SPRING-THEMED SHORT STORIES with WH QUESTIONS! This resource contains WHO, WHERE, and WHAT comprehension questions in an easy, no-prep packet. Use for speech therapy or in the classroom.
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Making Inferences Using REAL Pictures Packet with 3 different question levels! This resource can be used to target a variety of skills such as: inferencing (situational/emotional), making predictions, answering WH- questions, taking different perspectives, identifying/solving problems, and more!
Middle school speech therapy activities can be engaging AND educational. Read about five activities to engage your secondary students in speech therapy sessions.
Self-advocacy skills involve effectively communicating one's needs and desires. This can be incorporated into speech therapy and transition planning. Self-advocacy resources are also available within post!
Core words or core vocabulary refers to the language that we use most frequently in our day-to-day communication. Reading books is a great way to teach core words; find a great list of books for learning them in this post!