For temporal concepts, I do either gross motor movements or common objects found in the room.
I will do 10 of a particular concepts before I mix them up.
So I would do 10 variations on "do x before you do y" and if they have that, try a different one next, such as "do x after you do y".
So with gross motor it could be "touch you nose before you touch your knees" and with objects
"pick up the stapler after you pick up the tape".
The materials exchange session on this website has lots related to classification and also "what doesn't belong". If you need word clas in terms of associations, do a google search for "go togethers". I have found that the kids who don't get the more abstract ones on the CELF miss them because they don't have the vocabulary. So even with the older kids, I start with more tangible pairings.