Nicole Choy
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A common goal in speech therapy is to increase MLU or use longer phrases. Mean Length of Utterance is the average number of words used each time a child talks. If the child usually talks in two words at a time like “More milk” and “Go up” then the child has an MLU of 2.… Read More Get ’em Talking: Language Prompting

Get 'em Talking: Language Prompting - Language for the Playground

A common goal in speech therapy is to increase MLU or help kids talk in longer phrases. MLU stands for “Mean Length of Utterance” and is the average number of words used each time a child talks. If the child usually talks in two words at a time like “More milk” and “Go up” then… Read More Get ’em Talking: Language Prompting

Get 'em Talking: Language Prompting - Language for the Playground

PHONICS SOUNDS POSTERS- Consonant Digraphs and blends- FLASHCARDS OR DISPLAYS

PHONICS SOUNDS POSTERS This product contains 27 posters. It is very useful in aiding children to grasp the sounds of the consonant digraphs and could also be great to display in the classroom since the posters are very colorful and clear.

International Phonetic Alphabet Poster | phonetic alphabet ipa. Phonetic Alphabet) symbols

IPA Cheat Sheet: A phonemic chart from the 'New English File' Student's Book by OUP (Oxford University Press)

Follow along with the blog for helpful tips for using social stories to help reduce problem behaviors! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper

Behavior Social Stories - The Autism Helper

Theory of Mind

Helping Asperger's kids in the classroom, behavior strategies they can learn. From Classroom Collective

Full Page Borders                                                       …                                                                                                                                                     More

Full page borders - print out a wide range of free page borders and lesson ideas.

CommBoards from NoodleNook for students with Autism or Nonverbal students

CommBoards from NoodleNook for students with Autism or Nonverbal students. I use these with the non-verbal and more significant autism students I work with as part of their visual schedules.

Metalinguistic Cues - descriptions, imagery and verbal cues for stimulating sound production. Thanks to Caroline Bowen (http://speech-language-therapy.com/pdf/metalinguisticcues.pdf)

Metalinguistic Cues - descriptions, imagery and verbal cues for stimulating sound production. Thanks to Caroline Bowen

Can You Find 6 Words Hidden In These Puzzles?

high cognitive effort: each picture takes time to figure out