Interactive home school link book - moondog, sign etc and ithers

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HairyMaclary Wed 19-Aug-15 08:03:51

Hi, I haven't been on these boards for a few months, trying RL (and the camping threads!). However I remember a while ago there was an interactive homeschool link book that I'm sure some of you had introduced to your achos with great success, I think not originally came from Moondog but I think signand .... and others used it.

Does anyone have a copy? I'd really, really appreciate it!

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HairyMaclary Thu 27-Aug-15 19:02:00

I posted this in the middle of the last DDoS attack so thought I'd repost. Does anyone have a book that works well?

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signandsingcarols Thu 27-Aug-15 19:19:12

sorry, only just now back on and catching up. think I may still have the template I made for ds's book. pm me an email and if I have I will email it to you, it is based on the amazing moondog's work (we are not worthy etc etc) grin but I think I made it one page a day instead of a double page.

It worked well when the school were 'on board' less so when they weren't so I think explaining it's use as a speech and language tool as well as info thingy really helped. our SLT did an standardised test, can't remember which one... (sorry) that told school what sort of questions to use with it, (moondog if you are out there you might be able to answer that?)

anyway it was good while it lasted (we are HE now in case you didn't know).

HairyMaclary Thu 27-Aug-15 19:31:03

Aah thank sign, will PM you.

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hazeyjane Fri 28-Aug-15 09:52:57

can I ask what it is?

I am struggling with getting school to write in the home book, and when they do it is fairly useless stuff.

I need to get something better sorted, because now ds has an AAC device, I need to be programming in grids for the next day, and need school to communicate what they want me to put in

thankyou smile

Asleeponasunbeam Tue 01-Sep-15 06:56:25

Would you mind if I PMd you for a template please? I'm a teacher and looking for a useul way to structure home-school communication.

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