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5 Ways to Use Dry Erase Dice!


The Dollar Tree has these AMAZING dry erase dice for...you guessed it...A DOLLAR! The possibilities of these are truly endless. I want to share some ideas with you on how I use them in therapy.

1) Articulation Dice - Using two dice, write target sounds/words on each side of the first die and on the second die, write numbers 1 through 6. Have your students roll both dice. Then, they can produce the target sound for number rolled on the other die.

2) Answering Questions Dice- Using a fine point dry erase marker, write WH questions on each side of the die. These can be used for ice-breakers, answering questions about a story, or general WH questions. 

3) Verb Dice - Write regular or irregular verbs on the dice. Roll the die and have your student produce the past tense form of the verb and use it in a sentence.

4) Vocabulary Dice - Target homophones, antonyms, synonyms, categories, etc. Write a grade level vocabulary word on each side of the die. Roll the die and ask your student to produce the target vocabulary concept.

5) Sentence Building Dice- Using two dice, write a subject (noun, pronoun, etc.) on each side of the first die and on the second die, write an action verb. Have your students roll both dice. Then, they can form a grammatically correct sentence with dice. 

What are some creative ways you can use or have used these dice in therapy? I'd love to hear!



Lacee Johnson
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Informal Assessment for Individuals with Autism


I don't know about you, but giving standardized tests to some of my kiddos isn't the end all - be all measure. And it definitely doesn't paint a true picture of all the abilities and strengths of the child. When initially meeting a family, I always like to give a case history/interview form as well as a functional communication checklist to the parents. Typically, I grab the CELF pragmatic profile with some random case history form that I found on google. I was never satisfied with the information I had gathered when I sat down to write the report and IEP.

For those very reasons, I tried to create an assessment that would give me enough information to feel comfortable about a students true receptive and expressive language ability. This is my newest product on TpT: Informal Assessment for Individuals with Autism: Lower level. 



This is the expressive language portion with the stimulus book and scoring assessment. In both the receptive and expressive stimuli books, I used real pictures and limited language. 

These are the checklists included in the resource. You can score each task with a 0, .5, and 1. This gives you more information when writing goals. Check it out on my TpT Store: Speech Me Maybe and let me know what you think! 
P.S. Higher level version is coming soon!!! :)

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TpT BONUS SALE!!


Teachers Pay Teachers is having a back to school bonus sale for today, August 22nd ONLY!! Check out some of my latest and greatest to help start your school year off right!

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Back To School: Progress Monitoring Tools



The beginning of the school year is the perfect time to get good baseline data on your caseload. Of course only after you break the ice and get to know each other! This progress monitoring tool can give you great baseline data on the following speech and language areas...


Articulation: Phonemes: /k, g, t, d, f, v, s, z, sh, ch, voiced th, voiceless th, l, l-blends, r, r-blends.
Antonyms, Synonyms, and Homophones
Associations
Categories
Attributes
Context Clues
Basic Concepts
WH questions
Following Directions
Irregular Verbs
Irregular Plural Nouns

This product also comes with 30 IEP goals for the following areas: Articulations, semantics, syntax/morphology, pragmatics, fluency, and voice. Have confidence in your systems of developing goals from accurate data with this tool!


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