Special Education Visual Sentence Building for Early Readers

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Special Education Visual Sentence Building for Early Readers
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Special Education Visual Sentence Building for Early Readers

I love to read and I want my students to love it, too. Since I have students with varying cognitive levels, I knew from experience that I had to create a reading motivator, something to get those non-readers on their way to loving reading, too. The best ideas always seem to pop into my head as I’m about to head out the door, or in the middle of the night! With my thoughts scribbled onto a piece of paper (my paper pile keeps growing!), the “Visual Sentence Building for Early Readers” was born! The most exciting part is when, after weeks of planning and designing, I implement it in my class. Watching my kiddos enthusiasm and hearing them talk about each picture and read, is the most incredible feeling – for both me and my new readers! With real-life photos placed on large connecting reading cards, sentences come to life! It's EASY to assemble and use in your classroom today. Just print, laminate for durability, add some small strips of velcro, and your students are on their way to becoming better readers with heaps of pride and confidence! Worksheets are also included for writing/drawing practice to develop ideas for "wh" questions.

This activity reinforces skills for:

* Speech and language development
* Early reading
* Reading fluency
* Sight word recognition
*“wh” questions (who/what/when),
* Nouns
* Days of the week
* Months of the year
* Writing complete sentences
* Vocabulary
* Understanding of past/present/future

The “who” cards include:

• Boy (2 choices)
• Girl
• Mom
• Dad

The “where cards” include:

• the picnic
• the school
• the zoo
• the movie theater
• the classroom
• the toy store
• the ice cream store
• the swimming pool
• the park
• the library
• the farm
• the birthday party
• the bus stop
• the football game
• the city
• the mall
• the flower garden
• the airport
• the doctor
• the museum
• the baseball game

The “when” cards include:

• is at
• will go to
• went to
• Days of the week
• Months of the year
• Today/tomorrow/yesterday

SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT:

Given up to 20 "wh" (who/where/when) picture cards with words and a guided sequencing visual (color borders on cards, velcro attachment), STUDENT will form each sentence and read or describe events/people shown, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Thank you and enjoy!

Given up to 20 "wh" (who/where/when) picture cards with words and a guided sequencing visual (color borders on cards, velcro attachment), STUDENT will form each sentence and read or describe events/people shown, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.