Speech Therapy Questions - WH Questions Attributes Object Function with Visuals

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This activity is really good for my students with severe disabilities. We work on communication all the time and having the pictures to answer for my nonverbal students is great.
I absolutely LOVE this resource. I use it all the time. The kids know that this is how we "warm up" for speech and I use it for goal data as well. It is by far one of my used resources.

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    This Speech Therapy Questions Bundle includes WH questions, identifying attributes cards, simple inferences, and object function questions.

    When you buy these resources as a bundle, you save 20%!

    **Note: This resource is included in my Early Language MEGA Bundle at an even bigger discount!**

    Each task card set incorporates lots of visuals, so they are ideal for both verbal and non-verbal students. I have used these products with pre-k/k students as well as special education students, including students on the autism spectrum.

    This bundle includes:

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    Each task card includes:

    • A written question (for inferences there are also 3-4 short sentences containing “clues”)
    • A large picture related to the question to increase comprehension
    • Three picture answer choices paired with written words

    To use: Print and then cut each page in half on the black line. I typically print on cardstock and laminate OR I print on regular paper and laminate with thick lamination pouches.

    Ideas for Differentiation:

    • Cover the three answer choices as you read the question aloud to your student with the visual aid picture (large picture) visible. If your student is able, s/he may answer verbally or using his/her AAC device without choices.
    • If not, uncover the three answer choices and read the options aloud as you point to each one.
    • If this is too difficult, only uncover two or one choice to start (or offer a prompt such as a gesture or verbal prompt)
    • To make this more challenging, read the questions without showing visual supports and only show visuals as needed.

    Here's what educators are saying about this resource :

    • "I absolutely LOVE this resource. I use it all the time. The kids know that this is how we 'warm-up' for speech and I use it for goal data as well. It is by far one of my used resources."

    • "This resource is fantastic! This bundle targets many of my students' goals! The visuals are amazing and the variety of stimuli keep my students engaged and on their toes. I plan on sending mini packets home with my students for further practice. This bundle was a great find :)"

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