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Choose a game (for priory Woods Resources) Choose a game (for priory Woods Resources)

Date added: 05/11/2010
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 722.42 kB
Downloads: 14764

I made this resource to encourage choicemaking during computer time. I use the computer programs found on the Priory Woods School website in which the children enjoy very much. I would print out two copies, one to make cards and one for the board, I would velcro the cards to the board.

Made by Anonymous.

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Speech Sound Errors in Children Speech Sound Errors in Children

Date added: 10/15/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 116.29 kB
Downloads: 21312

Marnee Brick, Director of Speech Therapy for TinyEYE Therapy Services discusses Speech Sound Errors

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McDonalds Menu McDonalds Menu

Date added: 10/14/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 277.04 kB
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For those times when you don’t mind them having McDonalds, this page would encourage them to choose the range of foods McDonalds has to offer. I usually cut and laminate these symbols, I know its time consuming but it is worth it, and use it for PECS (Picture exchange communication system). If they are non-verbal I would get them to use a sentence strip and use it to hand it over to the person at the till. With practise, they grow comfortable in doing so.

Made by MYSELC.

* Pictures taken from McDonalds website.

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On the Weekend I... On the Weekend I...

Date added: 08/22/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 1.95 MB
Downloads: 13777

I usually laminate this page and send it home on Fridays so that the parents can go through with the child of what they did. I would also go through it with the child on Mondays when it is returned.

Made by Tony Bo.

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Basic Conversational Skills Basic Conversational Skills

Date added: 08/04/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 64.61 kB
Downloads: 13058

This was a rating scale I developed for my students who were working on basic conversational skills. It is an informal assessment, but gives you great data. You can do it as an observation or have the student practice their skills with a typically developing peer or staff member rates them. Cue cards are included (pictures were used from the freebie section).

By Rebekah Fox

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