This product teaches 40 categories (10 unique arrays with 4 categories featured in each array).
Use these arrays in a variety of ways to target receptive or expressive language. To target receptive language put an array in front of your student and ask them to find items within a specific category (i.e., point to the fruits, point to the clothing, point to the holidays). Target expressive language by asking your student to name items in a category (i.e., name 4 tools, name 4 shapes, name 4 things you see in the sky). Use the array as a visual prompt to assist your student. You can also name four items in the array (i.e., circle, star, square, triangle) and then ask your student to name the category.
These arrays can also be used for a variety of other speech and language tasks:
Use to target rapid naming of items to target processing skills.
Students describe an object and have other students guess from the array
Build vocabulary by having students simply point to an item and you name it and then
have them name an item and you point to it.
Build silly stories by putting out multiple arrays. Have students close their eyes and point to a picture and then create a sentence based on that item.
Use to target describing object function (i.e., wear a shirt, read a letter, drive a car, sleep in a bed)