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Are your students learning to build on rhyming sounds skills from phonological awareness to identify and produce rhyming words? This IEP Goal Review worksheet printable packet helps students to hear the rhyming sound patterns in words. If your learners have IEP goals related to reading rhyming words, hearing a rhyming sound pattern, or using pictures of familiar objects to hear the rhyming sound in words, then this IEP Goal Review worksheet packet is the perfect practice tool!
Implement for students with autism, ESY supplement, fall review, beginning of the year refresher, one-on-one teaching, literacy center, tutoring, speech and language therapy, or even as a substitute bin filler!
The reading worksheets and suggested IEP goals are aligned with early elementary, or students developing reading skills.
WHAT EXACTLY IS A “REVIEW PACKET FOR IEP GOALS”?
Each review packet contains “uncluttered” (less cutesy, distraction free) printables that are aligned with academic or social-emotional state standards. The skill sets are, in most instances, adapted to fit the learning needs of special education students. The Review Packets for IEP Goals are designed to encourage independent work practice for those who can, and additional support for those students who may need it. In time, we will includes every standard from Pre-Kindergarten through third grade. Special requests will be accepted for specific standards or grade levels. Feel welcome to email me with your request (DSinger@AutismEducators.com).
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS Reading Key Ideas and & Details WORKSHEET PACKET?
· 45 printable worksheets aligned with state standards for reading skills in the area of Reading Prose and Poetry with phonological awareness
· 3 Levels included (30 poem worksheets / 10 rhyming with pictures worksheets / 5 word pair worksheets)
· Data Section on each worksheet to track student progress in the classroom, at home, therapy, or tutoring.
· Suggested IEP Goals
WHAT AGE OR GRADE LEVEL WOULD YOU SUGGEST THIS WORKSHEET PACKET FOR?
Although this IEP goal review packet is aligned with early/mid elementary (1-3) skills, it may support any learner who is currently developing reading skills accessing reading resources on this grade level. As we know, our children all learn at their own pace and this resource is adaptable for all students learning to read or hear the rhyming pattern in words.
HOW WILL THIS IEP GOAL REVIEW PACKET HELP MY STUDENT/CHILD?
This packet provides extra practice to supplement classroom lessons, therapy session resource, summer/fall review to prevent reading skills regression, independent work to support inclusion, reading resource, or early intervention. Each page contains an area to track the child’s progress to monitor for skill progression.
DOES THE IEP GOAL REVIEW PACKET COME WITH IEP GOALS?
YES! Here are suggested IEP goals which aligns with this IEP Goal Review packet:
· Given two passages which have four lines of text, STUDENT will _______(read aloud independently or listen to the teacher/therapist read aloud) to determine which is a poem by identifying the rhyming word pattern, as documented by teacher/therapist observation, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
· Given 4 lines of a poem read loud and repeated two times in succession by an adult (teacher/therapist/parent), STUDENT will identify the rhyming words by repeating the words, as documented by teacher/therapist observation, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
· Given a poem read aloud to STUDENT in a one-on-one setting (ex. teacher time), STUDENT will listen to a poem read aloud by an adult (teacher/therapist) with at least readings for STUDENT to touch his/her ear to indicate when the rhyming words are heard, as documented by teacher observation, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
· Given two pictures of objects which represent rhyming pairs of words and sets of distractors (words which do not rhyme), STUDENT will say the words in order to determine if a rhyming sound pattern is heard, as documented by teacher/therapist observation, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
· Given a set of words to read or listen to as read aloud by an adult, STUDENT will indicate if there is a rhyming pattern heard, or in each pair of words, as documented by teacher/therapist observation, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
CAN I SHARE THIS WITH MY TEAM OR CO-WORKERS?
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