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More Receptive Worksheets {freebies}

Categories: Curriculum Ideas

Short and sweet lil freebie for ya today. I shared some of these awesome receptive language worksheets that my amazing SLP made for my less verbal kiddos. I had to make more. I am loving this activity. It’s no prep. Structured. Can be short or long. And the best part you can easily make it more difficult as your student progress {super flexible!}. I made two more worksheets to share – make sure to grab the ones from two weeks ago too!

Long story short: Provide a verbal direction for the student to follow on the worksheet.

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Make it easy:

  • cover up all but one row of items so the field size is small
  • use one step directions such as “Color the dog.”
  • provide a small set of crayons (3-4) and provide the prompt “color this yellow” while pointing at one item

Make it hard:

  • use the whole sheet or multiple rows
  • provide multi step directions such as “color the ice cream pink and the pizza orange”
  • use number “circle two animals”
  • use directions that incorporate function, tastes, rhyming, or features such as “Color that one that say roar, circle the one that rhymes with bat, color that one that is your favorite, or color the that has fur.”

Download the receptive animals and receptive food worksheets!

Sasha Long
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6 Comments

  1. Keep these coming! These are perfect for my kiddo’s, and it is so easy differentiate! Thanks

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  2. You are welcome! Happy they are useful!

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  3. Does your speech therapist happen to have a TPT store, blog or website? You two seem to be just what I am looking for when it comes to speech ideas for my less verbal kids!

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  4. No she doesn’t – but I post a lot of her recipes on here and she uses most of my adapted books in session too 🙂

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  5. Just found these today! I love them already!!!! I am thinking of sending one home for parents to have something to work on with my kiddos at home too- they will love it!
    Thank you so much for these awesome, and FREE resources!!! xoxo

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  6. So glad you like them! I will be sure to make more!

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