Winter Listening for Details
Do you need language comprehension activities for a variety of skill levels? Looking for engaging activities for the winter? Then these receptive language activities are for you! From "wh" questions to attributes and definitions, this resource is full of winter speech and language activities.
Start out having students match a sentence to a picture (field of 2), move on to answering questions without a visual cue, and then continue to paragraphs. There are a total of 72 stories, 120 questions, and 45 descriptions in this packet! This download also includes receptive attributes and a search and find activity. Perfect for therapy or centers! Check out the preview to see examples of each level and activity.
Single Sentence With Visual Cue (24 stories)
Students read (or therapist reads to the student) the sentence and point to or cover the correct picture.
Single Sentence (24 stories)
Students read (or therapist reads to the student) the sentence and answers the questions. Two questions are included per story.
Short stories (24 stories)
Students read (or therapist reads to the student) the story and answer the questions. Three questions are included per story.
Receptive Attributes (24 descriptions)
For an easier activity, lay the picture cards face up on the table. Read the card to the student. They find the picture of the item that was described on the card. For a harder activity, remove the picture cards and have students think of the item themselves.
Search and Find (21 sets)
Give a search card to the student. Read the description to the student (make sure the item numbers in the bottom left match!) and have them pick the correct item. Students can point, cover with a chip, or color with a dry erase marker.