Sometimes with some of our kiddos we get to this point where we simply don’t know where to go next. Many of us have our students for multiple years and it’s easy to get stuck. This happens especially often for me with kiddos who are nonverbal or have less verbal skills. There aren’t as many directions to take my instruction and you can easy fall into an endless roundabout of teaching matching and sorting forever and ever. But I invite you into the world of receptive language. There is SO much we can do in this area with all of our learners. We can go from easy to more complex and have a long list of new goals for our kids. Thank the heavens. We are back it kiddo. So strap in and get ready.
I post a photo of these receptive language tasks last summer as part of my Summer Series: Cooking Up Communication and I had an outpour of “where can I get that??” messages. This was originally part of my ABLLS Resource Kit but I have now expanded it to it’s own amazing resource.
These Interactive Receptive Language Tasks go beyond basic receptive language comprehension and work on more advanced language skills. These interactive tasks are perfect to build listening comprehension for students who are nonverbal or who have verbal skills. Each tasks has 4 moveable pieces so students won’t memorize the answers!
This resource includes 28 tasks each with 4 option! I hung mine on command hooks right by direct instruction area. They are perfect for those last few minutes of down time at the end of an activity. Keep those busy hands working! Challenge your kiddos and snag these awesome little tasks!
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