Objective: Visual supports/activities to help students understand perspective taking.
1) A Tale of Two Beasts by Fiona Roberton
2) Visual supports/activities
Visual supports/activities created by Lindsay Schwarz, M.H.S,
Objective: Build an ice cream sundae by having a conversation (asking questions, answering questions, making comments) with a peer.
1) Ice Cream Scoops (7)
2) Sprinkles (1)
3) Ice Cream Cup (1)
1) Cut out ice
Objective: To learn how to ask a question, make a comment and/or add a thought during a conversation with a peer/adult.
Directions: Give each student a snowman worksheet, one
Objective: To help students learn to ask questions, make comments and add a thought when having a conversation.
Materials Needed: Dice, Hearts, Topic sheet
Cut out hearts and place upside down on the table. Each student takes a turn
I use this visual on a weekly basis with my students who are working on conversational turn taking.
I hope this visual can help you in therapy and help your students learn!
Developed by: Lindsay Schwarz, M.H.S.,
Objective: To teach the different parts of a conversation including:
1) Asking Questions
2) Making Comments
3) Adding Thoughts
1) Cut topic cards
2) Place topic cards face down on the table
3) When it is the student’s turn, the
Directions: To make puzzle pieces, choose an image, print and cut on the black lines.
The included puzzles can be used with students to help with task completion. When a student completes one task within the activity, the student earns one piece
Instructions: A variety of worksheets have been created to address articulation and language goals. Worksheets were intended for the following:
1. Identification of sound within words (initial, medial, final positions). Write targeted sound in
Use: Activity can be used to address a variety of speech and language skills including: 1) Prepositions (ex. through), 2) Articulation (ex. /L/ and 3) Irregular Past Tense Verbs.
How to use:
1. Print out pages 3 & 4 (Nibbles and nibbled