Intervention, remedial, and therapy resources
As a teacher, you want to see all of your learners succeed. But sometimes, kids need just a little extra care and encouragement to reach their full potential.
This collection is ideal for young learners who need additional support. It provides a holistic approach to intervention and remedial work, and includes resources that children can use in the classroom, at home, and in therapy.
Holiday Intervention/Revision Grade 1
Home Language and Mathematics PDF Format
Form Perception: Occupational Therapy Activity program to develop Visual Form Constancy
An occupational therapist developed the Form Constancy activity program to support visual perceptual development. This resource focuses on Visual Form Constancy and includes information about perceptual development, various games, activities, and worksheets. Visual form constancy is the ability to recognize that a shape or object remains the same despite changes in size, position, direction, orientation, and distance, e.g., an object is still the same whether seen from the top, side, or underneath. Visual form constancy is also the ability to mentally manipulate an object into different positions just by looking at it. This program is lots of fun and includes a variety of activities to stimulate and support visual perceptual development for children between the age of 4 years to 8/9 years. Easier and more difficult worksheets are included. This resource includes: Visual perception information, development guidelines and instructions for use. Visual perceptual game (20 A6 images to copy with shapes) 18 Activity worksheets for consolidation Suitable for ages 4 years and older. 30 printable pages (PDF).
Visuele Oefeninge / Visual Activities
Kan jy die verskille tussen soortgelyke simbole (syfers/klanke) uitken? Bind gerus die werksvelle in 'n boekie of gebruik die los velle tydens lesse of intervensie klasse. Can you discern between similar symbols? Use these sheets during intervention lessons or incorporate them during class work.
First Sound Identification Grade R-3 PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS
Phonological Awareness Activity Included - 12 Worksheets in colour on which 12 sounds are grouped: m, s, f, c, t, l, r, n, e, p, g, b. - 12 black & white printer friendly worksheets – ideal for home programmes.. - Bonus rhyming activities. - Bonus language activities. How to use these worksheets Each worksheet has ‘n circle with 9/10 pictures. In the middle of the circle is a picture that indicates which sound the child should look for. For example: If there is a nest in the middle, the child should look for all the words starting with a /n/ This activity can be used in MANY ways!: - Cut the circles out and then the child can use a washing peg to show witch word starts with a specific sound. - Roll play dough into balls and “stick” them on the relevant pictures - Circle the relevant pictures with a white board marker
ck Digraph PHONICS Electronic activities for Google Slides
A Remedial Approach to Writing - Foxy's Writing Book 1
Foxy's Writing Book 1 is a remedial approach to writing. It incorporates cutting, art and craft work, baking, folding, writing, tracing, tactile learning, gross and fine motor movement, etc. into the process of learning to read and write the alphabet. The book is intended to have a sensory-based approach so that preschool learners, grade R learners or learners with support needs can more easily grasp the alphabet.
Let's write sentences: Remedial strategy, worksheets, and activities.
This resource was compiled by an occupational therapist, specifically for learners in the foundation phase who struggle with using the correct punctuation (e.g., capital letters, full stop) when writing sentences. The strategy is particularly suitable for visual perception and spatial planning difficulties and challenges in attention and focus. Learners with perceptual and attention, and concentration challenges often find it challenging to use punctuation correctly during writing tasks. Sentences often flow "together" due to a lack of correct punctuation. This resource includes an easy classroom strategy and can be used for "beginner" sentence writers or a remedial strategy for learners with challenges. The strategy is easy to learn and apply and includes several worksheets and activities. This resource consists of: Classroom strategy Classroom Posters, Printable worksheets, Board games and activities. Handwriting checklist for learners. It can also be used as a home program by parents or therapists. This resource is also available in Afrikaans WriteAbility
Articulation program - English /f/-sound: Fly theme
What this program includes: We are going to spend a few sessions learning to correctly produce the /f/-sound. This comprehensive, 14 page, program includes the following: Level 1: Auditory Discrimination - The child must be able to HEAR that there is a difference between sounds in words. Level 2 : Placement of the tongue for the correct production of the /f/-sound. Level 3: Isolation Level 4: Production in non-sense syllables. Level 5: Production in words (beginning, end, middle). Level 6: Production in sentences. Level 7: Carryover to spontaneous speech. It can also be given as homework.
Grade 3 English Home Language Term 2 Workbook (Learning Support)
This workbook should be used in conjunction with the DBE Rainbow Grade 3 Home Language book. Activities are designed for children who struggle with reading and writing by using pictures and letter blocks for support. Activities include: - Easier and shorter reading passages with comprehension questions - Word and Sentence Building - Grammar - Cursive Handwriting Practice - Life Skills Topics