Friday, September 13, 2013

{Review} Language Development Lessons for Early Childhood

I'm always looking for more resources for early childhood, so I'm excited to have found Language Development Lessons for Early Childhood by Great Ideas for Teaching!

This resource is intended to improve listening skills, target oral answers to questions, and allow young children to have a positive view of communication with others.

Twenty units are included in this resource.  Each comes with a picture page, as well as three additional instructor's worksheet pages.

Included in each unit is a "Yes or No Answers" page that poses basic questions, such as, "Are the girls walking to school?"

In addition, a "Choosing Between Two Answers" sheet provides choices for the student, such as "Are the girls wearing boots or shoes?"

Last but not least, is a "Completing Sentences" page that includes fill-in-the-blank statements, such as, "One girl is holding the straps of her ___________."

What I love about this material:
- It highlights the goal areas that are often targeted in early childhood.
- Each unit includes a picture reference page.
- It also includes 30 different questions about each picture, which provides students with many exposures to their goal area(s).

You can find this awesome early childhood material for $29.50 HERE!

Disclaimer: This material was given to me for review.  No other compensation was provided.  The opinions expressed here are solely my own.

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