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Speech Therapy -> Expressive Language -> Abstract / Figurative Language / Idioms
Understanding non-literal language forms. Examples include: "It’s raining cats and dogs", "Fit as a fiddle"', or "Break a leg".
This is a Valentine’s Day card to give to a teacher with visual support options.
Virginia Ingram, CCC-SLP
Learn about Kiki’s unique way of flying and how an Occupational Therapist ends up working with Kiki. A great comic for OT month (or anytime you want to discuss what an OT does). Includes a blank co...Includes activity list
Virginia Ingram, MS CCC-SLP
Kiki and Robo play hide and seek can be used by ST, OT, and PT. • OT: Coloring, prepositions • PT: Action verbs, imitating the activities or introducing the concept of hide and seek • ST: Prepositi...Includes activity list
Visual Schedule Cards
- Compare and contrast: Jokes, fun, and funny things
- Name the Category: Jokes
- Holiday Idioms
- Winter Figurative Language
- List of Common Metaphors
- 5 beautiful and descriptive phrases about the importance of the Sun for 12 years old
- Common idioms
- What belongs in this group? Halloween Edition
- Add a word: Spooky Edition (nouns and adjectives)
- Spring Figurative Language
- Wh- questions: Jokes
- Back to School Idioms
- Thanksgiving Idioms
- 1-2 continue
- Thanksgiving Inference Story "Holiday to Remember"
- Say the Missing Word
- What belongs in this group? Jokes
- Differences and Similarities: Halloween edition
Author: David Clarke - For most of us, idioms are something we pick up naturally as we go through life, but for others, it can be a struggle to understand these seemingly random strings of words.