BOOM Cards | Speech-Language Therapy | Categories | What Belongs Places

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Can you find what belongs in these colorful picture scenes? Just click on ALL of the objects or actions that fit the category. No reading required once you understand the directions.

Are you looking for engaging ways to work on categorizing skills in teletherapy or distance learning? This fun picture-packed set has students clicking on all of the objects that belong in each scene and multiple actions you can do in each place!

The 'click submit' feature allows you to control the activity pace so you can label the vocabulary, identify where the place is, and talk about why each item does or doesn't belong.

The 10 card play means that your students will get a different variety every time they play! This lets you easily re-use each deck before you assign it for fun carryover practice at home.

Try the FREE 4 slide preview to see how fun interactive learning is!

The categories are:

Objects: toys, zoo animals, fruit, things in a garage, vegetables, tools, cold foods, ocean animals, pets, things at a circus, things at the beach, furniture, things at a bowling alley, things in a kitchen, things in a laundry room, vehicles on the road, and transportation in the air.

Actions you can do: at school, to play outside, in the snow, in a laundry room, at the pool, in a playground, on a field, in a forest, on a bus, in a kitchen, in the lunchroom, and on a river.

Plus: Who goes to the hospital.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Sort words into categories (e.g., colors, clothing) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories represent.
Sort common objects into categories (e.g., shapes, foods) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories represent.


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