This week…2019.04.29…

This week…

Welcome Back!

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  • we sequenced two step events using the sentence starters: First. Then.

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  • we advocated for ourselves and requested a turn appropriately by saying: my turn.

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  • we learned to appropriately wait and listen when someone is talking.
  • we recalled details in books we were reading by answering wh- questions.

 

  • we learned how to communicate using full sentences and then giving the sentence strip to the communicative partner.
  • we learned to wait for what we wanted.

 

  • we went to the school store:
    • we acted as either the cashier or the customer.
    • we engaged in appropriate scripts.
    • we waited appropriately.
  • we had Special Olympics!
    • it was a beautiful day and we had so much fun!
    • we ran, took turns, waited appropriately.
    • we followed directions and described our peers actions.
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This week…2019.04.15…

This week…

  • we worked on sequencing events and stories using the sentence starters: First, Then.
  • we went to the school store:
    • we engaged in the appropriate scripts of a cashier or customer.
    • we searched for items we wanted or what the customer wanted to buy.
    • we identified and matched coins equivalent to a quarter.

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  • we played fishing:
    • we identified and requested turns:
      • we said: your turn.
      • we identified our turn by saying: my turn.
  • we read a story from the Unique curriculum: Sky Pup Explores the Sun
    • we answered wh- questions about the picture scene.

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  • we had a birthday party for our peer:
    • we sang Happy Birthday.
    • we requested for the items we wanted.

This week…2019.04.01…

This week…

  • we went on a pizza trip:
    • we made pizzas by following directions.
    • we requested appropriately for what we wanted to eat.
    • we commented on what we and our peers were doing.
  • we went to Costco with our speech club:
    • we searched for items we wanted and needed for the school store.
    • we followed directions.
    • we requested for items we wanted to eat during snack.
  • we had our Marquee Music show:
    • it was great!
    • we hope you enjoyed it!

 

This week…2019.03.18…

This week…

The speech staff have been meeting diligently to create an amazing parent engagement sensory workshop for you all on the 28th of March.

Here’s a little snip it of what we will have for you:

Sensory bottles

Bead Bracelet Activity

Activity CORE board

  • we went on community walk to McDonald’s:
    • we ordered Happy Meals from the cashier.
      • we recalled what we wanted and how many.
      • we paid and waited for our change.
  • we went to the school store:
    • we enacted the different roles of cashier or customer.
    • we engaged in appropriate social scripts.
  • we did a snack JARS:
    • we did our snack roles.
    • we engaged in appropriate social scripts with our peers about what we had for snack.

This week…2019.03.11…

This week…

  • we went to the school store:
    • we learned to keep our money in our pockets.
    • we engaged in appropriate social scripts for a cashier and a customer.
    • we told our peers: your turn.
  • we had snack JARS:
    • we each had a job and then told our peers: your turn.
    • we requested for what we wanted using various communicative methods:
      • picture exchange communication.
      • verbalizations.
    • we each engaged in basic conversations of what we ate and how we liked out snack items.
  • we finished our weekend with a community walk to McDonalds:
    • we had a blast taking turns down the slide and playing tag.
    • Have a great weekend!

This week…2019.03.04…

This week…

  • we read a Unique curriculum story: Sky Pup Explores the Sun:
    • we read and answered questions about each page.
      • we recalled details about each page.
  • we went to the school store:
    • we engaged in social scripts appropriate as to a cashier or customer.
    • we chose what we wanted and used money to purchase the items.
  • we had snack and each did our own snack job:
    • we each said: your turn to our peers when appropriate.
    • we requested for what we wanted.
  • we learned a new communication system:
    • we communicated what we wanted by placing the object symbol after the stationary: I want sentence starters.
      • we then gave the sentence strip to our communicative partner.
  • we went bowling:
    • we told our peers: your turn.
    • we followed directions.
    • we answered yes/no questions.
    • we had snack and requested for what we wanted.
  • we played coin Bingo:
    • we identified what we had and if we had a match.
    • we cheered our peers on.
    • we answered yes/no questions.
  • we went on community walk to Mcdonalds:
    • we engaged in turn taking:
      • we requested a turn: my turn.
      • we told our peers: your turn.

 

This week…2019.02.25…

This week…

  • we went to the Children Museum:
    • we explored many things.
    • we were exposed to a snake and lizard.
    • we engaged in many different types of play and sensory activities.
  • we participated in Mighty Milers:
    • we engaged in turn taking:
      • we told our peers: your turn and gave them the number correlated to the number of lap we are on.
      • we answered the question: whose turn is it? with the answer: my turn.
  • we continued to communicate on using our communication books by creating a sentence strip and giving it to the communicative partner.
  • we went on community walk with our peers:
    • we waited and requested turns on the pogo stick appropriately.
    • we requested for items we wanted to eat after our community walk.

This week…2019.02.11…

This week…

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  • we had snack:
    • We requested for what we wanted.
    • We did our snack job.
    • We engaged in appropriate on topic conversation about what we were eating and what our peers were eating.

**I have added some picture symbols of common activities, toys, places to visit, attributes, and edibles on my Visuals tab. Please visit and print them as needed!

  • we worked on greeting and imitating basic conversations.
  • we requested for colors using a sentence strip and then giving the strip to the communicative partner.
  • we went to the school store:
    • we pretended to be the cashier or the customer.
  • we did Mighty Milers:
    • we took turns getting the number to count down how many laps we were doing.
      • we told our peers: your turn.
      • we answered the question: whose turn is it? with “my turn”.
  • we had Valentines Day parties.

This week…2019.01.28…

This week…

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  • we read the book: There was a cold lady who swallowed some snow:
    • we commented on what we saw by constructing the sentence: she is eating using our communication device.

 

 

  • we did a winter worksheet packet:
    • we requested for what materials we needed.
    • we requested for help by being specific: I need help to…

 

 

 

  • we read a book on our Senses to follow the school curriculum:
    • we answered question about what the subject was doing.
      • we used a complete sentence:
        • she is action +ing.
        • noun verb.

 

 

 

  • we went to the school store:
    • we took turns being the cashier or customer.
    • we engaged in the appropriate social scripts.
    • we requested for items by being specific.
    • we engaged in appropriate waiting skills.

 

 

  • we had a Super Bowl special gym activity and a snack table:
    • we demonstrated appropriate waiting skills.
    • we answered yes/no questions about what we wanted for our Super Bowl Snack Mix.

 

 

  • we tried different things during a Taste test:
    • we tasted many things to see if we liked it or not.

 

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  • we went fishing:
    • we described what our peers were doing:
      • He/she is fishing.
    • we described what we were doing:
      • I am fishing.
    • we identified whose turn it was:
      • My turn.
      • Your turn.

 

  • we continue to work on our method of communication:
    • we created the sentence: I want object.
    • we gave the sentence strip to the communicative partner.
  • we couldn’t go to Mcdonald’s but Mcdonald’s came to us!
    • We had snack and engaged in our snack JARS jobs.
    • We requested for items we wanted.
    • We told our peers your turn/ my turn.