Articles from Receptive Language

Free Big/Small Easter Egg Sort

I’ve made big/small sorts for other holidays so I figured I’d make one for Easter too.  This is also a great activity to work on following directions involving size and color concepts with your students.  I know Easter is coming up soon so hopefully you can use this...

Associated Picture Task Cards

I’m loving these Associated Picture Task cards Sasha created.  The set contains 36 cards so they make a perfect speech therapy session activity.  I use them to target both receptive and expressive language skills.  These association cards are different then having the...

A Fun Noisy Counting Book with Free Visuals

If I’m using a book during my therapy session I like to make sure it targets concepts my students are working on, has clear pictures, and uses simple language.  As you can tell from some of my posts, when I find books I like I create visuals to pair with them.  I...

Classic Preschool Books with Free Book Visuals

As many of you know, I like to make visuals to pair with books I read with my students.  I think having pictures for the students to add to the books while we read them makes it more engaging and motivating for my students.  I made some visuals to pair with some of my...

The Very Lazy Ladybug with Free Book Companion

This week I’m using this super cute book, “The Very Lazy Ladybug” by Isobel Finn, in therapy with some of my younger students.  I created some pictures to pair with the book; as well as, some follow up questions.  Then we made some ladybugs to finish off the lesson!...

Free Feature Worksheets

The last 3 weeks I shared about the different books in my Feature Adapted book series.  To finish off my feature unit I created some worksheets you can use with your students.  These worksheets are set up just like the Function Worksheets I shared with you a few weeks...

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