FLASH SALE :: 20% Discount only for TODAY!!!

Shop Now

Ability Levels

Categories

Resource Types

Age/Grade Range

CCSS

Anchor Standard

Speaking & Listening

Language

Reading

Sort by:
Listen and Learn Idioms Set One I’m All Ears Listen and Learn Idioms Set One I’m All Ears
Listen and Learn Idioms Set One I’m All Ears
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15LIS1214
$ 4
Listen and Learn Idioms SET ONE is part of a growing series of SAY WHAT? - I'M ALL EARS mini-lessons that are well-loved by kids and adults alike.Listen and Learn Idioms TARGET:Listening and spoken la ... language, figurative language, vocabulary, word relationships, nuances, and higher-level critical thinking.IDEAL FOR: Listening & Spoken Language, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Speech, ELA, Teletherapy, Distance Learning, Print…WHAT'S INCLUDED:PDFs of 20 idioms in every packet. Use one or all!Listen and Draw MINI-LESSON sheets with A box to draw and illustrate - THIS IS WHAT I HEARD A box for - SAY WHAT? THIS IS WHAT IT REALLY MEANS!A guide and instructions to makes lessons a piece of cakeData and Progress monitoring sheetsAn answer keyA boatload of book titles are included for further and home learningTerms of Use➯ The PDFs can be printed, screen shared in teletherapy or remote learning platforms, used in face-to-face sessions or lessons, and can be sent home for carryover or homework.SAY WHAT? Here's the trick to make idioms stick!  Many commercially available resources provide ILLUSTRATIONS of the literal meaning of the idiom. While this may be entertaining RESEARCH indicates that children who:➼ LISTEN to the idiom➼ VISUALIZE the figurative language➼ DRAW what they literally heard followed by teaching the meaning andusing it in context increases long-term learning.Hearing LossChildren with typical hearing, learn idioms through incidental exposure without having to be taught. Whereas, children who are deaf and hard of hearing often require explicit and direct instruction with higher-level language like idioms. Idioms are challenging for children that process information literally and have a concrete or limited vocabulary.
Science specific language - Instructional Stategy- Composition of matter Science specific language - Instructional Stategy- Composition of matter
Science specific language - Instructional Stategy- Composition of matter
$ 095
In examining students’ writing samples, there is often a lack of description related to the aspects of composition. For example, most students are familiar with and describe color, shape, size, and lo ... location but what something is made of is frequently left out. Using the periodic table and understanding chemical elements can support the awareness of composition. Use of this knowledge can expand descriptive writing. These instructional strategies and activities can be used across the curriculum to reinforce understanding of elements and how they relate to everyday life. Activities include matching elements to every day objects, creating a class periodic table, student research, and how elements are used to produce fireworks.
Science specific language - Instructional Strategies - It begins with a good question Science specific language - Instructional Strategies - It begins with a good question
Science specific language - Instructional Strategies - It begins with a good question
$ 095
When you say ‘science’, one thinks of experiments and research. To do research, scientists conduct experiments to answer questions and learn new information. These experiments follow a specific sequen ... quence of steps called, ‘The Scientific Method’. Use these instructional strategies and activities to help students understand the Scientific Method and how it is applied to science experiments. Activities include determining the difference between a statement and a question, practice writing questions, understanding measurable/ non-measurable information, naming components of an experiment, and conducting an experiment using the Scientific Method.
Instructional Strategies - Comprehension of Science Text Instructional Strategies - Comprehension of Science Text
Instructional Strategies - Comprehension of Science Text
$ 2
It can be directions and procedures needed to conduct an experiment, an explanation of key facts in research reports needed to answer questions or solve a problem, or an expanded narrative in books, a ... rticles, or websites providing background information. The child’s familiarity with the different formats and ability to comprehend information from them is closely related to general reading skills and competency. Includes strategies for activating prior knowledge, understanding text structures, and finding text evidence. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA0815.
Science Specific Language- Instructional Stories-Rainbows Science Specific Language- Instructional Stories-Rainbows
Science Specific Language- Instructional Stories-Rainbows
$ 095
Rainbows are fascinating. These worksheets explore the science of rainbows with instructional strategies and activities for introducing light and color along with answering the questions when and wh ... y rainbows appear. Activities use visuals to introduce new vocabulary, utilize text evidence, reinforce reading comprehension, and critical thinking.
