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"The mission of Sonnenberg LLC is to provide the highest quality of care and education to serve the needs of children and young adults with or without disabilities. Our role is to encourage and support each child in all areas of development with appropriate material and activities in the domains of social/emotional, cognitive, communication, behavior and motor skill development. With the involvement of our staff, families and community members, our children will develop the skills and self-image they need for a successful future."

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What's Included

  • LTG - Tenses

  • STG - Tenses - Irregular Past Tense

  • Clap, clapping, clapped

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Jump, jumping, jumped

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Kick, kicking, kicked

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Play, playing, played

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Turn, turning, turned

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Walk, walking, walked

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Cook, cooking, cooked

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Paste, pasting, pasted

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Brush, brushing, brushed

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Clean, cleaning, cleaned

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Tie, tying, tied

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Button, buttoning, buttoned

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Color, coloring, colored

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Dry, drying, dried

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Paint, painting, painted

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Hop, hopping, hopped

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Look, looking, looked

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Watch, watching, watched

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Push, pushing, pushed

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Cry, crying, cried

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Fold, folding, folded

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Pull, pulling, pulled

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Tag, tagging, tagged

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Roll, rolling, rolled

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Show, showing, showed

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Crawl, crawling, crawled

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Point, pointing, pointed

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Roll, rolling, rolled

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Mop, mopping, mopped

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Grab, grabbing, grabbed

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Blink, blinking, blinked

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Call, calling, called

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • STG - Tenses - Regular Past Tense

  • Run, Running, Ran

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Sit, sitting, sat

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Drink, drinking, drank

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Blow, blowing, blew

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Stand, standing, stood

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Begin, beginning, began

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Bite, biting, bit

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Break, breaking, broke

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Bring, bringing, brought

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Build, building, built

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Catch, catching, caught

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Choose, choosing, chose

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Come, coming, came

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Dig, digging, dug

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Draw, drawing, drew

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Drive, driving, drove

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Eat, eating, ate

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Fall, falling, fell

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Feed, feeding, fed

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Feel, feeling, felt

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Fight, fighting, fought

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Fly, flying, flew

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Give, giving, gave

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Go, going, went

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Grow, growing, grew

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Hang, hanging, hung

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Hear, hearing, heard

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Hide, hiding, hid

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Hold, holding, held

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Keep, keeping, kept

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Kneel, kneeling, knelt

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Lay, laying, laid

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Leave, leaving, left

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Lie, lying, lied

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Lose, losing, lost

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Make, making, made

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Meet, meeting, met

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Pay, paying, paid

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Ride, riding, rode

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Rise, rising, rose

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Say, saying, said

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • See, seeing, saw

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Send, sending, sent

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Shake, shaking, shook

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Sing, singing, sang

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Sink, sinking, sank

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Sleep, sleeping, slept

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Slide, sliding, slid

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Speak, speaking, spoke

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Speed, speeding, sped

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Spin, spinning, spun

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Stick, sticking, stuck

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Stink, stinking, stunk

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • String, stringing, strung

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Sweep, sweeping, swept

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Swim, swimming, swam

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Swing, swinging, swung

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Tear, tearing, tore

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Tell, telling, told

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Throw, throwing, threw

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Wear, wearing, wore

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Write, writing, wrote

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Do, doing, did

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Read, reading, read

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Deal, dealing, dealt

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Cut, cutting, cut

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Buy, buying, bought

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Become, becoming, became

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Wake, waking, woke

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Bend, bending, bent

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Upset, upsetting, upset

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Wind, winding, wound

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Keep, keeping, kept

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Freeze, freezing, froze

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Know, knowing, knew

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Let, lettting, let

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Get, getting, got

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Quit, quitting, quit

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Take, taking, took

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Lead, leading, led

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Hurt, hurting, hurt

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Overthrow, overthrowing, overthrew

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Put, putting, put

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Ring, ringing, rung

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • Shoot, shooting, shot

    Step 1: The line staff tells the child to (action). Before the child does the action the line staff stops the child and says What are you going to do? The child says I am going to (action). examples: ...

