Author: Jean Gilliam DeGaetano
Children usually learn by watching what is happening around them. They usually interpret actions, feelings, relationships, sequences, etc just by watching and forming conclusions about what they see. Pictures give these same clues and messages. If children have difficulty interpreting events and pictures, they are not able to talk about them. The purpose of these activities is to help children observe clues that give a picture meaning and then talk about how they knew a certain thing was happening. The picture clues help give them the answer and provide a concrete reference for the SLP to refer back to assist with scaffolding.
Includes: 60 pages