Speech Therapy Fall Activity with Visuals | Favorite Things | Autism | AAC

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Looking for a fun, fall speech and language activity? Students can create a Fall-themed Favorite Things Booklet using visual choices. It encourages sharing opinions with peers for students who benefit from visuals. (Plus, it can be differentiated for many levels, making it perfect for speech groups!)

(Psst . . . this resource is part of my Fall Language Bundle and my Early Language MEGA Bundle at a big discount!)

As an SLP, I have used “favorite things booklets” in small groups as well as in 1:1 sessions, particularly with students on the autism spectrum. It is a great way to have students share opinions with peers!

Set Up: Just cut the pages apart and staple on the side to make booklets for each student. The final pages are visual choices for each question.

Included: There are five "fall favorite things" pages plus a cover. Questions include favorite fall food, drink, activity, clothes, and treat. There are 5 visual choices per question.

Here are a few suggestions for differentiation:

• Read the question and choices aloud and have the student touch his choice. Help the student glue on his answer.

• OR have the student touch her choice, glue it, and then have the student repeat the word after you model it (verbally or via AAC).

• OR help the student read the question and/or label the choices as able. Have the student glue on the item and then write his answer next to the picture.

• OR after going over the question, show the student the visual choices but have her write the item and draw a picture instead of gluing the picture.

• OR after presenting the question, see if the student can generate an answer himself. If not offer verbal suggestions and finally visual choices.

In a small group setting, some students might be gluing answers while others will be writing/drawing!

Extend the activity by having each student present one of his favorite things to the group!

Related Products:

4 Seasons Bundle: Favorite Things Booklets with Visuals

Winter Favorite Things Booklet with Visuals

Summer Favorite Things Booklet with Visuals

Apples Activities Bundle

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