Autism Receptive Vocabulary Activities for Christmas: Feature Function Class



Christmas Receptive Language Feature, Function, Class Activities

Using a Christmas theme with Santa and Christmas trees, this combination of print-and-go and reusable materials is great for early learners, ABA programs, discrete trials and speech therapy. They are designed to provide a variety of ways for special education students and early learners to practice receptive vocabulary skills beyond just naming items.

I developed them with the idea of using them with students in discrete trials to be able to administer trials to more than one student and to add some variety to the materials for teaching these skills to prevent students from getting bored. They are designed to help students working on identifying items by feature (characteristics/adjectives), function, and class (category).

Please see the preview for a cross listing of these materials with specific items from common curricula / assessments including the STAR: Strategies for Teaching Based on Autism Research; the ABLLS-R: Assessment of Basic Language and Learning-Revised; the VB-MAPP: Verbal Behavior-Milestones Assessment and Placement Planning; and the PEAK: Promoting the Emergence of Advance Knowledge.

**This product is not associated with or associated with any specific curriculum. The cross-listing is provided only as a convenience.**
Materials Included:

This set of materials can be used in multiple ways depending on how they are constructed.

–1 file folder for matching associated items (e.g., nail to hammer)
–1 set of sorting activities by class/category with a model with up to 7 categories
–1 set of sorting activities by class/category without a model with up to 7 categories
–5 print-and-go sheets that students color parts by associated items
–5 print-and-go sheets that students color by category pictures
–5 print-and-go color by feature, function and class sheets to be used in direct instruction
–10 black and white print and go sheets that students use bingo markers or stickers to identify multiple items with specific features, functions or class
–10 color sheets that can be re-used with chips or coins to cover multiple items by specified feature, function, or class (similar to the black and white but with items rearranged or sometimes substituted)

For more seasonal activities like these, check out:
Fall Receptive Language: Feature, Function, Class (autism)

Winter Holiday Interactive Books

For more classroom materials for students with autism and special education

Receptive Vocabulary Sorting for Autism: File Folders and Worksheets

QR Code Receptive Vocabulary Task Cards for Autism: Basic Vocabulary.

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This product is copyrighted to Christine Reeve 2015 for use in one classroom. They may not be copied for additional classes without purchasing extra licenses. For bulk discounts, please email me at drchrisreeve@gmail.com.

Christmas Receptive language feature, function, class activities

Autism Receptive Vocabulary Activities for Christmas: Feature Function Class