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Developing Comprehension in Non or Minimally Verbal Children

SKU #GI-180


Ages: 3.5-7

Grades: PreK-2nd

Author: Jean Gilliam DeGaetano

This workbook is designed to give young, non, or minimally verbal children practice in comprehending sentences or questions. The reproducible lessons incorporate sentence completions with inferences and associations as clues in determining answers, specific oral questions and oral questions involving association skills. A wide range of comprehension skills is covered, such as: recognition of action words, objects, smaller parts, modifiers, “wh” words, spatial words, inferences and associations. Students may only point to answers or point and say the words if they are able to do so. Work can be done individually or in small groups.

Includes: 78 pages of lessons.

Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 9 × 1 in


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