Updated: Now includes 50 pages of activities, all with pictures! These are no prep, which means you can just print and go, no laminating or cutting necessary. They are great for non-readers because every page includes picture choices/visuals. They also make great homework worksheets.
Many category topics are addressed in this pack, including: Sorting in categories of varying levels, naming categories, identifying what doesn't belong, describing similarities and differences, comparing and contrasting,
The worksheets have a variety of category activities for a wide range of abilities. Many different categories and sub-categories are addressed (animals [farm, ocean, zoo, pets], food [dessert, lunch, dairy, fruits, etc.], body parts, clothing, house items [living room, bathroom, outdoor, etc.], toys, transportation [air, water, land]).
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Pages 4-14 Sorting Categories
Pages 15-22 Category Spin (Identifying activity)
Pages 23-26 Coloring Categories (Identifying activity)
Page 27-29 What Doesn't Belong Level 1
Pages 30-32 What Doesn't Belong Level 2
Page 33-39 Naming Categories
Pages 40-44 Similarities & Differences (describing items)
Pages 45-50 Compare & Contrast (describing, comparing, contrasting)
*updated 8/20 to include 6 new sorting pages
*updated 1/29 with 4 season-related pages and optional No Prep cover page for printing booklet-style
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Your students can use stampers or colors/markers with these activities. A few of the pages require glue and scissors, the rest do not. Could be great for use in Speech Therapy or Special Education room.
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Keywords: Categories, Language, Language Concepts, What doesn't belong, Similiarities and Differences, Compare and Contrast, Non readers, Visuals, No Prep, Print and go, Autism, Speech Therapy, Special Education, Pediatric Speech Therapy, School Speech Therapy, Homework, Worksheets, Print and go
Creator does not claim material is treatment in and of itself. The material is simply meant to supplement learning as a tool that can be used by a professional if he or she chooses, and to be used in a manner that he or she chooses.