------- Categorizing MORE Words- An ELA Concept Adapted Book for Autism Units or Early Elementary!------
Do you need a fun and easy way to work on language arts with students in an interactive way? Are you wanting meaningful work stations, centers, or task box items for students with Autism or in an early elementary classroom? This is the perfect follow up to Categorizing Words and ANOTHER great resource to meet your needs!
Categorizing MORE Words
provides students with the perfect interactive language arts center or small group assessment activity! It targets identifying words and determining the category it belongs in.
This activity will allow you to work with students on English Concepts with:
--> 12 Pages of Book Pages/Questions in Full Color
--> 12 Full Color Visual Responses Icons
--> Directions for Assembly
--> Categories include: Colors, Insects, Vegetables, Playground Equipment, Cleaning Supplies, Fruit, At the Beach, Winter Clothing, Animals, Sports, Birds, and Kitchen Utensils.
This activity is perfect for self-contained teachers, speech pathologists, or support staff!
Check out all of the ELA Concept Books: Initial Sounds
, Initial Letter Sounds
, Rhyming Pairs
, Compound Words
, Categorizing Words
, and Categorizing MORE Words
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