I love teaching vocabulary. I think its one of areas SLPs specialize in. I especially love teaching the concepts of vocabulary to early elementary aged students. Synonyms, antonyms, associations, multiple meaning words, categories and more! I have a hodge-podge of visuals I had made over the years to teach students these skills. Over the last few weeks I tried to make them more streamlined and use the same symbols to be more consistent.
When I posted this picture on Instagram I had a lot of you asking for it! I wanted to make sure to post about it so you can get your hands on it if you need it for your speech office!
This packet contains 11 pages of visuals to support vocabulary instruction. You can use these as posters in your speech office. I like to place posters where they can be easily pulled off the wall when we are targeting that skill.
Vocabulary visuals included: compare/contrast, synonyms, antonyms, associations, categories, what doesn’t belong, and multiple meaning words.
You can find the Visuals for Vocabulary Instruction on my tpt site. This document was created using Smarty Symbols. Smarty Symbols is a registered Trademark of Smarty Ears, 2013. All rights reserved to Smarty Ears.
What do you use for teaching vocabulary? Would you use this? Leave a comment below and I’ll send a free copy to someone who wants it!