This is a Basic Concepts Language Intervention resource that will help children build essential and foundational receptive/expressive language skills. When they learn basic linguistic or language concepts, it will help them understand/follow directions, understand words, and communicate new vocabulary. In this language lesson, children will learn about spatial concepts and quality concepts. Spatial concepts are the words that tell you the location or WHERE something is located or usually seen. Quality concepts are language vocabulary that are ADJECTIVES that describe nouns. Children will learn how to identify or point to basic concepts and say the vocabulary words in sentences. There are over 20 practice opportunities to practice identifying and expressing basic concepts.
I recommend this intervention product for children with language disorders, specific learning disability, autism, and/or intellectual disorders.
If you need a progress monitoring tool for this area, look for my other Basic Concepts product in my TPT. It’s one of my best sellers.
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Tamara Anderson, M.S., Ed.S., CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Special Education Consultant