Vocabulary Cards: Toys Your Child Should Know

According to the MacArthur-Bates CDI Words and Sentences Assessment, 

these are the toys that your child should know and, more importantly, say or sign.

 

Here are printable vocabulary cards you can use with your child.

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FREE Online Resource to Support Summer Reading

Yes, that’s right!

Through a partnership between myON and Get Georgia Reading: Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, all educators, librarians, students, and parents in Georgia have free access to more than 5,000 enhanced digital books from now through August 30th. These digital books, with flexible reading scaffolds, are the core content of myON’s award-winning personalized literacy environment with embedded tools and metrics to support and track student reading growth. During this free summer trial, all readers will share a single account that provides unlimited access to myON’s digital books, without the personalization elements.

  • To learn more about how to take full advantage of this resource, watch this video.
  • Visit the myON website
  • In the School Name field, type (do NOT paste) “Get Georgia Reading, Campaign for Grade Level Reading.” (Once you start typing, the field will self-populate the rest.)
  • In the User Name field, type “read”
  • In the Password field, type: read. 
  • Click “Sign In” 
  • Select a book and begin reading!

FREE Hearing Screenings!

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As a teacher, I can’t often afford the best of the best.

I don’t have the funds to buy fancy cars or take trips to exotic places.

I have learned the importance of a budget and money well-spent.

And as a teacher, I also know there is nothing better than quality services for FREE.

A lucky day for Pathfinders across the state…

The Auditory-Verbal Center of Atlanta is offering free hearing screenings to celebrate Better Hearing and Speech month!

The free hearing screenings will be held at the Atlanta office on

May 18th: 10 AM – 1 PM

May 30th: 12 PM – 4 PM

To learn more, visit http://www.avchears.org or call the Atlanta office at (404) 633- 8911.