LD-activities

Welcome SCC !!!

This page is made for LANGUAGE AND LEARNING DISABILITIES class.

Various activities aimed at different levels of students,

even special needs students.

Good Luck to all of you for your stage !!!

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 1. ELEMENTARY BEHAVIOR CHART

This chart could be used for children with ADHD or who are experiencing difficulty with fallowing instructions/rules.
This tool is used as a checklist, a visual support to help the student with his/her daily routine in school.
It uses also the token strategy to promote good behavior.

Get the word document – ELEMENTARY_BEHAVIOR_CHART

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2. SHAPES

We have colorful shapes (squares, rectangles, triangles, circles, rhombuses, long rectangular strips…) Activity 1:

Learning about shapes and colors.

Developing the creativity as they create figures.

1.Shapes and various activities aimed at different levels of students, even special needs students.
We have colorful shapes (squares, rectangles, triangles, circles, rhombuses, long rectangular strips…)
• Activity 1:
– Learning about shapes and colors.
– Developing the creativity as they create figures.

• Activity 2:
Stimulating the students’ feelings of touch and visual discrimination.
Practice the ability to follow directions or to be creative.

• Activity 3:
– Following directions to create a pattern/sequencing
– Identify the left and right sides and top/bottom by placing the shapes according to instructions.
– Sequencing according to sizes (ascending and descending order)

• Activity 4:
– Making and telling a story, expressing feelings, fears, ideas.
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Clock

2. A clock for reading time for elementary schools as well as for special needs students.
– Learning about numbers, sequencing numbers
– Differentiating between minute and hour hands.
– Some parts are flexible to make it more playful and differentiate

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Get the word document –activities_for_learning_difficulties

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3. LEARN NOT TO REVERSE THE LETTERS

Learn the sound of ” b d p” Learn the touch

Make words as ” bob or pod “

Use the blue line to place it at the right place beside the bubble or letter ” o “

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4. CLIENT VISUALLY IMPAIRMENTS

Goal :

Help visually impaired people learning letters by touching and after making them redo the shape of the letter.

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5. Learning to follow directions

Counting / Numbers

Which container is empty or full ?

Which container has more?

Matching colours

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6. Redo

For: fine motors and memory.

Age: 6-10 years old

The child selects the # and has to do them in order

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7. School Schedules 

We created a school schedule that student would place in their locker so as to not lose it. All subjects are color coordinated to match their bander as well.

So math class is blue and so is the binders for that class. We decided this was good for students who have trouble with letters, the colors can help them.

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8.

The child would need to write the letters in between the green and red tape. The dotted line represents the space needed for lower case letters.

This could help if a child is having difficulty writting in between the lines. It can also help the child by providing a large space to write in.

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9. Dysgraphia

This is for students who have dysgraphia. It helps them to organize their work.

age group: 11 years old

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