Common Toddler Vocabulary
In this preschool-level vocabulary activity, you will find tried and true activities to encourage language development in early learners. I use these with my students with autism and other moderate to severe language delays to encourage language development.
The vocabulary activity includes 60 of the most common words toddlers learn as they are developing their expressive language. These can be used for expressive labeling and receptive identification. The pictures can also be used to create file folders for matching picture to picture. Datasheets are also included!
This resource includes flashcards for the following vocabulary: ball, book, train, bike, rain. bubbles, car, truck, boat, plane, baby, bowl, spoon, cup, sock, shoe, shirt, pants, hat, diaper, blanket, towel, house, tree, brush, light, bath, chair, table, bed, cookie, cracker, cheese, apple, banana, ice cream, cereal, milk, juice, water, dog, cat, fish, bird, duck, cow, horse, bunny, bear, pig, lion, elephant, giraffe, zebra, monkey, alligator, snake, frog, butterfly, bee.
This is a perfect resource for early childhood special educators, speech/language pathologists, and parents. If you are looking for a good place to start with autism speech therapy or activities for autistic toddlers, you are in the right place!
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