Christmas Object Function Task Cards for Speech Therapy | What Questions
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This set of Christmas Object Function questions cards includes two questions about each Christmas-themed object ("What is a ___ for?" and "What do you use to ____?"). This allows the student to work on both verbs and nouns.
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There a total of 20 Object Function speech therapy question cards in this set.
The use of visuals and low-distraction backgrounds are ideal for students on the autism spectrum or any young learner. Please note that this is a printable PDF product that can also be used on Easel.
Each Christmas Object Function Question Card includes:
· A written question
· A large picture related to the question to increase comprehension
· Three visual answer choices paired with written words
These cards utilize Picture Communication Symbols® (PCS/Boardmaker symbols), which are familiar to many special education students, especially those who use AAC.
To use: Print and cut each page in half on the black line. I typically laminate as well.
Ideas for Differentiation:
• Cover the three answer choices as you read the question aloud to your student with the visual aid picture (large picture) visible. If your student is able, s/he may answer without choices.
• If not, uncover the three answer choices and read the options aloud as you point to each one.
• If this is too difficult, only uncover two or one choice to start (or offer a prompt such as a gesture or verbal prompt)
• Some students find the activity more engaging if they can use a dry erase marker to circle their answers.
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