Colorful semantics is a way to expand and organize sentences.
I have had success using this program with students who are on the Autism spectrum, students who are mentally impaired, students who have learning disabilities, students who have language disorders, and students who are English Language Learners. The systematic way of teaching sentence structure, grammar and organization seems to really click and they can immediately apply what they have learned across the curriculum.
This product contains signs that can be displayed within your class to remind students about the sections needed to write a complete sentence. I provided two DESCRIBE signs. The original color is purple but I use pink more often since it is easier to find other products to assist in practicing in that color.
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