⭐ Looking for receptive language, noun identification activities for your speech therapy, ABA, special education, or young student using REAL PICTURES? These digital language activities plus printable task cards would also be great for English language learners, ELL vocabulary, or even first word reading (if you don’t use the audio cues) and include student data tracking sheets making data analysis easy.
Everything you need to help a young student learn how to identify 50 common nouns!
These 50 nouns from 8 classes are broken down into smaller sets (10 words each) that can be taught in sequence. This resource includes Digital Boom™ Cards (26 decks!), activities for Google™ Slides and then also printable PDF binder, and task cards, all with real pictures.
⭐ This aligns with the ABLLS-R™ C14 and C17 Selects one of # nouns. ABLLS-R® trademark is a registered trademark of Behavior Analysts, Inc.
✅ Field of 1-2, ABLLS C14: 50 real images across 8 categories: 18 Boom Decks, 1 large Google Slides file
Boom playable preview CLICK HERE
✅ Field of 3-6, ABLLS C14: 50 real images across 8 categories: 8 Boom Decks, 1 large Google Slides file
Boom playable preview CLICK HERE
✅ 80-pg PDF task cards with real images in color for the 50 images in sets of 1, 2 (with a neutral distracter and also with a discrimination image), 3, and 4
✅ 220-pg low-prep visuals to put in a binder. Just print, laminate, and stick the pages you want for your student in a binder. Point, put stickers on, or dot with markers to identify the noun
✅ Printable data collection sheets, full-size, printable size in digital formats, and small size for task cards
⭐Sets broken down into:
Set 1: apple, ball, car, cat, chair, chips, dog, pants, shirt, table
Set 2: banana, bed, blocks, cookie, cow, pig, shoes, socks, swing, truck
Set 3: bike, burger, bus, candy, coat, frog, hat, horse, puzzle, trash
Set 4: bird, boat, clock, couch, dinosaur, dress, fish, hot dog, pizza, train
Set 5: airplane, chicken, desk, dresser, elephant, fruit snack, popcorn, shorts, slide, swimsuit
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For Google™ products
► You will need Google Drive in order to access this resource. Your students will also need Google accounts so they can access the activity if you are assigning to them.
► You must be logged into your account when you download the file. When you click the link, you will get a prompt, “Would you like to make a copy of….” Click Make a copy, and it will copy to your Drive.
► If your school district has Google access blocked, you can choose to have the resource added to a personal Google account and then share it with your school account.
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