This unique language resource is a collection of communication games designed by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals including Specialist Teachers and a Speech & Language Therapist working within education. It is for use by education staff with children from Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. The games are not only intended for use with children who have a recognized communication difficulty, but can be equally valuable to use as a whole class resource to support the development of communication skills. The games relate to the 4 main areas of communication; receptive language, expressive language, semantics (vocabulary & meaning) and pragmatics (social use of language).
The games have been designed to give children fun and interesting opportunities to learn and use vocabulary from Curriculum topics linking in with strands of the Primary Framework.
The collection of communication games are linked to the QCA/DCSF Strands within Geography, Science and Literacy for years 1 and 2. The Foundation games focus on Communication, Language and Literacy as well as the Knowledge and Understanding of the World area of learning, from the EYFS Framework.
2011 is the National Year of Communication and the team from Communication in the Curriculum will be attending the Education Show at the NEC in Birmingham in March 2011.
|Foundation Senses and Food||£15.00||
|Foundation Transport and Animals||£15.00||
|Yr 1 Literacy||£15.00||
|Yr 2 Literacy||£15.00||
|Bundle pack of all resources||£90.00||
|Categorised list of Foundation Stage Language Games||FREE||
|Categorised list of Year 1 Language Games||FREE||
|Categorised list of Year 2 Language Games||FREE||
|Welcome to Communication in the Curriculum||FREE||
Foundation Senses and Food
Foundation Transport and Animals
Year 1 Literacy
Year 2 Literacy
Key Stage 1 Geography
Key Stage 1 Science
The instructions for these games/activities have been made as PDF files and will be installed to a location of your choice when you run the installer. You can choose to install them into your In Print Writing folder to keep these together with your In Print activity files but you will not be able to open them in Communicate: In Print. You will need to locate and open them outside of the program. You will need Adobe Acrobat to open PDF files.