BY: SLP HELPS - Stephanie Tarrant Martin
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VOCABULARY GO-TOGETHER mats are ideal for vocabulary development but also provide experiences for your students to compare/contrast, describe, relate, infer, form opinions, take perspective AND MORE. These tasks will assist in permanent retention of learned vocabulary.
Two examples of tasks in this product are:
HOUSEHOLD VOCABULARY GO-TOGETHER SHEETS: In addition to the obvious answers, things can go together because they have the same…………
Color – e.g. The comb and the soap are both pink
Function – e.g. The blender and the mixer both grind up/mix food
Location - e.g. The pot and the dishwasher are both found in the kitchen
Composition – e.g. The bucket and the hair dryer are both made out of plastic
Accessories – e.g. The mop and the towels go with soap
Size – The broom and the mop are both tall
Parts – e.g. The flashlight and the lamp both need a bulb
Category – e.g. Dish cloth and dust pan are both cleaning supplies
HABITAT VOCABULARY GO-TOGETHER SHEETS: Have the students identify what characteristics/attributes animals need to have to live in each specific habitat.
Choose an animal and ask questions such as:
Why is a _______________(e.g. tiger) well suited for the ______________ (e.g. jungle) habitat?
Why isn’t a _____________(e.g. zebra) be well suited for the _______________(e.g. arctic) habitat?
Which habitats could a ___________ (e.g. bear) live in? Why? (encourage creativity with sensibility)
How might a ___________ (e.g. gazelle) feel in the _________________(e.g. desert) habitat?
This product will be useful for subject areas such as Speech Therapy, Speech/Language Pathology, Life Skills, Special Education, ESL, ELL, ELD, Language, Language Arts, Common Core State Standards CCSS, and many more.
Thanks so much for downloading “VOCABULARY GO-TOGETHERS”. I hope this download saves you thinking time, organizing time, money, and helps with intervention planning!
If you have any questions please send an email to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a GREAT day!
Stephanie Tarrant Martin, Ph.D.
Speech/Language Pathologist - CCC
Audiologist – CCC
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