Speech Therapy Visual Prompt for describing objects such as animals, food, furniture, transportation, etc. You can use these visuals with picture cards or actual objects. Works well with students with autism, language delays, attention deficit, and in the special education classroom. There are two visuals included:
The first visual prompts for things like animals, furniture, and many other things:
--- color, location (where?), size, shaped like ___, sound, parts, Made of __, Category.
The other prompt is designed for describing food:
--- color, size, shaped like ___, taste, feels like ___, parts, smell category
The next two prompts are the same as the previous two, except there are NO WORDS. These are to be used when the student is familiar with and mastered the visuals WITH THE WORDS.
The goal is to move away from the visual support altogether, so hopefully, these visuals can be faded eventually.