Receptive, Expressive Language, and Articulation Packet (RELAP): FARM ANIMALS set
The contents of this preschool language packet include:
- 18 page booklet with pictures of 15 different farm animals. Research has proven that Young children with low level vocabulary and those with Apraxia demonstrate improved skills with simple repetition tasks. (Similar to books such as Brown Bear, Brown Bear (by Eric Carle). It will allow them to remember targeted vocabulary and practice 1-3 syllable words after a repetitive sentence starter. What do you see/ I see a _____).
- 2 easy farm craftivities (for a turkey and sheep): All you'll need is glue, cotton balls, or feathers.
- WH-Questions with picture choices (18 types of questions): Black and white with visual choices.
- Cariboo picture cards (Black and White & Color): To be used with the famous game or however you choose to use the cards).
- Farm Lotto (6 different pages for 1:1 or small group): Great Black and White Printable for reinforcement of all the animals used in the book for any area of speech/ language. Your students will just color and play as instructed in BINGO. Just print an additional page if you would like to cut out calling cards. This is great for noticing if your little ones can identify and/or describe farm vocabulary.
- “What’s in the Barn” articulation color and cut pages: /p, b, m, t, k, g, s/. My kids love to stuff their pictures, cards, etc. into stuff! Your kids can color and practice their targeted speech sounds on each hay bundle. Afterwards, they can cut the hay bundle out and place them in the barn. These worksheets are great for them to take home and practice.
- Farm Accompaniment/ Reinforcement Ideas for Therapy Sessions: Ideas to stretch your lesson out over 2 weeks (4 sessions).
- Animal Labeling/ Identification Progress Monitoring Chart: Typical goals for most of my preschoolers working on vocabulary in themes revolve around them being able to identify and describe a certain amount of things over a course of time (4 out of 5 trials/ 3 out of 5 trials). This is a quick, streamlined way for me to keep data of what they actually know. I sometimes lay each color picture out on the table and either ask them to identify what has been spoken or label. You can use the WH picture cards or related prompts to gather information as well.
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