Book from Week 9

Standard

The format for the repetitive line in this book was more of a fill-in-the-blank type.  If the students did not press the voice output device, the question “what do we say?” was asked.  On the last page of the book, we practiced “knocking on the door” by knocking on the table.  Trick or Treat!

Trick-or-Treat!

About jd785

Joy (Occupational Therapist), Cara (Speech Therapist) and Jeannie (Teacher) work with students who have significant intellectual differences. We look for ways to provide multi-sensory learning experiences to enable our students to improve their literacy, fine motor, and communication skills.

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