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The main difference between receptive and expressive language is Receptive language focuses on comprehension while Expressive language focuses on expression
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This worksheet addresses the basic language concept of "not." One of my kids can identify what doesn't belong from a field of 3-4, but it's harder to decide what is "not" in a category when there are only two choices. What's even harder will be alternating between asking what IS and what IS NOT in a given category! We will get to that soon! Click here to download!
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How children develop their receptive and expressive language and what parents can do to help develop these language skills.
Receptive language is the comprehension of language input. Learn all about it, plus X easy activities to improve receptive language delays!
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Here is another worksheet addressing the language concept of "not." This is a difficult concept to target, which is why I have made so many materials to work on it! Lots of repetitive practice is needed. You could also work on this using a set of real life objects (e.g., "Give me everything that is NOT blue. Give me all of the dolls that are NOT boys"). Click here to download! Please consider donating a dollar or two if you want to see more SLP materials!
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