Educators

The Come Learn with Me series is designed to improve a young child’s development in the areas of communication and cognitive skills.  This program can provide a fun and interactive session for children to use with parents through natural play, with therapists or teachers in structured learning where activities are teacher directed, or with therapists or teachers in instructured learning when following a child’s lead.

To accomplish the goal of developing a young child’s early language ability, the adult interacting with the child can focus on the following skills:


Come to My Farm

Receptive language skills

refers to understanding the meaning of words, which may include verbal or visual language.

Skill Directive
Identify animals Point to cow, show me horse
Identify pictures Point to barn, show me truck
Follow one-step directions Get dog, give me sheep
Follow directions related to prepositions Put the pig in the mud
Take the pig out of the barn
Following two-step directions Put the cow in the mud and the horse in the barn

Expressive language skills

refers to the ability to communicate using spoken or printed words.

Skill Directive
Label real objects What’s that?
Label pictures What’s that?
Respond to yes/no questions Is this a cat?
Is the cow in the barn?
Respond to what questions What sits in the mud?
What swims in the pond?
Respond to where questions Where is the cat?
Where is the duck?

Cognitive skills

refers to the progressive and continuous growth of perception, memory, imagination, conception, judgement, reasoning, and thinking skills.

Skill Directive
Match objects to pictures Find the same; find a match
Match animals to their corresponding sounds Who says moo?
Categorize objects Find animals with tails
Identify animanls by their Color Which animals are white?

 


Come to My House

Receptive language skills

refers to understanding the meaning of words, which may include verbal or visual language.

Skill Directive
Identify real objects Point to apple, show me apple
Identify pictures Point to cup, show me cheese
Follow one-step directions Get bread, give me apple
Follow directions related to prepositions Put the cheese on the bread
Take the cup out of my hand
Following two-step Put the soap in the tub and directions the cup on the table

Expressive language skills

refers to the ability to communicate using spoken or printed words.

Skill Directive
Label real objects What’s that?
Label pictures What’s that?
Respond to yes/no questions Is this a banana?
Is the cheese on the bread?
Respond to what questions What do you drink with?
What food is red?
Respond to where questions Where is the milk?
Where is the apple?

Cognitive skills

refers to the progressive and continuous growth of perception, memory, imagination, conception, judgement, reasoning, and thinking skills.

Skill Directive
Match objects to pictures Find the same; find a match
Match objects to an appropriate location Where does the soap go?
Categorize objects Find something you an eat
Identify objects by their Color Which is white?

 


Come Move With Me

Receptive language skills

refers to understanding the meaning of words, which may include verbal or visual language.

Skill Directive
Identify real objects Point to swing, show me swing
Identify pictures Point to slide, show me hat
Follow one-step directions Get doll, give me doll
Follow directions related to action Put the girl on the slide
Show me who is swinging
Following two-step directions Feed the doll with the spoon
Feed the doll with the fork

Expressive language skills

refers to the ability to communicate using spoken or printed words.

Skill Directive
Label real objects What’s that?
Label pictures What’s that?
Respond to yes/no questions Is the girl eating?
Is the boy in the pool?
Respond to who questions Who is eating?
Who is sleeping?
Respond to what questions What is this girl doing?
What is this boy doing?

Cognitive skills

refers to the progressive and continuous growth of perception, memory, imagination, conception, judgement, reasoning, and thinking skills.

Skill Directive
Match objects to pictures Find the same; find a match
Match objects to an appropriate location Where does the boy swim?
Categorize objects Show me who is standing
Identify gender Show me the boy

 


Come Ride With Me

Receptive language skills

refers to understanding the meaning of words, which may include verbal or visual language.

Skill Directive
Identify real objects Point to boat, show me boat
Identify pictures Point to bridge, show me car
Follow one-step directions Get train, give me airplane
Follow directions related to prepositions Put the car on the bridgeTake the car off the bridge
Following two-step Directions Give me boat and train

Expressive language skills

refers to the ability to communicate using spoken or printed words.

Skill Directive
Label real objects What’s that?
Label pictures What’s that?
Respond to yes/no questions Is this a car?
Is the boat in the water?
Respond to what questions What flies in the air?
What floats on water?
Respond to where questions Where is the truck?
Where is the boat?

Cognitive skills

refers to the progressive and continuous growth of perception, memory, imagination, conception, judgement, reasoning, and thinking skills.

Skill Directive
Match objects to pictures Find the same; find a match
Match vehicles to colors Show me the red ones.
Categorize objects Find one with wheels
Identify objects by their function What scoops dirt?