- ABOUT MY SLCN BLOG
- WHAT IS SEN?
- SPEECH & LANGUAGE RESOURCES
- INDEX at 8th Jan. 2016
- Activity books
- Add-ons to purchased games
- Articulation / pronunciation
- Categories and vocabulary
- Concept words and phrases
- Make & read small books
- Marion Blank: Language Levels
- Number and counting
- Read (and look) for meaning/inference
- Reading practice
- Sentences / punctuation
- Size grading
- Spellings etc.
- Two-word level
- Three-word level
- Traditional tales / fairy tales / tales from other lands
- Word work (endings, rhymes, homonyms, etc.)
- CURRICULUM TOPICS
Category Archives: Speech and Language Pathology
I have uploaded the calendar for next month. Find it here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/calendars-and-worksheets-6145231 Useful for practising the language of time, events, weather etc.
Will you be the next to download a calendar and worksheet? January’s has been posted on TES: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/calendars-and-worksheets-6145231 It’s free.
The tenth title in the Using Language Levels series is available at £2 from TES. Entitled Fairy tales – 3, it offers a text for each tale, an extra activity, the Language Levels questions, a cover note and a record … Continue reading
The sixth title in the Using Language Levels series is available at £2 from TES. Entitled The Park, it offers the usual varied set of activities as well as providing a good basis for discussing a place which is familiar … Continue reading
Further to a query on a forum on TES, I have picked out some of my resources which are particularly aimed at working on pronouns. Hope you find this helpful. See the Pronouns listing in the sidebar. Have also made … Continue reading
I hope you were able to join in the Kids’ Art Week fun. My posts (see links below) include my own efforts at each activity plus a mini language lesson based on the videos etc. The art sessions are still … Continue reading
The story pictures are presented in three formats to increase the usefulness of the resources: with questions for each page at all the Levels (I-IV) in a smaller size for you to make additional activities in a story text – … Continue reading