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Language Activity Sort and Tell by Feature for Speech Therapy

Susan Berkowitz
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  1. Build receptive and expressive language skills are during routines and every day activities. These are times that are familiar to the students, that happen frequently, and that proceed in the same sequence with the same language every time. They provide multiple opportunities to learn and practice l
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Combine independent visual skills folders activities with speech and language skills of describing an explaining. Add language skills to the visual sorting task by having students tell what they are doing and why. Great for building simple and complex language for describing.

For example:

Have students describe the common feature of the buttons in each jar.

• Have students tell why they are putting a specific button in any given jar.

• Have students describe the fish in each pond

• Have students tell which category or size is represented in a given sorting mat.

• There are multiple activities for each sorting activity type.

Sorting opportunities include:

*Color, size, shape, and/or patterns

*Number of button holes


Try my other describing activities, such as:

Describe, Compare, Contrast

Listening to Descriptions

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