I did it. I managed to use these graphics to do 4 different packets! Expressive, Late Artic Sounds, Early Artic Sounds, and now….
Woohoo! I am so excited…mostly cause this one has been sitting unfinished for my lack of attention to it…But we are happy to finally be sharing! This packet features 30 pages of activities to build your students receptive language skills.
As with the Expressive Language Pack, I included Common Core Standards and a learning goal for each activity. I have to post these for each of my groups, so it makes my life a little easier to have them included with my activities. I hope you guys are benefiting from them too…even if you don’t have to post them! Here is what else is included:
- Where Is He? to target basic concepts. I included 16: inside, outside, many, few, little, big, bottom, top, above, below, behind, in front, beside, between, same, and different.
I included a set of cards with the target word and a set without. This way you can use them for teaching and for progress monitoring. P.S. I can use the name of the little green guy (or any of the other characters) for copyright reasons…if you were wondering 🙂
- Space Barriers. I love barrier games for working on comprehension cause you can target SO many things. I included a listening skills poster for cuing students, which they seem to often need. You can use this with all of the activities included in this download since they are all listening skills. There are 10 character to use and you can print as many copies of them as you need. I will have a set for each student. Then, there is a space scene. From here, you just give the students directions or they give directions to each other. I really like having students give directions to each other because I am working on receptive as well as expressive skills at the same time. I did not include any directions…mostly because I will be referring to the characters as their movie name and I cannot use those in this download. But You can work on concepts, simple & complex directions, describing, etc.
- Ask Me Anything! for targeting WH questions. There is a cue card for the question types to aid students with answering. I included 16 questions for each type…who, what, when, where, and why. Each one also has a different character so you can keep track of the question type if they are mixed up.
- She Said, He Said to target following directions. All are body movements, so you do not need any additional materials. The girl covers 16 two-step directions and the boy covers 16 three-step directions.
- Also, I included 8 bonus cards and 8 penalty cards. These extra cards c an be combined with any of the skill cards to make a game.
I hope you guys really love this one as much as the other Intergalactic units.