This FREE expressive language program provides a structured way to teach vocabulary, attributes, categories, comparing, contrasting, definitions, function of objects, colors, shapes, sizes, describing, question sentences, similarities and differences, and so much more.
Bulletin board for speech therapy room - keep the decor fresh and bright! Articulator mini-posters, domains of speech and language therapy, describing objects visual aid, parts of speech posters, why we play games in speech, door signs, binder covers and labels....
Winter Speech Therapy! Use these marshmallows to describe pictures on hot chocolate mugs to work on expanding utterances using subject/verb and subject/verb/object sentence structure, syntax, personal pronouns, subject-verb agreement, and present progressive verb tense.
This is a single page visual aid that can be used to help students define and describe words. I use this to help develop and prompt expanded language - both verbally and written. I have printed mine out large and laminated it as a poster on the wall. These ideas come up in a lot of different activities that we do so it is handy to have for students to refer to both independently, and with prompting.