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Materials for the Actions Theme

One or more books are available for teaching each goal and can be printed or saved on a PC or tablet. Smart Charts provide Unity icons for each lesson to assist with modeling target words. Print the Smart Charts and post them for everyone on the team.

Free Samples

Beginner

  • Directing Actions 2

    The student will learn the most important words to use for directing and requesting during favorite activities.

  • Look, Let's Go!

    The student will learn to speak phrases using look, get and go.

  • Helping Others
    • To encourage the person to speak using single words throughout the course of an activity.
  • How to Make a Monster

    The student will use two to three word phrases to direct an activity.

  • To Root, To Toot, To Parachute

    The student will be able to use two word phrases to direct actions.

  • Come

    The student will speak two and three word phrases to direct another person’s actions.

  • Making Requests

    The student will learn to speak single words to make requests.

  • Get That

    Learn to use the word “get” to produce two word phrases.

  • Eat

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Free No, No, Don’t Eat That!

    Learn to use two word phrases to express negatives.

  • Feel

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Want

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Read

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Make

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Help

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Have

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Go

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Get

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Drink

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • What They Do!

    using beginning core verbs to express negatives when directing the actions of others

  • Free What Do They Do

    The student will say beginning core verbs to indicate basic actions in a story.

  • More

    The student will say the word “more” to indicate that he/she wants more of something.

Intermediate

  • Plant Parts

    The student will increase the number of words used meaningfully.

  • Adventure Series

    The student will use prepositions following present progressive verbs in sentences.

  • I Can! I Can't!
    • The student will use word combinations and simple sentences including can and an action word.
    • The student will use word combinations and simple sentences including can’t and an action word.
  • Come Intermediate

    The student will speak a simple sentence to direct another person’s actions.

  • It is Christmas Time

    The student will speak phrases that include “-ing” verbs to express continuing action in the present.

  • Max, Bo and Sally Are Friends

    Learn to use the linking verbs “is” and “are” with “ing” verbs.

  • Free Bo, Max and Sally Like to Eat

    Learn to use “to+verb” to state requests and preferences.

  • Bo and the Ants

    Learn to use prepositions in sentences.

  • Pronouns Around Town

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Eat

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Feel

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Lola Learning

    Learn to use “ing” verbs with simple phrases.

  • What Are They Doing'?

    Learn to use the linking verbs “is” and “are” with “ing” verbs.

  • What Can I Do?

    Learn to say simple declarative phrases using pronouns and verbs.

  • Want

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Stop

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Milo In Action

    Learn to use “to+verb” to state requests and preferences.

  • Make

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Help

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Have

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Go

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences

  • Get

    Learning to use subject pronouns with the word “get”.

  • Drink

    Learning to use subject pronouns with the word “drink”

  • Read

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

Advanced

  • Who Took the Bananas

    Learn to use the verbs “was” and “were” in sentences to describe how things were in the past.

  • Willy Will

    Learn to express future tense verbs.

  • Free Lola the Lion

    Learn to use past tense regular verbs ending in “ed”.

  • Going To

    Learn to express future tense verbs.