Once a child has been identified as a student with a learning disability, it can be tough for the IEP team to come to agreement on IEP goals. After all, depending on the disability, the child may have needs in reading, writing, vocabulary and much more.

And, reading is so much more than reading. It’s decoding, it’s phonemic awareness, fluency and increasing vocabulary. It is with hesitation that I am providing a list of suggestions for vocabulary IEP goals.

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