Articles from Receptive Language

Zoo Themed Adapted Book Series

I’ve done a lot of different animal themed books and activities with my students but I realized I haven’t done much with Zoo Animals which led me to my new theme for therapy.  I created a series of adapted book which include “Zookeeper, Zookeeper What Do You See?”,...

Find Objects in a Scene Task Cards

I really like using Sasha’s Find Objects in a Scene Task Cards with my students because there is so much you can do with them.  I thought I’d share how I’ve been using these task cards not only to target receptive language skill but expressive language skill as well. ...

Using Adjective Adapted books with AAC Devices

I’m working with some of my students who have AAC devices to expand the use of their devices.  These particular students are good with navigating their devices to request items using “I want…” phrases, name categories, identify nouns, and use some common verbs.  My...

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...

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