Thank you for purchasing this lesson from The Whimsical Word, Inc. This lesson was designed for use on a teletherapy platform, however, it can be displayed on an iPad, SMART Board or laptop with ease. It can also be printed, laminated and used in face-to-face tabletop sessions. Reuse this lesson over and over again.
Targeted objects include: sun, rainbow, rabbit, tulip, grill, garden, chalk, umbrella, scooter, sunglasses, nest, blueberries, ice cream, flip flops, lemonade, skateboard, spring tree, wheelbarrow, duck, and clouds.
HOW TO USE:
Present each object and its accompanying graphic organizer. Read the sentence provided. Help your student generate additional, more age appropriate adjectives to describe the targeted noun. A helpful list of spring adjectives has been provided if you need help!
Once the graphic organizer is complete with adjectives, use those adjectives to create a longer, more descriptive sentence (i.e.; "The pink rabbit is fluffy, chubby and quick"). Your students will LOVE seeing their sentences grow in meaning and length. You can even generate a small paragraph given the descriptions you have generated.