Add this one to your tool box.. SLP and student use basic matching with picture activities for 15 minutes trying to explain multiple meaning words. For example, a picture of a ‘tie’ and ‘tying shoes’. Bat that you swing and and bat that flies. It just isn’t working. SLP looks arounds. Grabs iPad. Google image search for ‘Jack’. Bingo! Just find the opposite meaning of their name! New favorite comment, “Ms. Rayburn I’m not in a box.” **My student’s name isn’t Jack so we used a different pair, but I obviously didn’t want to tell you his name. Promise that his ‘Ms. Rayburn I’m not…” quote is even funnier.
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