Students with language disorders need lots of repetition of skills to become competent. In this resource you can work on a variety f language targets with Fall themed activities.
• There are 36 Fall vocabulary cards and 18 antonyms cards. Use them for card games, flash cards, or visual cues.
• There are 16 pages of describing and defining activities with both text and symbol supports. Some examples are provided. This includes compare/contrast activities as well.
• Interactive flaps are provided for describing with adjectives. There are different flap templates for describing pumpkin and apple pies, for pumpkins and apples, as well as acorns.
• There are 3 scenes with 12 directions cards for each (36 cards in all) and 4 pages of pictures of items to be placed in the scenes, per the directions.
• There are 3 sequences (making a pie and carving a pumpkin); each differentiated with more or fewer pictures, and 2 life cycles (apple and pumpkin) to color and complete.
• Students are asked to tell a narrative about either the sequence itself (how-to) or about a time when they participated in the activity (personal narrative) or to make up a story using the pictures (fictional narrative).
• Guidelines are provided for narrative structures.
• There is an interactive book with a short making a pie sequence; have students match the text and illustrations to the relevant image. Have students re-tell the sequence when they are done with the book.
• There are 3 Fall scenes, each comes with a page (or 2) of Wh-questions to ask.
• A data chart is provided.
• There are 2 short stories (1 paragraph each), with Wh-questions afterwards. • After students answer the questions, have them re-tell the story.
You might like my language resources for other seasons:
Answering Questions About Winter
and Everything Spring