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Speech and Language page!
This page is where students and parents can find speech and language practice for home!
Speech Practice Corner
S - Z - L
Feel your tongue while making the 't' sound,
think of the sides of your tongue flapping light and easy like a butterfly wings.
Hold your tongue still, up behind your teeth as if the butterfly is gliding.
This movement will help you get to the 's' and 'z' sounds. Good luck!
Show me how its going!
Look, this fish can say his L sounds with his tongue behind his teeth!
Morning Group's Terrific Tongue Twisters
Stu the sweater squirrel missed his bus.
Tom told Ted to tackle the terribly tall turkey!
Students have been working on desciribng in detail what good listening looks like. What does it mean to "do good listening?"
Here were some of thier awesome ideas:
LISTENING LOOKS LIKE:
Looking at the speaker
If distracted, coming back to a speaker
Repeating what is said
Waiting your turn to talk
Our listening work leads us into perpective taking.
A fun and complicated topic! Understanding that others may see things differently than we do is an important step in growing.
Sentence Building Practice
This month's theme is
"Respect means listening to my teacher" -Kellan
"Respect is helping people up" -Ryan "Respect means to me: follow the Golden Rule" -AJ
"Respect means you don't interrupt people when they are talking" -McKinnley