A set of classroom labels that align to common aspects of make-believe play in an early learning environment. Labels include icons and large-print words to support emerging literacy skills.
Grade K, 1 · English Language Arts, Reading, Language, Speaking, Behavior & SEL · 4 pages
The resource was opened in a new window. If you did not see a new window, please disable any pop-up blockers and try again.
Resources can be downloaded with a membership to either Goalbook Toolkit or Goalbook Pathways.
Goalbook Toolkit guides educators working with specialized student populations to vary the levels of instructional support. Goalbook Pathways combines research-based resources, strategies, and training so that educators can design multiple pathways for ALL students to succeed.
You must have an active membership to download resources. If you have membership through your school, contact your administrator about renewing your membership.
You have already used all of your available downloads for this month. If you believe this to be an error, please contact support below or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have any feedback about this page? Submit Feedback
Social Role Play
Role-play is a type of social support that helps students learn how to interact in typical social situations. With role-play, the students take turns practicing what to do in certain situations, such as initiating a conversation, playing a game or asking for help. Sometimes, the teacher initially models the proper
Social supports enhance students' skills in building relationships, responding to social cues and learning appropriate behaviors. For example, some students are particularly challenged with learning rules about social etiquette. These students may need help in order to identify non-verbal cues, understand facial expressions and express emotional needs when communicating with
Play-Related Print is an early literacy strategy in which a teacher intentionally promotes engagement with relevant environmental print materials within play centers in the classroom. To begin, a teacher thoughtfully integrates labels and related print materials into the classroom's play centers (e.g., restaurant menus in the dramatic play center, construction