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Curriculum Links

 

Picture1.pngCreate a FREE Login to print ALL Learning Program Materials or shop the store for more!

 The_TV_Teacher_logo_final__2_.jpg TV Teacher is a multisensory approach to make learning and writing fun through the use of video modeling.

   

ReadingAtoZ.jpgLearning A to Z to known for its vast library of printable readers at 27 levels of difficulty.  There are also books in many genres and formats, fluency passages for timed reading, customizable worksheets, poetry, reader's theater scripts, Spanish resources, and dozens of other classroom resources and tools.

readingaboutme.pngReading About Me! (RAM!) is a beginning reading program designed for any person who can successfully  match two identical pictures or objects. Utilizing a sight-based word approach, RAM! incorporates high interest personal words and pictures meaningful and unique to each learner into each of 14 core lessons provided.  Download a brochure!

dsei-la-tag-rgb.png Down Syndrome Education International
is the leading expert in research based, evidence backed practices for teaching children with Down syndrome.  The See and Learn program was established to support reading instruction for children with Down syndrome beginning as early as 18 months of age.  Check out the Numicon Math System to improve number recognition, addition and patterning skills for children with Down syndrome.  Find more research on various topics spanning the age range HERE.

Parent Made & Other Materials

Curriculum Used in the Learning Program

 

The Learning Program focusing on the development of skills in the following areas: reading/literacy, math, writing/occupational therapy, speech & language and gross motor movement.

Download a Practice Chart

Download a Vocabulary Assessment

Download a Personalized Storybook Template

 

Pre-Program Evaluation

LP Parents, please take a moment to show your kids the following pictures and words.  Track how many they get correct and email that answer or bring the evaluation form below to your first session.

Lesson 1     PPT     PDF

Lesson 2     PPT     PDF

Lesson 3     PPT     PDF

Lesson 4     PPT     PDF

Lesson 5     PPT     PDF

Lesson 1 - 5 Evaluation Form

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Personalized Stories

Written by the parents in the Learning Program (print and add images of your child)

At Night

Coming in at Recess

For Breakfast

Getting Dressed in Winter

Getting Dressed

In the Bathroom

In the Morning

My Favorite Sports

My Pets

My School

My Vacation

 

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