On the Farm with Basic Concepts

On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
On the Farm with Basic Concepts
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On the Farm with Basic Concepts is a general language development packet with a farm theme. Included are activities for receptive and expressive vocabulary and concepts including inferences, same/different, spatial relations, temporal relations, opposites, colors, and shapes.

This packet includes four token boards designed for use with a magnetic wand and chips. The token boards were designed to be used with the following vocabulary/language building activities. (They can also be used as token boards with any other activity).
The token boards include 20 farm related items and can be used as follows:
• Activity 1 – Have the students find the items as you name them.
• Activity 2 - Have the students name the items.
• Activity 3 – Use the included Farm Inferences sheet and have the students find the item described.

Additional Activity Sheets include:
• Same / Different – Use this worksheet to have the students show which animals are the same and which are different.
• Prepositions – Have the students show the farmer in each position described.
• Prepositions – Have the students state the position of the farmer.
• Colors – Have the students find the colors as you name them.
• Colors - Have students label the color of each tractor.
• Temporal Relations – Have the students demonstrate comprehension of the concepts first, last, before and after.
• Opposites – Have the students demonstrate comprehension of opposites (clean/dirty, tall/short, fat/thin, top/bottom, big/little, inside/outside).
• Opposites – Have the students use the correct opposite word to describe each picture.
• Shapes and Animals – Have the students demonstrate comprehension of shapes by showing the shape on request.
• Shapes and Animals – Have the students label shapes.
• Shapes and Animals - Have students label shapes in a sentence, i.e, “The pig is in an oval.”
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