Do you struggle to help expand children’s vocabulary skills during speech therapy sessions? You can’t possibly teach a child every word he will ever need. Instead, you need a strategy that you can teach the child that will help him learn and remember many words. Kristin Immicke from Talkin’ With Twang is here to show us how you can teach prefixes and suffixes to help a child improve their vocabulary skills.
- Talkin’ with Twang Blog: http://www.talkinwithtwang.com/
- Talkin’ with Twang TPT Store:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Talkin-With-Twang
- Good books for teaching/practicing prefixes & suffixes: If you Were a Prefix by Marcie Aboff, If You Were a Suffix, Things that are Most in the World by Judi Barrett (good for -est), A Visitor for Bear by Bonny Becker (good for un-, im-, in-)
- Prefixes and Suffixes Packet:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Prefixes-and-Suffixes-Packet-1485629
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