Ipod Categories is a free download developed by Jenna Rayburn, MA, CCC-SLP from Speech Room News. Comprehension of categories is an important skill in vocabulary development and language processing. Student who understand semantic relationships are able to explain why objects and vocabulary items have salient features. Ipod categories is a game that let's children name items for categories listed on the ipod they select. Watch out for the broken screens!
Great, loved having a few blanks as I'm in England, so there are a few spelling differences - I was able to make my own to reflect English spellings. Great for my older kids - resources tend to be so early years focused! :)
April 25, 2013
Great way to relate to middle schoolers....iPods/iPads! Anything with a technology theme will keep their interest!
Love this! This will be perfect for my students :)
December 3, 2012
My kids love this activity...of course they wish they could have real iPods.
November 27, 2012
Love your stuff!
November 26, 2012
Girl, I don't know how you do what you do! Thank you so, so much for sharing your cute materials! I want to be able to do such fun and exciting lessons for my kiddos, but I just feel like I have too many groups to be able to plan so much for each one, every time. How on earth do you do it? Any tips? You so inspire me to be a better SLP!
I am absolutely fascinated by you, Jenna. You have the best ideas! I love your blog, pins and materials. This has been a fun year for Occupational Therapy. Can't wait to see what you come up with next!
November 25, 2012
Cindy L Meester
Excellent materials and sooo useful!
November 21, 2012
My kiddos new favorite game! I don't just have them list items from the category though. I list them and they guess the category name! They LOVE it!
November 14, 2012
I love all your materials - wish I had another full day to print, cut, and laminate them all! Keep up the great work and thanks for sharing all of your wonderful ideas!
November 8, 2012
Thanks for this freebie...can't wait to try it with my students!
November 3, 2012
Love your blog and materials. It coincides nicely with our classroom themes and makes planning so much easier. How do you find time to create so many new materials?!