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https://www.melissa-stewart.com/videos/video_mini_lessons.html  Some of these lessons/worksheets might be useful to our kids, and you can get the books through your library. 

Anything else you've found being shared right now that you're wanting to do? 

I'm excited to try this daily explorations page from Scholastic with ds. https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-3-5.html

 

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Here's another. I thought it was costing money then realized it's FREE! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Home-Packet-for-Speech-Therapy-5328741 It's a packet of home speech therapy activities being shared with SLPs to send home with their school kids. Very practical language stuff, easy to implement. And I think if you dig in it has pages for 20 days of pragmatics, 20 days of language, etc.

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I'm sorta behind on holidays, but this looks fun for St Patrick's day tomorrow https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/wearing-o-green-cake/  It's a green poke cake. :biggrin:  I don't have a white cake mix in the house, so I thought I might try this recipe https://iambaker.net/white-snack-cake/  It just makes a 9X9, perfect for a few people.

 

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Storyline Online has free picture book readings. I'm thinking we could use these to work on intonation. It would be hard work, but he could listen, pause, and repeat the way the reader did it. Kids with ASD usually have prosody issues, so this could be a way to work on it. We worked on intonation in Russian, and we did a combo of marking intonation patterns and just plain repeating/studying till you could nail it. But maybe that means work less, doing just a bit at a time, till you can do the whole book well by the end of the week? I don't know. It's just an idea.

https://www.youtube.com/user/StorylineOnline

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10 hours ago, CuriousMomof3 said:

Readtopia, has a free 4 week long mini unit based on Edgar Allan Poe short stories, appropriate for middle or high schoolers with significant cognitive or communication related disabilities.  

https://learningtools.donjohnston.com/product/readtopia/

Ooo, that sounds good! And what a great opportunity to try something that is normally $$$. Litwits is giving a free lit unit right now too. Oh that's funny, it's not on their home page. It was in a promo email they sent. 

Choose your free kit!  and code READFORFUN

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So Carmen the opera was a flop. He enjoyed the story and the intro music, but having the whole thing in spanish or italian or whatever it's in with no subtitles was too much for him, lol.

On the plus side, the LakeShore Learning chain reactions kit is a big success.

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