Identifying Nouns CLOTHING Expressive Vocabulary activity

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by ABA in School

Price: 200 points or $2 USD

Subjects: earlyIntervention,expressiveLanguage,specialed,specialAba,communicationSkills,Special Autism,lifeSkills

Grades: 14,13,1

Description: Build expressive vocabulary and noun identification skills with this Labeling Clothing items activity. Ideal for IEP goals and objectives tracking, this activity supports speech therapy, ABA, early literacy, and language development. Includes engaging activities and data sheets for easy progress tracking – a must-have addition to your IEP data binder! Aligns with the ABLLS assessment. Divided into sets of 10-17 and targeting 37 clothing words, use the printable data collection page to track student responses. Several examples of each word are included to help with generalization. Vocabulary targeted: Set 1: coat, dress, hat, jeans, pants, shirt, shoe, shorts, sock, underwear Set 2: cap, diaper, gloves, jacket, mittens, pajamas, robe, scarf, slippers, swimsuit Set 3: belt, boots, flipflops, leggings, raincoat, sandals, skirt, sneakers, sweater, t-shirt Set 4: blouse, bra, earmuffs, overalls, snowsuit, tie, vest Aligns with ABLLS G6. Follow ABA in School to stay up to date with new and updated resources for early learning, speech therapy, special education, ABA, and data collection.