10 Kid Approved Games Grinning From Ear To Ear 10 Kid Approved Games Grinning From Ear To Ear
10 Kid Approved Games Grinning From Ear To Ear
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15LIS1213
$ 6
TEN Kid-approved listening games and language activities for your grab-and-go toolbox. Each game includes specific goals to target such as following directions, auditory memory, processing, and compre ... rehension while building language and communication. I have used these games with children for countless years. Expect lots of giggles and grins.Ideal for: Teletherapy, Speech, Listening and Spoken Language, Distance Learning, Classroom, No PrintWhat's included:A 21-page resource with:✧ 10 Ready to Go Games - No-Prep or very little preparation✧ Detailed Gameplay suggestions✧ Answers to each prompt when appropriate✧ A helpful guide and instructions✧ Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) Tips✧ Terms of Use10 GAMES AND GOAL AREAS1. Woot Woot! Booooo! targets listening, auditory processing and comprehension of connected speech at the sentence level.2. I’m Going On A ________ targets listening, auditory memory and recalling details in sequence.3.  Bean Bag Boogie targets listening, multi-step directions, auditory processing and comprehension.4. Simon Says Or Not targets listening, auditory processing, following multi-step directions and instructions.5. Thumbs Up. Thumbs Down targets listening, auditory processing and comprehension of connected speech at the sentence level.6. I Say - Go targets listening, temporal auditory memory skills, auditory processing and following multi-step directions.7. Found Sounds Outdoor Scavenger Hunt targets listening, identifying and localizing common outdoor sounds and their descriptors.8. Ear To Ear - Back To Back targets listening, auditory processing, following and giving directions, joint attention, two-way communication skills and cooperation.9. Do What You Hear Not What You See targets listening, following complex directions and auditory processing with distractions.10. Draw A Rhyme targets listening, following directions, auditory closure, phonemic awareness, recognizing and generating rhyming words.
Science specific language - Literacy Instruction - Time Measurement Science specific language - Literacy Instruction - Time Measurement
Science specific language - Literacy Instruction - Time Measurement
$ 095
Scientific study is the observation and measurement of change. Use these instructional strategies to teach students the basic scientific units of time (standard and metric). Activities include exami ... ning root parts such as "chrono," " -ology," reading comprehension and critical thinking, and ideas for extension lessons and student research.
Instructional Strategies - In the Mind's Eye-Visual Organizers Instructional Strategies - In the Mind's Eye-Visual Organizers
Instructional Strategies - In the Mind's Eye-Visual Organizers
$ 095
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.
Vocabulary and Category Fast Thinking JUST SAY IT! Game Vocabulary and Category Fast Thinking JUST SAY IT! Game
Vocabulary and Category Fast Thinking JUST SAY IT! Game
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15LIS1210
$ 5
Just Say It! is a fun, no-prep, competitive listening, and language game that kids love that builds vocabulary and category skills. It features 32 categories with engaging and a colorful game deck or ... ck or cards.Ideal for: Listening and Spoken Language, Speech, Teletherapy,  Distance Learning, Digital and/or Print. Category activities build language for all children and often needed by children who are deaf and hard of hearing.You can target :Just Say It!  encourages listening, concentration, and attention skillsteaches classification skills and critical thinking skillsbuilds vocabulary and word recallencourages verbal expression expands auditory memory and recallfosters cooperation, turn-taking, and social skillsWhat's included:32 category prompt cards32 cue to listen cards designed to build ear contact before eye contact, which is critical to growing a child’s brain for auditory skills.Listening and Spoken Language TipsTerms of UseJust Say It! can be easily leveled up or down to meet a variety of children's goalsExamples: Things that are roundThings in a kitchenAnimals that swimSchool suppliesThings made of metalKinds of containers➼ DIGITAL - NO PRINT 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 Adobe Acrobat Reader DC which is free. ➼ PRINT - Print the game cards
Holidays & Seasonal - National Battery Day Holidays & Seasonal - National Battery Day
Holidays & Seasonal - National Battery Day
$ 095
These worksheets on the topic of National Battery Day are a fun way to introduce new vocabulary, start a discussion, and extend the lesson to student research. Includes language activities and fillabl ... e worksheets for word association, fill in the blank, sequencing, compare/contrast, writing, and reading comprehension.
busy...