Language Resources

Language refers to the words we use and how we use them to share ideas and get what we want. Language includes: 

  • What words mean. Some words have more than one meaning. For example, “watch” can be something we wear on our wrist or something we do with our eyes. 
  • How to make new words. For example, we can say “care,” “careful,” or “uncaring” and mean something different. 
  • How to put words together. For example, in English we say, “Mark walked to the new school” instead of “Mark walk school new.” 
  • What we should say at different times. For example, we might be polite and say, “Would you mind moving over?” But, if the person does not move, we may say, “Get over there!” 

Use the tabs on the left to access specific activities and websites to target a variety of language goals at home!