This “hands on” program has been created to provide a structured layout for teaching spatial concepts and prepositional phrases. Ready to print and go for immediate intervention! This has been created for speech language pathologists, special education teachers, early childhood teachers, and parents!
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3 levels of instruction hierarchy, 12 spatial concepts addressed, 52 picture scenes in color and b/w for hands on opportunities to manipulate mini erasers, mini objects, etc. There are also instructions for 3 different printing sizes. Talk Box size is included in separate file. *This resource is a zip file.
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- When introducing a new concept to a child, it is important to start with each concept individually. The following concepts are presented separately: up, down, in, out, on, off, above, below, over, under, next to, between. : teaching poster, phrase/sentence visual, 4 picture scenes.
- The spatial concepts have been grouped by opposites. It is important for a child’s language development to understand how each spatial concept has an opposite. The following concepts have been grouped: up/down, in/out, on/off, above/below, over/under, next to/between.: interactive teaching poster, picture scene with 8 prompts, open ended visual scene for expressive language
- Once the child has demonstrated the ability to follow directions and verbally describe opposite spatial concepts, introduce the mixed concepts. There are 8 scenes with 5 mixed concepts prompts. To address expressive language: use the open ended visual scenes. Place an object on the picture and have the child tell you where it is.
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