File Folder Games for Special Education | Picnic Sentence Activities

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  1. There’s a wealth of activities in this picture, symbol and photo supported bundle to increase functional communication skills for your special education students using core vocabulary for daily life activities. From single words to sentences, independent and interactive file folder activities, games
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Whether you are having a picnic or looking for activities for your picnic-themed books, this multi-activity symbol supported set will help your students with autism learn the language they need. It includes 2 adapted books, file folder activities, a sentence game, a sentence building photo activity, and cut/glue worksheets! Great for autism, verbally limited students, and AAC!

Sped teachers use file folder activities effectively, so why not SLPs? Now you can build language skills visually using file folders and develop literacy and play skills in the same packet! Be sure to check out the visual video preview to give you an idea of what you can do with this activity packed set!


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File Folder Sentence Activities- Outdoor Bundle


Activity Choices:

1- 2 file folder activities to build varied symbol sentences using color coded scripts

2- Build sentences using symbols to answer questions about the pictured activities.

3- Play a sentence building game.

4- 18 sentence building photo cards activity, each with 3 symbols to make sentences.

5- Read the interactive adapted books with both photos and clip art

- What do I Need for a Picnic? Label the picnic item in a repetitive phrase (I need __.)

- Going on a Picnic! Fill in missing sentence parts to tell the story of a picnic day.

6- Complete the picture worksheets for varied categorization skills.

What are happy buyers saying?

+ "Great resource! I've been looking for something to use with the Fisher Price picnic basket. This will be perfect!"

+ "Really cute and I like the different options provided. Nice for vocabulary practice each spring when we have a week-long picnic theme."

+ "My students are going to love these graphics and I love all the visuals."

Included are:

* 2 picnic scenes- one with kids and one with teddy bears.

* File folder activities with symbol pages for 3 or 4 symbol sentences.

* 20 face symbols (clip art matches the picture scenes.)

* 20 verb symbols (one page of 'eat' symbols.)

* 40 play items (clip art matches the picture scenes.)

* 20 spatial concept symbols.

* Game strips for 3 part sentences (Who+Action+What.)

* Game strips for 4 part sentences (Who+Action+spatial concept+What.)

* 18 photo cards for building sentences about picnics.

* 2 adapted books at varied levels with both clip art and photos:

What Do I Need for a Picnic?- 12 page book to fill in picnic foods.

Going on a Picnic!- 25 page book to fill in actions and spatial concepts.

* 4 cut/glue color coded symbol worksheets for making 3 part sentences.

* 7 picture worksheets for varied categorization skills.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use words and phrases acquired through conversations, reading and being read to, and responding to texts.
Produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities.
Understand and use question words (interrogatives) (e.g., who, what, where, when, why, how).
Produce complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation.


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