Object Function for Speech Therapy - 40 objects

Object Function for Speech Therapy - 40 objects
Object Function for Speech Therapy - 40 objects
Object Function for Speech Therapy - 40 objects
Object Function for Speech Therapy - 40 objects
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This is to help children to learn about functions of different objects, for example: the key, the chair, the hammer... There are 40 objects all together.

What do you do with a key?

What do we do with scissors?

What are socks for?

What does a car do?

What is a hammer for?

What is chapstick for?

What are shoes for?

What is a spoon for?

What do you do with a comb?

What do you do with a telephone?

What do you do with a ball?

What do you do with a book?

What do you do with a pencil?

What do you do with milk?

What do you do with a ladder?

What do you do with crayons?

What do you do with a broom?

What do you do with a paintbrush?

What does a doorbell do?

What do you do with soap?

What do you do with a cup?

What does shampoo do?

What do you do with a vacuum?

What do you do with camera?

What is a bed for?

What do you do with an apple?

What is a hat for?

What do you do with an oven?

What do you do with a bike?

What do you do with a chair?

What do you do with a washcloth?

What is a coat for?

What does a seatbelt do?

What does a lamp do?

What do you do with a napkin?

What do you do with tape?

What do you do with a watering can?

What are sunglasses for?

What do you do with a necklace?

Object-Function:
‘’What is It For?”
This activity was designed to teach students to identify the function of an object and express it into a sentence.

Object function is a very important speech therapy term. It links a verb to an object. This means that we are linking a function or verb to an item. This is a very big and necessary step in language development.

It is the fact that we see many children can name a lot of different items (nouns), but they don't use verbs. With this activity, you help the children to learn to use the verbs and take their language to a next level.


Level 1: Starts with a matching activity, where child matches the object to the function. You help the children to know the nouns and the verbs.

For example:

An apple - to eat
A pencil - to write

Level 2: Make the 2 different forms of sentences:

For example:

‘’A bed’’

What is a bed for?
What do we sleep on?


Level 3: Answer the questions, using the cards.

Level 4: Answer the questions, but not using the cards.

Level 5: Use the real items: real apple, real pencil… and put this activity into the real life. Ask a question whenever you do something, and whenever you see any object. Please remember to practice with lots of repetition.

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