A collection of ideas for special educators to teach the skills in 'Reading & Viewing Texts 1: Book Knowledge and Concepts about Print' from the Every Student English Framework www.everystudent-sws.nsw.edu.au
Page Turner. Features a hand clip with long, curved aluminum bar tipped with a rubber end. The ergonomic handle is comfortable and simple to use. Use to easily flip pages, even heavy coated paper. Features a hand clip with long.
Use Velcro dots to encourage tactual skills and reading left to right tracking. Have students place Velcro buttons on the dots. Bind together on top or side like a book. Visit Vezzani Resources for Parents of Blind Kids for more early literacy pins!
Carrie's Speech Corner: AAC Week: Speech and Language Therapy for Preschool Students with Severe Special Needs. This page explains how to create a Large Eye-Gaze Board and talks about other non electric forms of AAC.
Try this helpful resource for students to learn the meanings of signs they see in the community and on the street. There are 21 safety/traffic/community signs, each with two symbols to choose from to represent the correct action or meaning.