Quantitative Concepts Speech Therapy NO PREP

(1 customer review)

$5.00

Printable, ready to use worksheets with various degrees of difficulty! Perfect for introducing quantitative concepts in repetitive, consistent activities that keep kids engaged.

Number of pages: 40

Description

This quantitative concepts speech therapy resource is just what you need to introduce and teach basic concepts! Target quantitative directions with these printable worksheets. Perfect for teaching these concepts in repetitive, consistent activities that keep kids engaged.

Quantitative basic concepts included: all, none, one, more, less, most, and least.

Designed specifically to target these foundational quantitative directions, these printables provide a structured yet flexible approach to introducing and reinforcing these concepts. Each speech therapy worksheet is crafted to engage young minds through repetitive, consistent activities that not only capture their attention but solidify their understanding of these crucial terms.

No prep, print-and-go pages, or just open on your device! These pages are left open-ended for flexibility for what you want to target and how difficult you want it to be. The perfect addition to your speech therapy sessions!

✅ WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Quantitative concepts visuals page
  • All/None – 4 pages
  • One/All – 4 pages
  • More/Less – 4 pages
  • Most/Least – 4 pages

NO PREP, PRINT AND GO PAGES!

Simply print and they are ready for use. I recommend laminating or placing in sheet protectors for durability. I like placing the same concept pages back-to-back and then laminating to make even sturdier. Black and white pages are included for a print-friendly option, to send home, or use for coloring pages!

OPEN ON YOUR DEVICE!
Use this document on your computer or tablet.
Step-by-step directions for how to draw on the PDF with your computer and tablet are included. This will allow you to circle or cross out the pictures and make the activity more engaging and hands-on.

FUN IDEAS FOR USE!
Kids love to circle or cross out pictures with a whiteboard marker or crayon! Get creative by using playdough, bingo chips, dot markers, or anything else that motivates your students!

⭐️ BUNDLE & SAVE ⭐️

This resource is part of the Basic Concepts Speech Therapy Bundle. Save over 15% and get more great basic concepts resources!

 


 

SLPS AND EDUCATORS LIKE YOU SAID…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“Love this resource! It is easy to use and makes learning these basic concepts for concrete. I recommend to anyone thinking of purchasing.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“This is the only resource I have needed to target a “quantitative concepts” goal. Honestly I very much enjoy the pictures and the teaching poster included. I have used this in person, via tele-therapy, and I also send it home for homework all the time! It’s multi-functional and I love that it has a variety of difficulty levels.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“Loved this resource! It was so easy to use via teletherapy with my students on the autism spectrum. It gave them lots of opportunities to target the skill, with varying levels of difficulty to meet the child at their current skill level, and wonderfully used errorless learning to initially teach the concepts. Will continue to use this great resource!”

 


 

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This is a digital product that will be available for download upon purchase. Due to the nature of this product, there are no returns.

Copyright © Allison Fors, Inc. All rights reserved by author. Do not share or email this document with anyone.  Permission to copy for individual use only.  If you would like to share with other therapists, teachers, or parents please direct them to my store.  Copying any part of this product and placing it on the Internet in any form is strictly forbidden. Do not modify or alter this document.

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1 review for Quantitative Concepts Speech Therapy NO PREP

  1. Victoria Christensen

    Used these to teach concepts with some of my students with Autism.

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