  • LTG - Responses to "state of being" questions

  • STG - Responses to "state of being" questions

  • What are you doing?

  • What do you want?

  • How do you feel?

  • What do you see?

  • What were you doing?

  • LTG - Responding with "I don't know"

  • STG - Responding with "I don't know"

  • Pictures / Questions client DOES NOT know "I don't know"

  • Pictures / Questions client DOES know

  • Mixed Pictures / Questions client DOES and DOES NOT know

  • LTG - Inferencing

  • STG - Making inferences from pictures

  • Inferential question for picture 1

  • LTG - Correctly identify the difference between a statement and a question

  • STG - Sort reading cards into statement /question piles

  • Sort: The sun is hot! Is the sun hot?

  • Sort: The leaf is green. Is the leaf green?

  • Sort: The giraffe is tall. Is the giraffe tall?

  • Sort: Ben is smiling. Is Ben smiling?

  • Sort: The baby is crying. Is the baby crying?

  • Sort: The phone is ringing. Is the phone ringing?

  • Sort: The pigs are dirty. Are the pigs dirty?

  • Sort: The kittens are playing. Are the kittens playing?

  • Sort: The kids are eating pizza. Are the kids eating pizza?

  • Sort: They are building a snow woman. Are they building a snow woman?

  • Sort: The snakes were sleeping. Are the snakes sleeping?

  • Sort: Melanee and Micah were hiking. Were Melanee and Micah hiking?

  • Sort: They were reading books. Were they reading books?

  • Sort: Darrell was running. Was Darrell running?

  • Sort: The ice cream was melting. Was the ice cream melting?

  • Sort: Jose was blowing a bubble. Was Jose blowing a bubble?

  • Sort: Patty was wearing a new hat. Was Patty wearing a new hat?

  • Sort: The plant can grow. Can the plant grow?

  • Sort: The bird can fly. Can the bird fly?

  • Sort: The spider can spin a web. Can the spider spin a web?

  • Sort: Marcy can roller blade. Can Marcy roller blade?

  • Sort: Dad cooked spaghetti for dinner. Did dad cook spaghetti for dinner?

  • Sort: Lucy mowed the grass. Did Lucy mow the grass?

  • Sort: Fred knocked on the door. Did Fred knock on the door?

  • Sort: Kaneesha painted a picture. Did Kaneesha paint a picture?

  • STG - Responding to a picture with a question or statement.

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The sun is hot! Is the sun hot?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The leaf is green. Is the leaf green?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The giraffe is tall. Is the giraffe tall?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Ben is smiling. Is Ben smiling?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The baby is crying. Is the baby crying?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The phone is ringing. Is the phone ringing?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The pigs are dirty. Are the pigs dirty?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The kittens are playing. Are the kittens playing?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The kids are eating pizza. Are the kids eating pizza?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - They are building a snow woman. Are they building a snow woman?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The snakes were sleeping. Are the snakes sleeping?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The frogs were hopping. Were the frogs hopping?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Melanee and Micah were hiking. Were Melanee and Micah hiking?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - They were reading books. Were they reading books?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Darrell was running. Was Darrell running?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The ice cream was melting. Was the ice cream melting?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Jose was blowing a bubble. Was Jose blowing a bubble?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Patty was wearing a new hat. Was Patty wearing a new hat?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The plant can grow. Can the plant grow?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The bird can fly. Can the bird fly?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - The spider can spin a web. Can the spider spin a web?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Marcy can roller blade. Can Marcy roller blade?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Dad cooked spaghetti for dinner. Did dad cook spaghetti for dinner?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Lucy mowed the grass. Did Lucy mow the grass?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Fred knocked on the door. Did Fred knock on the door?

  • Picture: Statement / Question - Kaneesha painted a picture. Did Kaneesha paint a picture?

