Take Home Worksheets
To continue working on skills in the home, click on the link that contains your topic for a convenient handout. All handouts are from Super Duper inc.
- Greetings: Hellos and Goodbyes – Teaching Children to Use Greetings
- Giving advice to a friend: Giving Advice – A Social Skill
- Topic Maintenance: Tips for Topic Maintenance
- Taking other’s perspectives: Teaching Students to Take Another’s Perspective
- Interruption: Pardon My Interruption…
- Communication needs in teenagers: Unique Communication Needs of Teenagers
- Personal Space: Personal Space – A Social Skill
Working on social skills at home: Parents Help to Encourage Social Success at Home, Too!
- Building friendships: Helping the Child with Autism Build Peer Relationships and Friendships
- Sensory Integration: It’s Too Loud! Don’t Touch Me! That Tastes Funny!
- Transitions at school: Dealing with Transition During the School Day
- What are basic concepts
- Pronouns: Teaching Pronouns in the Classroom
- Opposites: Ways to Teach Opposites
- Prepositions: Teaching Prepositions
- Spatial Concepts and Relationships: Early Skills with Preschoolers
- Predictable Books: Learning Through Predictable Books
- Comparatives and Superlatives
- Using A Calendar: Activities to Extend Classroom Learning
- Following directions: Different Ways of Following Directions
- Vocabulary development
- Picture hierarchy for teaching vocabulary: Photos vs. Drawings – Different Levels of Learning Vocabulary
- Figurative language: Types of Figurative Language
- Homonyms: Building Vocabulary Using Homonyms
- Word retrieval: Understanding Word-Retrieval Problems
- Using a dictionary: Ways to Teach Dictionary Skills
- Expanding language: Language Expansion vs. Language Extension—What’s the Difference?
- Verb tenses: Present, Past, and Future Tense Verbs
Early Language Development
- 0-3 years of age: Early Language Development
Reading and Writing
- Narrative Stages
- Sentence-Building Activities
- Figurative Language: Types of Figurative Language
- Journal Writing Activities
- Main Idea: What’s the Big Idea? Finding and Understanding the Main Idea
- Main Idea at Home: Fun Ways to Practice Main Idea at Home
- Writing the Alphabet: Fun Ways to Teach Children How to Write the Letters of the Alphabet
- Phonological awareness: What is Phonological Awareness?
- Literacy Skills in Toddlers: Building a Foundation for Reading and Writing: Birth through Preschool
- ABC’s of Reading Acquisition: Promoting Literacy Skills at Home
- Questions in the Classroom: Are Teachers Asking the Right Questions?
- Asking and Answering Questions: How to Help Your Child Understand and Produce “WH” Questions
Communication Milestone Guide by LinguiSystems
This guide is an excellent resource for parents to inform them of when their child should obtain various communication milestones (for example, when different speech sounds appear in development or when sentences increase from one to two to three words). View the LinguiSystems' Communication Milestones 2009 Edition.
Improving Vocal Health with Proper Voice Projection
This guide is an excellent resource for individuals who want to improve their projection of their voice. Access Learning to Project Your Voice to learn more.