All documents are in a PDF File form. Feel free to download them and use them with your students and children! Please note that all of these documents are my own creations. At this point, all downloads are free for anyone to use. I enjoy sharing ideas and materials with families and other teachers, but I expect credit for their creation to remain to me. Thank you for understanding…. Check back often! New ideas and documents will be added to the top of the page periodically! Enjoy!

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Interrupting and Blurting out book – These pages are based on the book, My Mouth is a Volcano, by Julia Cook.  (2005) CTC Publishing

Conversation Map

Conversation Map Coloring worksheets

Conversation Menu

Conversation Question Web

Comment & Question visuals

Favorites Question asking idea cue cards

Question words visual

Talk About card template

© Jill D. Kuzma, Minneapolis MN, 2008. All Rights Reserved.
Neither this document nor its concept may be duplicated, distributed, or re-published in any format without written permission from the author/owner.

4 responses »

  1. Your website is totally awesome. I’ve been printing all of your teaching ideas today. Thanks so much for helping kids on the spectrum and those that work closely with them.

  2. Love the conversation ideas posted by Jill here!

    Here are some resources I posted on my site a couple days ago: http://bit.ly/zv5OHg . It teaches some elements of conversation based on the parts of a train.

    Locomotive: Greeting
    Coal tender: How are you, etc
    Each subsequent train car: Conversation turns
    Car off-track: Departing from shared topic abruptly
    Switch track: Tactful change of topic
    Caboose: Ending conversation, farewells

    The link above gives a free download of a wall display featuring real train pictures.

    Regards,

    Joel Shaul, LCSW
    autismteachingstrategies.com

  3. Nice resources for conversational skills-building. Could you please proofread and fix typos, please? My kiddos will be all over the “smack” (instead of “snack”), lol

    Thanks!

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