Use this Category Sorter to help your students better understand basic vocabulary!
6 Sorting Sheets (1 cloud shape on top, 6 empty circles on bottom)
6 Category Clouds (Cloud shapes with category names written inside)
What better way to have your students explore the functions of objects than to act them out?
I have created cards for you to print out, fold in half, and laminate (if you so desire.) On one side of the card is a picture of the animal, object, or
Your students can become clever detectives with this receptive and expressive language activity! In my experience as a speech language pathologist, many students with language difficulties and younger students in general tend to focus only on color
The newest installment of the Expanding Language Series. In this activity, students again become detectives as they learn about what things are made of. Let your little detectives go wild in this hands-on activity that, in my experience, is a huge
Your little monsters can create their own little monsters with this hands-on activity! Use this game to target receptive and expressive language by helping your students understand that things are made up of PARTS.
1. Cut out monster body
The final activity in the Expanding Language Series, Where Do I Belong? focuses on helping our students learn Locations, i.e., where things belong.
Preparation is extremely simple. Print out the scenes and picture cards and cut out the picture