Verbal cues

This bundle of three resources is perfect for supporting explicit strategy instruction for the basic addition facts to 20 in first and second grade. The visual and verbal cues, along with systematic, sequential instruction, will facilitate your students’ recall and application of these strategies. $

Addition Fact Strategies Bundle of Anchor Charts, Flashcards, Worksheets

This bundle of three resources is perfect for supporting explicit strategy instruction for the basic addition facts to 20 in first and second grade. The visual and verbal cues, along with systematic, sequential instruction, will facilitate your students’ recall and application of these strategies. $

#Nonverbal learning disabilities can affect kids in many ways in the classroom. For example, kids with NVLD may need explicit instruction to pick up on social cues or to understand jokes and other kinds of wordplay. Here are some classroom accommodations that may help.

I Just Found Out My Child Has a Nonverbal Learning Disability. Now What?

learning disabilities can affect kids in many ways in the classroom. For example, kids with NVLD may need explicit instruction to pick up on social cues or to understand jokes and other kinds of wordplay. Here are some classroom accommodations

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

The beginning of the year means establishing classroom procedures.  For a child that struggles with attention, visual reminders can save the day.  I’ve created “tents” that you can use to remind students to stay on task without constant verbal cues on your part.  The first tent is to alert the student to appropriate talking cues.  The three sides show:  listening, quiet talking, and social time.  The sides are color coded like a traffic light—red (no talking), yellow (some is ok), red…

The beginning of the year means establishing classroom procedures. For a child that struggles with attention, visual reminders can save the day.

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How to Develop Non-Verbal Cues for Classroom Management

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Behavior Management: Non-Verbal Cues and Out of the Class Passes

Encourage better behavior and improve behavior management with these non-verbal cue cards. Put them on a child’s desk when behavior warrants it as .

This is an attractive set of ten anchor wall charts for applying mental strategies to subtract basic facts within 20. Each chart includes visual and verbal cues to provide the support that will enable your students to recall and apply these strategies. Grades 1-2 $

Subtraction Fact Strategies Anchor Wall Charts

Subtraction Fact Mental Strategy Anchor Wall Charts This is an attractive set of ten anchor wall charts for applying mental strategies to subtract basic facts

This is the simple data sheet I use to collect data in my data binder for my speech and language therapy sessions! Enjoy as a freebie.I use the simple +/- system, in addition to letters to indicate the types of cues I provided, if any. For example, G = gestural cue, T = tactile cue, V = verbal cue, etc...

This is the simple data sheet I use to collect data in my data binder for my speech and language therapy sessions! Enjoy as a freebie. I use the simple +/-

I looooove that these Whole Body Listening icons are removable. They are the perfect non-verbal cue to keep my students focused!

I looooove that these Whole Body Listening icons are removable. They are the perfect non-verbal cue to keep my students focused!

As clean up is winding down, I simply held up a color card of a table I noticed that was sitting quietly.  Those students could line up.

Label tables by color. As clean up is winding down, simply hold up a color card of a table sitting quietly. Those students can line up. The students have to look up at the teacher, which stops the talking.

This is a set of ten anchor wall charts (plus title heading and doubles facts charts) for applying mental strategies to subtract basic facts within 20 in first and second grade. Each chart includes visual and verbal cues to enhance explicit strategy instruction while providing support for students to recall and apply these. $

Subtraction Fact Strategies Anchor Wall Charts

This is a set of ten anchor wall charts (plus title heading and doubles facts charts) for applying mental strategies to subtract basic facts within 20 in first

Body Language Charades FREEBIE

Body Language Charades FREEBIE

Wee Talk Tracker Pro ($189.99) data tracking iPad application for Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) & NOW for Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Behaviorists, & Special Education Teachers!   Manages client information and schedules  Tracks data with our one of a kind data collection system which allows for nuanced responses such as- correct, incorrect, modeling, verbal cue, etc.  Tracks data for individual & group sessions.  Save, export, email, and print incredible graphs and…

Wee Talk Tracker Pro ($189.99) data tracking iPad application for Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) & NOW for Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Behaviorists, & Special Education Teachers! Manages client information and schedules Tracks data with our one of a kind data collection system which allows for nuanced responses such as- correct, incorrect, modeling, verbal cue, etc. Tracks data for individual & group sessions. Save, export, email, and print incredible graphs and…

PBISWorld.com Tier 2 Positive Behavior Intervention And Support of Non-Verbal Cues & Signals

PBISWorld Tier 2 interventions are more targeted and individualized behavior strategies. Check In Check Out (CICO) is a very effective strategy for positively encouraging good behavior and expectations without focusing on what students have done wrong.

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