Extra Learning OpportunitiesExtra Learning Opportunities (ELOs) consist of any unscheduled trial you perform withyour chil...
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Extra learning opportunities

  1. 1. Extra Learning OpportunitiesExtra Learning Opportunities (ELOs) consist of any unscheduled trial you perform withyour child. They can occur in the booth, during transitions (booth to bathroom, music tosnack, etc.), in the bathroom, at snack, or in the playroom. Here are some examples ofbehaviors: • In the booth: o Quiet Hands (ex: “_____, quiet hands.” Response. “Good job!”) o Look at me o What color? (ex. when playing with cars in the booth) o Where’s your tummy? • During transitions (walking around the classroom): o Let’s walk (ex: “_____, let’s walk.” Child walks a few steps. “Great job!” You can pair this with a toy.) o Say, “It’s time for _____” (snack, music, speech, gym, etc.) • In the playroom: o Say, ‘ball’ (ex: “_____, say ‘ball’.” Child says, ‘ball.’ “Way to go!”) o Go down the slide o Throw me the ball o Put the toys in the bucket • Anything extra you come up with while working with your childNote: • All ELOs are reinforced, whether the child is prompted or not to respond correctly

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