This activity packet comes with 6 pages of cute and attention grabbing pictures for receptive language practice. You are free to print off as many of each page as you need to work with your students. Remember to have each teacher purchase their own copy of this packet.
I used these materials with my preschool students who are working on following directions and increasing their receptive vocabulary to include attributes and quantitative/qualitative concepts. I would print these pages off in color (because some of the concepts include color words), attach them to tag board and then laminate them.
There are a variety of ways you can use these pages such as:
1. have your student circle or underline the described object
2. use clothes pins to clip on the described object
3. use bingo chips to put on the described object
4. switch roles and have the student describe an object to you
There are many ways in which to use these pages to elicit language and to practice receptive language skills.
I hope your students enjoy this activity.