I have been a special needs practitioner/teacher for ten years--it is my passion! I have taught students who range from profound to moderate to severe learning difficulties. I also have a lot of experience teaching students who are on the Autism Spectrum. Most of the content that I teach focuses in the area of functional life skills, social skills and behavior modifications.

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Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences.

‘‘Sesame street’’ Colourful Semantics pack Level 3 is a fun way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (10 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (20 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (45 in total) are green.

This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction.

Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions.

There is an orange, yellow and green coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol.

Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension

Can be carried out individually or in small groups.


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