Activities & games to teach 6 core words to beginning AAC users. Go, Stop, More, All done, No/Not, Again. Communication boards and word wall cards included. $
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Building Language: Where Do I Start? Great flowchart developed by the ladies at Speak for Yourself! to assist in early vocabulary selection for AAC. LOVE IT!
Teaching Core Vocabulary. Repinned by www.preschoolspeechie.com - - - I am going to use this ladder idea to post which words each student knows and what is next to learn!!!! This way everyone will remember which words to work on...love it!
Feelings Parking Lot: Game/activity to practice feelings identification & coping strategies via Therapeutic Interventions blog - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
Top 7 Ways to Get the Most out of Listening Comprehension Exercises
Visual to help students offer compliments about their peers or use descriptive words about people - - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
AAC Vocabulary Instruction Round Up- teaching vocabulary using meaningful contexts, not just word lists. Repinned by www.preschoolspeechie.com
Vocabulary notebooks - research what it means and draw its meaning. Then kids share their work. Strategies for Teaching Vocabulary in Kindergarten | Scholastic.com