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Distance Learning Lesson:Spring Theme

By Rosemarie Griffin

Wow here we are providing distance learning! This switch has left me feeling anxious and exhausted with how to help support all of my students! Some districts are providing distance learning and some are sending home materials and videos.

I wanted to help you support your students during this distance learning time. The video below can be sent home to help your students maintain their communication skills during this time.

The video is a Spring Distance Learning Lesson. We start with Spring Would You Rather Questions, A Spring Adapted Book, A Spring Song and we end with a Category Game.

Spring Adapted Book

This video is perfect for students in pre-k and elementary. Students who are nonverbal will benefit from instruction, as well as students who are conversational.

The lesson is engaging and fun! Share with your caseload today. We are here to help support you and your students.


  1. Bria

    Hi, you talk about a video on your blog but I don’t see a link to watch it. Thanks.

    • Rosemarie Griffin

      Hi Bria. If you put your email in below the blog post. The video spring lesson I created will be delivered to you.


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