File Folder Sentence Building Games | Speech Therapy SPED | Carnival Fair

Grade Levels
K - 2nd, Homeschool
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14 activities
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Yes, nonverbal and minimally verbal students with autism can build sentences to tell about carnival/fair rides and food! There are 14 different engaging, hands-on activities in this photo-filled set.

This activity-packed set with a carnival/fair/amusement park theme is a great way to prepare students for spring or summer field trips and family outings. There are so many ways to build language skills using visual supports:

  • label nouns and verbs.
  • build 3 kinds of sentences.
  • use spatial concepts in sentences.
  • use describing words in sentences.

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File Folder Sentence Activities- Outdoor Bundle

Activities include:

1. 2 file folder activities to build sentences using color-coded sentence frames. (people, actions, objects, descriptives, prepositions)

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

3. Play a sentence-building game.

4. 36 sentence building photo cards activity, each with 3 symbols to make sentences.

5. Make a matching symbol to photo file folder activity.

6. Make a sentence building file folder activity with the photo cards and sentence frames.

7. Sort food and rides using the like/dislike sorting boards in 2 versions.

8. Use the 'because' sentence frames to explain why they are liked or disliked.

9. Match the symbol pictures/photos of rides to the opposites descriptive vocabulary. (high-low, fun-scary, fast-slow, big-little, around-up & down, upside down- right side up.)

10. Use the 32 photo cards for discussions.

11. Use the descriptive sentence frames to tell about the symbol/photo rides and food.

12. Read the 2 interactive adapted books with both photos and clip art:

At the carnival! (eat or drink these foods)

Going on a Ride! (like/dislike the ride and tell how it makes you feel)

13. Complete the picture worksheets for varied categorization skills.

14. Complete the cut and glue worksheets to build picture sentences.

Here's the truth. If you use every activity in this set, it will take prep work since laminating symbols to use with minimally verbal students just goes like that. Try photocopying first to make it quick and easy!

Then you can print and laminate as needed, and use this thematic set for years. You won't find this many language-building activity choices to meet individualized needs in one packet for this population anywhere else!

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14 activities
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
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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