Learning and Sharing

Making Comments

on March 29, 2014



It is important that we make a comment or ask a question when someone says something to us.  When we make comments, we show the other person that we are interested in them and what they have to say.  It helps to keep the conversation going.  If a friend asks a question or makes a statement and all she hears is crickets, then she will probably give her attention to someone else.  There will be a conversation breakdown.  Many of my students have IEP goals that address conversation breakdowns, showing interest, and demonstrating joint attention with the group’s conversation.


Making Comments Bingo, another wonderful activity from Kids Codes: Helping Kids Figure It Out, gives students a fun way to practice responding to others with  appropriate comments.







Check out KID CODES: Helping Kids Figure It Out at


Stay dry this weekend!

My Best,







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