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YouTubin' in Speech!

I'm a huge fan of videos..anything visual! If its moving, singing, and dancing the kids are into it! I found a few great videos that I wanted to share with you. We have access to YouTube in my building luckily, so if you can, click along!

Syllable Segmenting:

If I have to break up words on a whiteboard for 30 minutes - I'll cry. So naturally, the kids are most likely bored too. I found this great video for "clapping" out the sounds! The link is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvcgVRULaW

The Four Seasons:

The session always starts with my Speech Warm Up. During the warm up I ask the month, year, and season! Almost always I get a month as an answer, no matter how many time we go through the seasons lol This video does a nice job of putting it into song form, which is sticking for my kids. It also provides clues for each season during the song and the kids have to guess what the season is! The link is here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LTXtSGf1VdY&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DLTXtSGf1VdY

Humpy Dumpty, and other nursery rhymes

Some of my little kiddos aren't familiar with nursery rhymes, and they have rhyming goals! What better way to teach rhymes than with nursery rhymes!
The link for this video and many others is: www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1fiPIhGXYA 


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