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Are you looking for adapted materials for helping teach concepts to students with language disorders? This resource provides picture and text based learning for the vocabulary and language of the shapes, spatial/locative/quantitative/qualitative concepts, numbers, and objects used in Math.
It is useful for speech-language therapy and special education.
Included are words and symbols for shapes, numbers, quantitative concepts. and words for spatial locations.
1. An interactive book: Where is it? for prepositions
2. Vocabulary matching picture to word; prepositions
3. Vocabulary cards for a variety of drill & game formats, as well as interactive notebook pockets and a sorting mat for sorting the spatial concepts. Cards are provided symbol and label, symbol only, text only
4. Visual scenes for following directions by descriptive concept and/or spatial concepts
5. Task/game cards (12) for answering Wh questions with a preposition
1. There is a mini-book for shape words and concepts,
2. Activities for finding shapes in common objects,
3. An interactive book about finding shapes in foods,
4. Vocabulary picture cards for shapes & sizes, with and without labels, and label cards for matching,
5. 12 different tic-tac-toe cards for practicing vocabulary terms.
1. Includes an interactive book for quantitative concepts more/less/equal,
2. Vocabulary cards, with and without labels, and labels for matching,
3. A few different activities for sorting more and less, big and small, and the vocabulary of simple math operations with samples of the variety of different words used
4. Task/game/clip cards (20) for telling more, less, or equal
5. A more/less identification task with numbers (in both color & b/w)
★ Spatial concepts set has another mini-book, along with vocabulary word matching and vocabulary card activities, activities for following directions with spatial concepts and answering, “Where?”
★ There are also visual scenes for following directions & answering questions based on the concepts covered in all three sections of the resource.
Activities included are at a variety of levels, as most special education classes have students with a range of skills