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American Sign Language Alphabet – Lindsay Letters®

Adorable and useful! This vintage sign language chart is as fun to learn from as it is to look at. The "vintage yellow" is a distinct, bright yellow of its own. This piece is in honor of LL’s Business manager, Melissa’s son Augie —who inspires us every day! He is only four and knows over 150 signs! Can you believe it?! As a note: When signing numbers 1 through 5, you want to face your palm toward yourself! Simple charts like these show the palm facing outward, but you perform it facing…

The communication skills that babies learn in their first year set the stage for success in developing reading, writing, and social skills later in life. Parents can begin encouraging baby’s communication from the time they are born. Use these tips to encourage speech and language development. Copyright © 2017 Pathways Foundation

The communication skills that babies learn in their first year set the stage for success in developing reading, writing, and social skills later in life. Parents can begin encouraging baby’s communication from the time they are born. Use these tips to encourage speech and language development. Copyright © 2017 Pathways Foundation

MAKATON – sign language – Non-native Mommy

M., who I met on the facebook, in connection with MEC, advised me to have a look at the MAKATON signs that she uses with her daughter to connect the two languages. No matter which language you use,…

Grab this free one page describing visual, perfect for visual reminders of the Expanding Expressions Tool. Pairs perfectly with my Describing Interactive Books for carry over practice. Check out more describing resources Here STAY CONNECTED (freebies, ideas, inspiration, & more) Follow me on Instagram: @ittybittyspeech Learn more on my blog: Itty Bitty Speech Key word: describing, EET, Expanding Expressions tool, free, speech therapy, speech pathology

Grab this free one page describing visual, perfect for visual reminders of the Expanding Expressions Tool. Pairs perfectly with my Describing Interactive Books for carry over practice. Check out more describing resources Here STAY CONNECTED (freebies, ideas, inspiration, & more) Follow me on Instagram: @ittybittyspeech Learn more on my blog: Itty Bitty Speech Key word: describing, EET, Expanding Expressions tool, free, speech therapy, speech pathology

Attributes – Functions and Parts « Free Language Stuff

Curriculum Relevant Vocabulary List of Words with Functions Pre-Academic – bed – you sleep in it; coat – when it’s cold, you wear this to keep warm; cup – it holds drinks; fork – you eat with…