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Here’s some suggestions on gaining comfort with teaching language.
Smaller picture format:
This bingo game includes lots of comparatives and superlatives and is a great activity to help improve comparing concepts!
If you enjoy this free Bingo game, please consider trying some of the other VERY affordable Bingo games from my Language Galore Teachers Pay Teachers site.
The game has five “boards” (although you can use regular paper if you want), and two pages of stimulus cards – 32 total cards. Use small bits of paper, coins, or just about anything for tokens. Total prep time should be just a couple of minutes to print the boards and cards and cut out the cards.
Individual Boards and Cards:
Download complete bingo in PDF: complete comparing bingo pdf
Each picture is a png format preview of the activity which can be downloaded by clicking the corresponding Doc or PDF link below.
Many more puzzle activities for the “R” and irregular past tense verbs can be found at my new Teachers Pay Teachers Store!
These conjunction printables are generally easier toward the left, and more complex toward the right. They could be laminated, cut into strips, or used as worksheets for lots of conjunction practice.
These sheets can be quickly completed after a therapy session and sent home to caregivers as a method of involving parents in language therapy. The pictures are links to images, and the words are links to the document in doc format.
There are many, many location concepts and/or prepositions on these pages…generally the ones on the left are easier, and they get more difficult toward the right. Feel free to laminate them, use them as worksheets, or they could be cut up into small cards. (The thumbnails are of larger picture files, or download in pdf form).
Practice attributes, giving reasons, and/or comparatives/superlatives! – Click on picture to view a small preview of each activity. Click on Odt or PDF to download worksheets in preferred format.
It seems like every time I think I have a basic familiarity with almost all of the autism interventions out there, somebody comes up with one I hadn’t heard of before. So, I thought it might be nice to have a reference list to quickly look up some, and also to compare and contrast different ones. There are a lot. And, my sense is that in ten years half of these will have been replaced. For more on my take on these, please visit my other blog, The Language Fix.
Click on picture to view a small preview of each activity. Click on Doc or PDF to download worksheets in preferred format.