Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!

Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
Speech Therapy Object Function Identify and make sentence Visual!
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This “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. This is done in a visual and progressive way.

Starts with a matching activity, where child matches the object
to the function. Then, there is a set of sentence strips formatted
“A (object) is for (function).” and finally there is another set
of corresponding sentence strips formatted “A (object) is for
(blank).” (for carryover).

I put the sentence strips on a book ring for easy access and use.

This kit comes with:
4 pages of object-function matching.
40 object-function sentence strips “A (object) is for (function).”
40 object-function sentence strips “A (object) is for ______.”

Preparation:
You will need: Cardstock paper, laminate, 2 book rings.
Print the activity pages. Laminate them.
Cut the sentence strips. Punch a hole in them (for book ring).
Put the “A (object) is for (function)” sentence strips on a book
ring.
Put the “A (object) is for _____” sentence strip on a book ring.
Use:
I start with the matching pages, using a dry-erase marker (and wet paper towel to erase it).
After this, I have the child read through the sentence strips “A (object) is
(function)”.
When child is able to do the first two activities above, then I have him/her read the last set of sentence strips “A (object) is for ______.”

A very simple to use yet effective activity!



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