Colourful semantics is a therapy approach created by Alison Bryan. It helps children understand how the meanings of words are linked in sentences. Each semantic category/word type is colour coded.
*If you already own the 'Colourful Semantics Starter Pack, DO NOT purchase this! These are the same 'what doing' materials available in the pack.*
Read more about Colourful Semantics on my blog.
Colourful Semantics can be used for:
- Encouraging wider vocabulary
- Making sentences longer,
- Helping children answer questions
- Developing use of nouns, verbs, prepositions, and adjectives
- Improving story telling skills
- Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension
- Can be carried out individually or in small groups
- Can be carried out by teachers and teaching assistants with the support of a speech and language therapist
Included in this 'what' pack are detailed instructions and materials for 'what?' questions (and can also be used for 'who' and 'what doing' questions) and one interactive book More specifically...
what? – object – can be used for teaching object vocabulary
* 23 different 'what'/object symbols and 35 'what' scenes
* 'what doing'/verbs: Painting, driving, hugging, kicking, playing, eating, reading, riding,
* 'what'/objects: sun, flower, egg, school, car, teddy, doll, pillow, ball, game, sandwich, spaghetti, ice cream, cookies, popcorn, carrot, fly, banana, book, bike, scooter, horse
* 'what' interactive book
If you are interested in this product, consider buying the 'Colourful Semantics Starter Pack'
which includes materials for 'who' 'what doing' 'what' and 'where' questions.
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