Who, What, When…
Explore “Wh” questions.
To correctly answer a question a child must first determine what kind of question was asked. For some questions, they must also understand the underlying inference that the question is making.
Ask and answer direct questions
Children with autism often have trouble asking and answering questions so this exercise models the asking and answering of direct questions. This is an excellent tool to encourage spontaneous speech, conversational skills, and auditory comprehension.
Basic Words for Children
These are basic words learned in early language development. Many photos have a white background to make it easy for children to distinguish figure/ground. The photos and videos feature children’s toys and clothing. The videos have simple backgrounds and feature children as actors.
It’s a Safari
Take a trip to Africa!
This is a unique thematic language program that can be used as an extension of the Literacy series. Clients develop stronger phonemic awareness and auditory processing skills as they work with the 100 target words on several levels.
Wild, Wooly, Wonderful Critters
Explore language while learning about critters.
Parents will find “Critters” to be a fun way to teach children new vocabulary, ask and answer questions, and practice great articulation. Learn about animals from many different habitats: house, farm, forest, ocean, jungle, grasslands, the arctic and more!
Ask and answer questions.
Let’s Talk About It provides multiple opportunities to answer different kinds of questions. There are sixty-six engaging scenes in eight categories.