This powerpoint was created so that I could print in "handout" mode and make my own cards on cardstock (I usually print 6 cards to a page). However, with so much technology available, I use my ipad, phone or computer most of the time now. I just show the cards in presentation mode. My students love doing that! Although it's a powerpoint, I also converted all of mine to a google slide product so that I could use it in that form.
Here, I created numerous questions to give my students, many of which require inferring. It seemed like almost every workbook and card set that I reviewed or bought had the same "why" questions over and over. So, I came up with a variety of questions that I didn't think the children had seen from therapy before. They are colorful and engaging pictures that can be used with other children at the same time to address other issues such as grammar, vocabulary, describing. Likewise, many levels of questions can be used with low and higher functioning students.
Each slide has numerous questions on them.
I tried to use a variety of vocabulary so that I could use these with other students. All of my cards are different colors/themes so that they will not get mixed up. Additionally, I have coded them at the bottom for quick reference for therapists. I have many sets of cards for just about everything, so having them coded is key to staying organized. These are great for therapists who have to travel. You can keep them in index card plastic boxes and label them with a sharpie or even better yet, just pull them up digitally on one of your devices. All of your tools can be online!
This was made by speech therapist, speech language pathologist, Dawn Gross