  • LTG - Asking Questions on a topic

  • STG - Asking Questions on a topic " Ask me if I..."

  • Ask me if I (have a dog)?

  • STG - Asking Questions on a topic " Ask me about (topic)..."

  • Ask me about my favorite food.

  • Ask me about the place I like to go

  • Ask me about the place I like to sleep

  • Ask me about the place I like to play with

  • Ask me about the place I like to (a situation)

  • STG - Asking Questions on a topic "Ask me (about a person)"

  • Ask me about the person I saw yesterday/today?

  • STG - Asking Questions on a topic "Ask me (the reason)"

  • Ask me the reason why I have to go to a pet store tomorrow.

  • STG - Asking Questions on a topic "Ask me how to (x)"

  • Ask me how to spell Mississippi.

  • STG - Asking Questions on a topic "Ask me if my (person) (anything)."

  • Ask me if my sister goes to kindergarten.

  • LTG - Complex Ask / Tell

  • STG - Ask / Tell - Getting information from one person

  • Get information from one person

    Getting information from the same person The line staff asks the child a question he does not know. The child says I don t know and says the question back to the line staff The line staff answers the ...

  • STG - Ask / Tell - Approaching 2 people for information

  • Approaching 2 people for information

    Getting information from the same person The line staff asks the child a question he does not know. The child says I don t know. The line staff says Go ask X. The child goes to a different person and ...

  • STG - Ask / Tell - Go tell...

  • “Go tell (person) (information).”

  • STG - Ask / Tell - Share information and find out similar information about conversation partner

  • “Go tell (person) (information) and find out (similar information)”

    Getting information from the same person The line staff says Go tell (person) (information) and find out (similar information) The child The child goes and tells the person information The child asks ...

  • LTG - Illustrations

  • STG - Illustrate one word

  • Draw this word: House

  • Draw this word: Cat

  • STG - Illustrate two objects

  • Draw these two words: ghost / house

  • STG - Illustrate a word with a description

  • Draw these two words: scary house

  • Draw these two words: blue wagon

  • STG - Illustrate a word with a preposition

  • Draw these words: dog in a box

  • Draw these words: plate on the table

  • STG - Illustrate a simple sentence

  • Draw this sentence: This cat is mad.

  • Draw this sentence: My house is pink.

  • STG - Illustrate a complex sentence

  • Draw this sentence: I went trick-or-treating on Halloween

  • Draw this sentence: My sister doesn't like to eat fish.

  • LTG - Identify the difference between facts and opinions

  • STG - Sort facts and opinions

  • Sort fact/opinion

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • Opinion Sentences

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • Fact Sentences

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • Random Sentences

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • STG - Receptive ID fact/opinion

  • "Give me / Point to" a FACT

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • "Give me / Point to" an OPINION

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • "Give me / Point to" RANDOM

    Fact Opinion The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah. Michael Jordan has a career average of 30.4 points per game. George Washington was the first President of the United States under the Co...

  • STG - Fact vs. Opinion - Verbal ID

  • "The fastest land dwelling creature is the Cheetah." FACT

  • LTG - Imagining Outcomes

  • STG - Imagine what you would do if....

  • "Imagine what you would do if" Mickey Mouse came to your house

  • "Imagine what you would do if" There was a dinosaur in your backyard

  • "Imagine what you would do if" Had 5 dollars (any amount of money)

  • "Imagine what you would do if" You went camping

  • "Imagine what you would do if" You were a firefighter

  • "Imagine what you would do if" You were Thomas the Train

  • "Imagine what you would do if" You were a lion

  • "Imagine what you would do if" You saw a monster

  • "Imagine what you would do if" Random

  • STG - Imagine what would happen if...

  • "Imagine what would happen if" (Kevin) hit (Michael).

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I threw the ball at the window

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I fell down

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I yelled in the classroom

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I kicked you

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I hugged a crying friend

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I did all my homework

  • "Imagine what would happen if" I ate all my dinner

  • "Imagine what would happen if" random-generalization