Categorize by Descriptor for Speech Therapy Autism

Susan Berkowitz
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  1. Understanding categorization of vocabulary is essential in teaching semantic relationships, and is a skill worked on in speech-language therapy frequently. This bundle of three of my categorization resources provides lots of practice for basic categories and categorizing by descriptors.Cool language
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Learning Objective

Students will be able to list members of descriptive categories.


If you're looking for a resource that will go beyond practicing simple, common categories, to include categorization by describing words (adjectives), then try this. Use a summer flower theme for lots of vocabulary fun!


❀ 24 flower centers with a descriptive term, each with 8 petals containing an item that belongs to the category.

❀ Put together the flowers by adding all the petals!

❀ Great way to practice thinking about vocabulary in different ways.

❀ Fun for speech therapy, language centers.

❀ For more practice with using descriptive words, try Folding Forms for Describing, Comparing, Contrasting

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