Note: This activity set is 20% off on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 for the Teletherapy Toolbox Tuesday sale.
Are you a super busy SLP who doesn't have time to print and make a million copies?
Introducing NO PRINT Categories. This product features both an expressive and receptive activity. The expressive and receptive activities are separated into different files for easy access.
This NO PRINT document is interactive to engage your students in learning all about categories! It's perfect for those of you working in teletherapy!
• A total of 25 categories
• One worksheet included for student engagement or ease of SLP data keeping
• A total of 30 categories
Pictures are included for young learners who cannot read.
Product set up:
Download the products and save in iBooks (on the iPad) or as a document on your computer or tablet. Simply open the file, and you are ready to go.
Use of the product:
• Discuss the overall purpose of the product with the student.
★ Receptive categories asks a student to receptively identify (pointing to) the object in a given category.
★ Expressive categories asks a student to verbally identify three objects that belong to a category.
• When a student makes a choice, instruct him or her to push the picture or use a mouse to click the choice if using a computer. The product will automatically forward to a slide showing if the answer is correct or if the student should try again.
• If the student answers correctly, click/push the “next” button to move to the next item.
• If the student answers incorrectly, he or she can try again. Click or push the “try again” button to go back to the original page.
• Continue using the product until the last page.
Please download the preview to ensure this meets the needs of your students.
NOTE: The preview does NOT contain links allowing you to move from page to page. It simply showcases some slides included in the download so that you can get a general sense of the product.
Please be sure to visit Breanna's Speech Blog
for more activities and for a peek into my speech room.
Graphics: Creative Clips by Krista Wallden