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- This is a bundle of resources that I most commonly use with upper elementary students working on language goals in speech therapy. It contains a variety of worksheets, visuals, and task cards that address frequently targeted upper elementary language skills. The skills targeted include following dir$25.00$31.00Save $6.00
This resource will help your students learn and practice their compare and contrast skills. It includes introduction materials for initially teaching the concept of comparing & contrasting two items, places, or people. There are also 36 worksheets included to practice comparing and contrasting, split up into 5 different levels of difficulty. All of the pictures used in this resource are real photos. (There are no pictures for levels 4 and 5)
The following items are included in this resource:
1. Introduction to Comparing and Contrasting with Models
2. Comparing Two Items Level 1 (7 worksheets)
This beginning level has diagrams with a word bank of qualities to compare. Cut out the words at the bottom, determine which item (or both) the description fits and place it in the correct space to complete the diagram. Then write the correct word to complete the sentences in the paragraph at the bottom of the page.
3. Comparing Two Items Level 2 (5 worksheets)
This intermediate level has diagrams with fill-in-the-blanks, but no word bank. Write in a word that makes sense to complete the sentence. Then write complete sentences to answer the two questions at the bottom of the page about how the items are alike and different.
4. Comparing Two Items Level 3 (10 worksheets)
This level includes a diagram with a two different pictured objects, but no fill-ins. The student must identify similarities and differences and complete the diagram independently. Then formulate a paragraph at the bottom of the page comparing the two items.
5. Comparing Two Items Level 4 (4 worksheets)
This advanced level includes a completely empty diagram and directions for the student to fill in the diagram to compare two specified items. By this level, the student should be able to draw a diagram independently and formulate a short paragraph comparing the two items.
6. Comparing Two Items From a Text Level 5 (10 worksheets)
This final level requires your student to read a short passage and then complete a diagram and write a sentence about how the items are similar and different.
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