How To Improve Literacy Without Even Trying and 250 Words Represent Over Two-Thirds of Captioned Television illustrate very simple ways to incorporate literacy skill building into your everyday life.
It works. Really well.
Incidental exposure to high frequency words in captioned media enhances acquisition of those words. By intentionally teaching those same words you build an even stronger foundation.
We’ve taken the 250 Words that represent over two-thirds of captioned television and made three sets of flashcards.
Using the flashcards and captioned media, parents and care providers without education backgrounds can easily boost literacy skills for children and adults with and without disabilities, anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing, anyone.
There are a million ways to use flashcards – teach vocabulary, build sentences, match simple to complex definitions, label items in your house, use them in visual schedules, begin a communication board, the possibilities are infinite and really exciting.
We want everyone that wants to use these flashcards to have them, so you can download the PDF for FREE.
Just sign up below and we’ll send you the link for the 3 Sets of Flashcards. Just print them out, cut, and laminate.
If you’d prefer to order a set already made, sign up below and indicate that you would like to purchase a set. A laminated set of 250 3 x 5 cards is $60.00. The set of 10 cards is $15.00 and the set of 79 cards is $25.00.
Have fun and have high expectations.
Be respectful and listen to verbal and nonverbal cues.
Believe that this will be fun and educational.
Be quiet for 20 seconds if asking a question.
Bring your joy.
It is never too late to start. Gotta love neuroplasticity.
1. 10 Words 2. 79 Words 3. 250 Words
Ollibean Literacy Lifehacks : Tools for parents and care providers without education backgrounds to easily provide literacy instruction. Sign up for our free Flashcards of the 250 Words that represent over two-thirds of captioned television.
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