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This digital and printable speech therapy activity with real photos is great for teaching pronouns, verbs, WH questions, simple sentences, and writing. Included are 10 pages of colored real photos with visual cues to elicit "who" is doing "what" "where". Some classroom teachers find this activity helpful to use as story starters and writing prompts. It is easy to download to any digital device or print and laminate. Also, you will also have access to the Easel activity - a ready-to-use interactive version of the PDF that has been created by the author. These activities are great for non- readers, teletherapy, mixed groups, and students with AAC needs.
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The fun easy to use activity targets the following skills:
*pronouns (he, she, they)
*vocabulary to participate in daily activities
*These photo scenes may be used for a variety of purposes such as asking and answering questions, conversation starters for students working on carryover of skills in articulation and fluency, sentence formulation and expansion, eliciting a language sample, etc.
*10 pages of colored REAL PHOTOS with visual cues (digital and printable) .
* Access to the Easel activity - a ready-to-use interactive version of the PDF
* Ask the question, “What is happening?” If needed, model the correct sentence
pointing to the cue shapes at the bottom of the page.
* If needed, use visuals to teach the pronouns he, she, and they.
*Use the Interactive Easel activity with your students. Directions are on the Easel
activity, and this could be digitally sent home to parents for practice and carryover.
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