Author: Jean Gilliam DeGaetano
While most children understand grouping of basic categories, such as: toys, food, pets, etc. at an early age, children with auditory processing problems and weak language skills do not seem to pick up on subtle similarities and differences without one-to-one instruction to get them started. This book is intended to give them a good foundation in understanding how subtle similarities can change and build new categories within a larger group. This important skill of grouping is essential to mastering higher-level language skills.
Includes: 120 pages, reproducible