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Easter Boards, Christ Is Risen

Games and vocabulary that build a child’s skill.

Pre-made Boards to Print or Pop In

These St.Patick’sDay Boards target beginning reader and math skills while adding to the fun of #St.Patrick’sDay

Math- addition, counting to 20 and word problems.

Reading – word match, basic vocabulary and for the #SLP sound production  /l/ practice

Desaigned to be printable, the boards can also be save to your camera roll and added into the app.

Interactive Boards For Sentence Expansion

While having a child work the iPad is a great way for them to practice what they have learnt, we first need to do the necessary teaching for the practice to take place. Building boards that set up errorless learning when working with learners is a way to do the initial teaching.

Why errorless learning?

Errorless learning helps build the correct neuropathway from the start.  When we model what is expected we set children up for success.
Modelling what is expected prior to the child attempting to do the task, the child is watching what is the ‘right’ response before they attempt the task. If the task is set up in such a way they cannot make a mistake. They have the correct ‘pattern’ for their brain to begin with.

The iESLp boards are interactive in the sense that the teacher/therapist is able to design boards for teaching/therapy to teach from, then let the child repeat the activity as many times as they need until mastered. This repetition can be guided by an instructional assistant at first, working towards independence.

The boards can also be used to help with early literacy and introduction to paragraph writing about winter.

Next week we will look at a different aspect of how iESLp can be used interactively.  Omazing Kids has caught onto this unique way of using the app.

Enjoy your coffee or tea as you check out these boards below from iESLp!  See you next week.

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Camera Roll Pop In Board Games

 

BOARD GAMES PROVIDE A LEARNING OPPORTUNITY THROUGH PLAY & FUN

As we approach the fun and festive days of Christmas holidays we can add learning to the mix with board games.   Spending some time playing a board game with children can build healthy social bonds and include language or academia skills in a variety of ways.  Family time , with the entertainment and fun of playing a game together, helps children (and adults) create positive memories of time spent together.  Using iESLp app you can build a board game together in a few minutes.  The game you build is then tailored  to the specific interest of the players.

Below are 3 fun board games you can add into the app through the camera roll.  Check out the tutorial video.  Along with the boards, you will need one standard six sided dice to play the games.

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Bonus Board Template

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Talk About …

 

 

Easy to make boards with the specific goals of the client/student in mind.  Use layering, transparency or any of the other app features to quickly design boards which create an opportunity for the child to use their developing speech in a fun interactive session.


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