Set of 25. The SGM® icon stickers have many uses. Each sticker strip has 13 stickers. Each individual sticker image corresponds to an icon of the Story Grammar Marker®. Each icon represents a part of a narrative episode: character, setting, initiating event, feeling, plan, mental state, planned attempts (actions), direct consequence, and resolution.
Popular uses for these stickers are in individual and paired editing and revision of student writing/drawing and also putting the stickers on pages of children’s literature to identify the page that depicts that particular part of the story. The stickers are low-tack making them able to be used multiple times. They can also be used to…
Item No. 03 022
This is a Special Collection of Selected MindWing Materials (An OVER $1200 value!). This is the perfect collection for those who are in private practice, a clinical setting or in a school-based position dealing with varying ages and abilities, and wish to have a selection of materials from each of our kits without having to purchase each kit separately.
This collection does not include the following products that serve specific populations: SGM® Spanish Maps (Story Grammar Marker® translated into Spanish); Holding Stories in the Palm of Your Hand (for DHH/ASL); the DRIP-EY Diagnostic Record & Intervention Plan Set (For Deaf or Hard of Hearing) or Refill Pack; and The Essential SGM® (for colleges and university programs). These preceding products may be ordered separately if needed. The Ultimate Colelction also does not include the SGM® iPad App, which must be purchased in the iPAD APP STORE.
Product No. 03 010
Braidy the StoryBraid® Kit is an exciting and creative way to introduce and target instruction on the patented narrative icons of the original Story Grammar Marker®.
Item No. 01 000E
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The East Meets West™ Quick Start includes Volumes I & II of East Meets West and a Teacher Story Grammar Marker® manipulative. East Meets West I & II are guides for the implementation of evidence-based clinical intervention for students who have language and reading disabilities. The authors, Maryellen Rooney Moreau, MEd, CCC-SLP, of MindWing Concepts and Judy K. Montgomery, PhD, CCC-SLP, of Chapman University, analyzed 22 picture story books for theme, narrative structure, expository text features, phonological sensitivity skills, vocabulary and aspects of cultural influence. Each book or author is on the recommended lists for California or Massachusetts, hence the title, East Meets West™. East Meets West™ guides educators through aural/oral activities using quality children’s literature as a base and by...
“Books can be created in many ways. These books came to life when we, two speech-language pathologists (Judy from California and Maryellen from Massachusetts), met one another in Dallas, Texas. We both look out onto different oceans at home, yet surprisingly we had many common experiences. Sitting on a pair of rocking chairs on a wooden porch at the end of a long day, we began talking. We talked about books, communication, language and literacy. That conversation quickly brought to light our mutual LOVE for helping children, and the educators who touch their lives. Here we were, “smack dab” in the middle of the country discovering our ideas and passion for education were merging with amazing speed and energy--just like a cross country highway! At the same time, each of our states was launching a huge reading initiative, and we knew we had a part to play in it. We were in the middle of the country and we were linking East and West. A book was born. We hope our passion helps you further yours.” Judy K. Montgomery’s comment about the East Meets West™ series
Item No. 10 700
ISBNs: 978-0-9769527-0-1 (0-9769527-0-X)