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Materials for the Basic Skills Category

One or more books are available to use with each Can-Do Activity and Communication Partner card 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.

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Beginner

  • To Root, To Toot, To Parachute

    : Your child will be able to use two word phrases to direct actions.

  • Shapes
    • Your child will speak using single words.
    • Your child will correctly identify basic shapes.
  • ABC's
    • Identify the letters of the alphabet by name.
    • Associate sounds with the proper letter.
    • Recite the alphabet in order using their device.
  • Numbers
    • The student will identify numbers 1 - 10
    • The student will count from 1 to 10
  • Making Requests

    Learn to use single words to make requests

  • Make

    Learn to use the core word “make” in phrases

  • Help

    Learn to use the core word “help” in phrases

  • Have

    Learn to use the core word “have” in phrases

  • Go

    Learn to use the core word “go” in phrases

  • Get That

    Learn to use the word “get” in phrases

  • Get

    Learn to use the core word “get” in phrases

  • What They Do!

    Learn to use negative words

  • Free What Do They Do

    Learn to produce one word utterances.

  • Want

    Learn to use the core word “want” in phrases

  • Read

    Learn to use the core word “read” in phrases

  • On and Off

    Learn to use the words “on” and “off”

  • I Do...Not!

    Learn to say negative phrases

  • I Do, I Don't

    Learn to say negatives in phrases

  • Eat

    Learn to use the core word “eat” in phrases

  • Drink

    Learn to use the core word “drink” in phrases

  • Determiners with Milo

    Learn to use the determiners “this”, “that”, “these” and “those”.

  • Color

    Learn to use the word “color” in short phrases to direct activities

Intermediate

  • Irregular Plurals with Paul

    Your child will learn how to express the concept of more than one thing by making nouns plural.

  • But Why?

    Your child will learn the skill of asking questions to request information.

  • How Many?

    Your child will be able to ask meaningful questions with proper word order.

  • I Moustache You a Question

    Your child will be able to ask meaningful questions with proper word order.

  • When?

    The person will learn the skill of asking questions to request information.

  • Sew What!

    Learn the skill of asking questions to request information

  • Who Am I?

    Learn the skill of asking questions to request information

  • Nearly, Dearly, Insincerely

    Your child will be able to use adverbs in phrases to describe when, how, where, how often or how much.

  • A Fink, A Mink, A Skating Rink

    Your child will increase the number of nouns they use in sentences.

  • I and You and Don’t Forget Who

    Your child will say simple phrases that contain a pronoun and a verb to express declarative statements.

  • Under, Over, By the Clover

    Your child will be able to use prepositions to describe position.

  • Quirky, Jerky, Extra Perky

    Your child will be able to use adjectives in a sentence to tell about someone or something.

  • Opposites

    Your child will learn opposites by using adjectives in sentences.

  • I Can! I Can't!

    Your child will learn to use the words “can” and “can’t” in simple sentences.

  • Pattern Hunt
    • Your child will learn about different pattern types and then apply their knowledge with a variety of activities.
    • Your child will use a variety of attribute vocabulary including colors, sizes and money to describe patterns.
  • 3D Shapes
    • Your child will be able to identify 3 dimensional shapes by name.
    • Your child will use the linking verbs “is” and “are” correctly in a sentence.
  • Counting Animals with -ing Verbs

    Help your child learn to count while using -ing verbs.

  • Counting Pumpkins

    Learn to count with pumpkins while speaking in simple sentences

  • Where are Bo, Max and Sally?

    Learn to use “wh” questions in sentences

  • What Are They Doing?

    Learn to use the linking verbs “is” and “are” in sentences

  • Want

    Learn to use the word “want” with subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Stop

    Learn to use subject pronouns in simple sentences

  • Read

    Learn to use subject pronouns in simple sentences.

  • Make

    Learn to use subject pronouns in simple sentences.

  • Free Learning 'In' and 'On'

    Learn to use prepositions to show position.

  • Help

    Learn to use subject pronouns in simple sentences.

  • Have

    Learn to use subject pronouns in simple sentences.

  • Go

    To learn to say subject pronouns in sentences with proper subject-verb agreement.

  • Get

    To learn to say subject pronouns in sentences with proper subject-verb agreement.

  • Adjectives

    Learn to appropriately use adjectives in sentences to describe things.

  • What Can I Do?

    Learn to speak in simple sentences

  • Milo In Action

    Learn to use the word “to” + a verb to say requests and preferences.

  • Eat

    To learn to say subject pronouns in sentences with proper subject-verb agreement.

  • Drink

    To learn to say subject pronouns in sentences with proper subject-verb agreement.

  • Can I? Yes, You Can

    To learn how to ask questions using proper word order.

  • Can I?

    Learn to ask questions with proper word order.

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