Yummy, Yummy in the tummy! Here are 44 food vocabulary picture cards to use in therapy. The following vocabulary is included: pancakes, bacon, donut, cereal, egg, muffin, cinnamon roll, jelly toast, hamburger, nachos, yogurt, pie, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, taco, grilled cheese sandwich, hotdog, pizza, chicken, macaroni & cheese, spaghetti and meatballs, potato chips, popcorn, french fries, pretzel, chocolate chip cookie, chocolate candy bar, cake, cupcake, ice cream cone, popsicle, ice cream sandwich, ice cream, apple, banana, cherry, grapes, strawberry, watermelon, orange, pear, carrot, broccoli, corn and cucumber.
You can use these cards for:
Describing (tell 2, 3, 4 facts): When given pictured food vocabulary (muffin, pizza, etc.), Student will define the word by providing 3 important details (category, function/what we do with it, what it’s made of/composition, etc.) on ___% of opportunities using an organizer/visual prompts as needed.
Identifying: When shown 3 pictured food vocabulary words, Student will identify the word by its definition/description on ___% of opportunities.
Recall: After being shown 3, 4, 5 pictured food vocabulary cards with each one labeled aloud, Student will recall the missing vocabulary card on ___% of opportunities when one is removed.
Sentence Formulation: Given a pictured food vocabulary word, Student will use the word to produce a complete and grammatically correct sentence on 80% of opportunities.
Phonological Awareness: Identify number of syllables, identify initial sound, identify final sound, etc.
Games: Make 2 copies and play Memory or Go Fish.
I have also included 4 blank cards that you can write on to add your own food vocabulary. These cards are great for speech therapy language groups but can also be used to address carryover of articulation, voice and fluency skills.
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