tablet. When playing on a computer, open and use a PDF reader such as the free Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. Boom LearningSinister the Bad Listener is also available as a Boom Deck in the Listen With Lynn Boom Learning store. Please note: Sinister The Bad Listener is a serve-and-return conversational game between the adult and the listener. There is no audio component or sound bytes included.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈You'll love all these resources for kids with hearing loss and self-advocacy activities!❤ ❤ Check out the Bundle of 8 Self-Advocacy $$ saving bundle! SELF-ADVOCACY Tips For Communication Success (Free)SELF-ADVOCACY The 5 L's For Listening (Free)SELF-ADVOCACY This or That?SELF-ADVOCACY Bluffing Never Have I Ever ActivitySELF-ADVOCACY Role Play Real-Life ConnectionsSELF-ADVOCACY Scenarios At Group Gatherings & CelebrationsSELF-ADVOCACY Sinister The Bad ListenerSELF-ADVOCACY Scenarios - Turning Lemons Into LemonadeSELF-ADVOCACY Perk Up Your Ears (Ear-related sayings and idioms)SELF-ADVOCACY Listen & Draw Directions◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ CUSTOMER TIPS:➼ Click here to stay updated!➼ Be the first to know about freebies, sales, and product launches.➼ New products are 50% off the first 24 hours
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We all know that our DHH learners need to be taught vocabulary intentionally for a number of reasons. We also know that students need to be exposed to vocabulary words several times in order for them
...to internalize them. Vocabulary development is a crucial skill for our DHH learners. I created this resource for teachers to provide to families and/or older students during summer break.Encourage families to join this vocabulary exposure challenge over the summer! This resource contains 7 summer-themed word lists that can be given to families and students. Challenge families to take action and pick at least one word per day to use with their DHH learner in context. Have the families talk about the words with the students. Or, you can encourage your older students to pick one word a day to use and look up. Along with the lists, there is a chart that can be used to track the words that are used weekly.This could also be used as a resource for ELL learners or enrichment for students.
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