Your students are sure to get excited about speech therapy when they get to play with these adjectives activities! The games can be played in three unique environments with provided materials: ‘Laundry Sort’ ‘Silly Monsters’ & ‘Empty/Full Jars’
With this set, you can target early adjectives ‘clean’ ‘dirty’ ’empty’ and ‘full’. Once those concepts are mastered you can move on to teaching negatives ‘no’ and ‘not’. I’ve included instructions for SLPs as well as for parents, so you can send the games home for practice if you wish.
If you’re looking to cover more than just adjectives, this pack is also available as part of the Preschool Language Value Bundle that contains 8 packets covering early language concepts such as asking questions, prepositions, plurals, possessive ‘s’, verbs & more. When you purchase the value bundle, it’s like getting 2 packs for free!
“I love these cards! They are so cute and fun for the kids. I use them to teach concepts during “games”. I especially love the parent activity sheets so they can follow through at home!”
Print, cut, and laminate each section. Choose from several prepared instruction sheets, and let the fun begin. After selecting a picture or written cue card the student locates the correct character or object cutouts and places them in the correct position on the baseboard. Adorable characters and relatable scenes encourage the comprehension and use of early language.
“Perfect for students with basic concept goals/objectives! I like to send the packets home for generalization of skills.”