Expressive Language Disorder
Receptive language or auditory processing disorder describes children whose brain has an abnormal way of processing information and sound they hear from their surroundings. The cause of this disorder is unknown but it may be associated with conditions such as dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, autism spectrum disorder,
Free PowerPoint presentation: basic adjective vocabulary. Print 4/page to make flash cards!- I will be using it as a game in my centers.
Ms. Lane's SLP Materials: Receptive Language: Basic Adjectives
DVD to teach parents and professionals to target receptive language delays in toddlers. 2 DVD set. Outlines "Tell him, show him, help him" philosophy.
Auditory Workout- new app for students with receptive language impairments and auditory processing disorders. From Therapy App 411. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.
The two most important parts of the brain for speech. Broca's = Speech/language production, Wernicke's = Speech/language reception
Crazy Speech World: Pass the Puck Hockey Language!-activities to target expressive and receptive language skills. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.
Crazy Speech World: Gingerbread Language Cookies-activities to target expressive and receptive language using sequencing, problem solving, and vocabulary skills! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.
Snowman sequencing. Expressive language/receptive language activity
We're Going on a Bear Hunt! Smart Board receptive and expressive language activity!
Practically Speeching: We're Going On A Bear Hunt!
a game that works well with receptive language and auditory processing, as well as sequencing and organizing language: Backseat Drawing by Out of the Box Games.
Plant some flowers while you strengthen your receptive language skills. Each flower pot has 3 accompanying descriptor words. Students need to find ...
This fun activity is designed to develop students' ability to compare different items and use comparative language such as bigger than/smaller than...
"Activities Parents Can Do to Help with Receptive Language Delays" Could be helpful if needed down the road