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Receptive language

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Receptive Language: Negation Concepts pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Here is another worksheet addressing the language concept of "not." This is a difficult concept to target, which is why I have made so many materials to work on it! Lots of repetitive practice is needed. You could also work on this using a set of real life objects (e.g., "Give me everything that is NOT blue. Give me all of the dolls that are NOT boys"). Click here to download! Please consider donating a dollar or two if you want to see more SLP materials!

Ms. Lane's SLP Materials: Receptive Language-Following Temporal Directions. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

I was giving the CELF-4 yesterday and realized that although I like the Concepts & Following Directions subtest, there are not a lot of written materials out there that address some of the types of basic concepts on this subtest. Obviously you can do before/after directions with real life objects (jump up and down before you spin around), but I made this worksheet to work on before/after directions with pictures, which is what the CELF-4 is really testing. Click here to download!

Pinterest Pins of the Week: Free Receptive Language Worksheets from Ms. Lane’s SLP Materials Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

With over 700 repins combined (and counting), please check out ‘Ms. Lane’s SLP Materials’ newest Receptive Language worksheets! They are all free! Receptive Language: Understanding “Not Receptive Language: Understanding “Is” and “Is Not” Receptive Language “Negation Concepts” Receptive Language “Is or Not Part 2 Visit Ms. Lane’s SLP Materials’ blog

Free Pronouns Flash Cards   - Repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

This set of 20 flash cards work on him/her and his/her, e.g., "Point to her. Point to him. Point to her shoes. Point to his shoes." I used free clipart from sweetclipart.com! Click here to download!

Receptive language: identifying objects by object function.  Free PowerPoint presentation, or print 4 per page and use as flash cards!

This is a PowerPoint I made to work on receptively identifying items from a choice of three when given an object function (which one do you eat, which one do you wear, which one is used for cutting, etc). When you view it as a slide show and click on the correct link, you hear applause and it moves to the next slide (I think... it's been awhile since I made this). You can also print each page and have the child tell you the correct answer. Or print them 4 slides per page and cut out and use…

As many of you know, I like to make visuals to pair with books I read with my students. I think having pictures for the students to add to the #books while we #read them makes it more engaging and motivating for my students.  If you are like me and work with younger students you have probably read these books several times! I wanted to share these book visuals for you to use with your students. Classic Preschool Books with Free Book Visuals 📍Read more: https://theautismhelper.com/classic-presch

As many of you know, I like to make visuals to pair with books I read with my students. I think having pictures for the students to add to the #books while we #read them makes it more engaging and motivating for my students. If you are like me and work with younger students you have probably read these books several times! I wanted to share these book visuals for you to use with your students. Classic Preschool Books with Free Book Visuals 📍Read more…

Expressive Language: Describing Objects.  Free worksheet. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

I use this worksheet along with a describing cue sheet if needed. The cue sheet includes questions such as: What category is it in? What do you do with it? What does it look like? Click here to download! Please consider donating a dollar or two if you want to see more SLP materials!