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Positive Pragmatic Fun Sheets

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Children with hearing loss can develop up to 4 years in pragmatic language delays by age 7! This often over looked area of concern requires direct intervention. These worksheet materials and activities are useful working 1:1, in small groups, push-in services, or co-teaching classrooms.

Say and Do Positive Pragmatic Game Boards Fun Sheets helps children learn to use appropriate social skills in everyday situations.

This 170-page reproducible includes a variety of engaging things to do, including fill-ins, role-playing, puzzles, stories, and more. Help your students have super social skills in the following areas:

  • Giving Information
  • Persuasion
  • Requesting
  • Telephone Manners
  • Problem Solving
  • Feelings
  • Figurative Language
  • Appropriate Interaction
  • Greetings/Politeness
  • Topic Maintenance

You also receive a parent/helper letter, an answer key, awards, and an open-ended game board that you can customize for each student.

“These pages are fun for my kids to do. They also open up conversations we may not have thought to have had naturally – such as the “convince me” pages opening up discussions about how parents hear politeness versus whining 😉 “

“This book has great reproducibles for teaching pragmatic speech to children of all ages. I especially loved the chapter on emotions and feelings.”

“As a speech/language therapist, I work closely with special education teachers. We team teach language lessons together. Positive Pragmatic Combo allows us a variety of ways to teach our students. especially our ASD students a fun way to learn pragmatic skills.”

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