Semantic mapping, or describing different features of items (like their category, function, location, color, etc…), is an effective, research-supported way to increase vocabulary skills of your students!
This resource includes describing visuals and 100+ one sheet, no-prep describing worksheets.
There is also a blank describing worksheet included so that you can customize the worksheets with motivating, interesting, or themed items to describe for your own caseload. The entire resource is included in a Google Slides™️ format in case that is easier for you!
The 100+ different objects shown on the worksheets are all nouns. Some examples are a flamingo, batteries, flag, mailing/packaging tape, map, skateboard, braces, burgers, and so much more!
Want to learn more about describing skills? Click here to read my top therapy tips, see example goals, and read a few of my favorite research articles!
Feel free to email the Speechy Musings team at email@example.com with any questions!
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