Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Autumn Bucket List For Listening and Spoken Language

Plan ahead, be intentional, and create fall family traditions while focusing on, expanding and carrying over your child’s listening and spoken language therapy goals. 
Click HERE for a free printable from to download with the usual autumn activates like making caramel apples, going to the pumpkin patch, roasting pumpkin seeds, etc. 

 Once each fall activity is completed, use a hole punch and punch a hole though that pumpkin to show that you did the activity. (Great for re-telling, using past tense verbs, auditory memory and more)

Remember after your autumn adventure to enter the activity in your child’s Experience Book. Your child will have lots to share at the next Auditory Verbal therapy session.

Dave SindreyM.CI. Sc.LSLS, Cert. AVT

What's An Experience Book? 

Experience books are personalized stories that you make with your child as the main character and are a Auditory Verbal practice.  Creating experience books is an interactive process between a child and a parent, grandparent or other adult which lays the foundation for natural development of listening, speech, language and literacy.

 Check out these links for Experience Book Basics:

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