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The Great Magic Hat-free download from Story Pals App. From Eric Sailers SLP. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

The Great Magic Hat-free download from Story Pals App. From Eric Sailers SLP. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Preposition Builder iPad App from Mobile Education Tools-reinforces preposition use within sentences. From OT's with Apps. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Preposition Builder iPad App from Mobile Education Tools-reinforces preposition use within sentences. From OT's with Apps. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

HiP Picks from TiPS (2 of 2) « TiPS: Technology in Practice for S-LPs      A post about some of our favourite apps!

HiP Picks from TiPS (2 of 2)

HiP Picks from TiPS (2 of 2) « TiPS: Technology in Practice for S-LPs A post about some of our favourite apps!

Target: pronouns (he, she, they and his, her, their). Tape 2 file folders together, overlapping in the middle, creating three sections. Place a picture of a boy, girl, and people to practice each pronoun. Create the sentence strip and add under each picture. Laminate. Print each pronoun word and various images on separate tiles to move around to each picture creating various sentences. Add velcro to each sentence strip and at the bottom to store extra picture/word tiles.

Target: pronouns (he, she, they and his, her, their). Tape 2 file folders together, overlapping in the middle, creating three sections. Place a picture of a boy, girl, and people to practice each pronoun. Create the sentence strip and add under each picture. Laminate. Print each pronoun word and various images on separate tiles to move around to each picture creating various sentences. Add velcro to each sentence strip and at the bottom to store extra picture/word tiles.

When I found myself in the elementary setting for the first time, there was nothing more painful than inheriting 8 IEPs with /r/ goals. In looking at previous IEPs, the student usually had been working on the sound for at least a couple of years, and had made no progress.

/R/ you kidding me?

When I found myself in the elementary setting for the first time, there was nothing more painful than inheriting 8 IEPs with /r/ goals. In looking at previous IEPs, the student usually had been working on the sound for at least a couple of years, and had made no progress.

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