Fall Receptive Language Vocabulary Practice: WH Questions Feature Function Class
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- Expand your students' receptive language skills with this BUNDLE of seasonal vocabulary. These feature function class vocabulary resources are the perfect addition to your classroom to help your students with language disorders. This bundle was designed to expand your students’ receptive language voPrice $14.00Original Price $16.00Save $2.00
Do you need purposeful receptive vocabulary resources? This fall-themed receptive language set is a combination of reusable activities (file folders, sorting mats) and worksheets (e.g., color by function) that can be used for students to practice expanding their receptive vocabulary beyond simply naming items.
Perfect for your feature function class instruction, this resource is packed with fun fall themed print-and-go reusable materials. Your students will practice identifying items by characteristics / features (e.g., color, size), function or its use, and category or class that it belongs to. These engaging materials are perfect for practicing wh-questions with new materials in ABA and speech therapy as well as in the special ed. classroom.
Included in this receptive language fall-themed set for a feature function class…
- 1 file folder for matching associated items (e.g., nail to hammer)
- 1 set of sorting activities by class/category with a model with up to 5 categories
- 1 set of sorting activities by class/category without a model with up to 7 categories--can be used with Velcro or as clothespin cards
- 5 print-and-go sheets that students color parts by associated items
- 5 print-and-go sheets that students color by category pictures
- 5 print-and-go color by feature, function and class sheets to be used in direct instruction
- 10 black and white print and go sheets that students use bingo markers or stickers to identify multiple items with specific features, functions or class
- 10 color sheets that can be reused with chips or coins to cover multiple items by specified feature, function, or class (similar to the black and white but with items rearranged or sometimes substituted
This set of receptive vocabulary materials can be used in multiple ways depending on how they are constructed. They are designed to provide a variety of ways for special education students and early learners to practice receptive vocabulary skills beyond just naming items and responding to wh-questions.
❤️You will LOVE that these receptive vocabulary worksheets help to provide data through the work product of the student's mastery of the skill / concept.
Using a fall theme with apples and pumpkins, this combination of print-and-go and reusable materials is great for…
✅ Early learners
✅ ABA programs
✅ Discrete trials
✅ Speech therapy
Watch as your students demonstrate mastery using the color-by-function or color-by-feature worksheets. Your students will also gain independence as they work through these receptive language resources and practice wh-questions.
✅Please see the preview for a cross listing of these materials with specific items from common curricula / assessments including…
- The STAR: Strategies for Teaching Based on Autism Research
- The ABLLS-R: Assessment of Basic Language and Learning-Revised
- The VB-MAPP: Verbal Behavior-Milestones Assessment and Placement Planning
- The PEAK: Promoting the Emergence of Advanced Knowledge
What teachers are saying about his feature function class?
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Very useful packet for following directions and expanding vocabulary.” - Susan Z.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I love the variety of fall activities offered in this resource. It is helpful that it is aligned to the VB-Mapp Milestones.” - Laura M.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I loved the autumn theme throughout the different activities! This resource was a great way to build my student's receptive language skills in an engaging manner. After practicing these skills, the students obtained an increased ability in comprehending the targeted skills!” - Lindsey E.
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