Students will practice expressive language skills by verbally identifying a picture on a card. Skills practiced include expressive language, picture identification and photo identification.
The student will demonstrate his/ her expressive language labeling abilities by verbally identifying the picture he/she is shown on a card.
- Expressive language
- Picture identification
- Photo discrimination
- This lesson is designed for 1:1 instruction with a teacher or therapist.
Decide which cards you would like to work on with your student. The Language Builder Picture Nouns 2 cards can be separated by the following categories, making it easy to work on related vocabulary words in this lesson:
- Body Parts
- Insects & Bugs
- Sea Life
- Musical Instruments
- On the Farm
- Everyday Objects
- Safety Signs
to use cards from the On the Farm category, but you can use any card(s) #1 – 200.
- Hold up a picture (for example, #144, barn) and ask your student to identify it.Try a phrase like, “What is it?” or “Tell me what this is.”
- Your student should answer by verbalizing the correct label, “Barn.”Move on to other words (for example, hay, pitchfork, and saddle) and complete the same activity with the new cards.Your student can start by giving a one-word answer, then progress to full sentences answers such as, “That is a barn.”
- Move on to other words (for example, hay, pitchfork, and saddle) and complete the same activity with the new cards.
- You may want to repeat this activity a few times, shuffling theorder of the cards in between rounds to ensure your student isn’t simply memorizing the order of the cards and is indeed visually and verbally identifying the picture on each card.