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Communication Cards for Nonverbal Students, Special Education and Autism Resources, Autism Visuals (Seasons included!)These photo cards for Autism, Speech Therapy (1066+ cards) with real-life pictures are great for different games and activities to improve vocabulary and help nonverbal students with special needs communicate with the help of the picture exchange system. The cards are 5,6x5,6 cm (2,2x2,2 inch). You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one including picture names in border bottom and the seco
Printable Photo Cards for Autism and Speech Therapy. The cards can be used as picture cards for nonverbal communication, or flashcards for matching activities. They are also good for spelling and reading activities for small children as well as for kids with autism and special needs.This bundle includes vocabulary cards for-body parts,-food,-action words, -clothes,-fruits,-vegetables.The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one set including p
These picture communication cards are great for those who are just starting to learn English (ESL/ELL), those that are non-verbal, those with selective mutism, etc. This set features simple but easy to recognize pictures, complete sentences to go along with each picture (especially for those who are learning English, I help them practice saying the sentence when they show me the picture card), and an information card where you can fill out the teacher's name, student's grade, and student's prima
special need, communication pictures cards, flash cards, montessori activity , real life pictures, Product Description:great for communication for non verbal autism and there speech delays.mix of real life and cartoons pictures cards for communicationorder 400-color-shapes-schedule-routine-school supply-sign language -bathroom and morePlace in sheets protector and use with dry-erase and laminate pieces  Or laminate and add velcro to make it interactive  I offer: Customization to products such as
These Printable Pictures are great for nonverbal communication for students with autism and other special needs. They can be used for Speech Therapy, ESL.The body parts included are: arm, back, cheek, chest, chin, ear, elbow, eye, face, feet, finger, forehead, hair, hand, head, knees, legs, lips, mouth, nails, neck, nose, shoulder, stomach, teeth, toes, tongue,wrist,ankle,fist.The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards that are 5,6x5,6 cm (2,2x2,2
Social Skills Boom Cards™ Game Show Pragmatic Language Game is a No-Print, No-Prep activity that you can use on your tablet, phone, whiteboard, and/or computer. An interactive, engaging digital deck of 54 cards for targeting social skills, understanding emotions, and using pragmatic language.Everyone loves a GAME SHOW, amIright?!! This Game Show was created for my social skills groups. A super fun way to work on the following concepts/ 5 categories: Emotions in Scenarios, Identifying Emotions (
Having a visual schedule for daily routines can be a very helpful tool for ANY kid. I use these visual schedules with toddlers up through elementary school. They are especially useful for children with complex communication needs. You'll get 96 picture cards for home and school (color and black & white). Bonus: visuals for toy storage_________________________________________________________________** Save 20% - Click here to Get the Bundle **__________________________________________________
The BEST picture cards for communication books or classroom visuals. Help your students learn food vocabulary, make simple choices and request. Excellent for early intervention, preschool, speech therapy, and special needs classrooms._________________________________________________________________** Save 20% - Click here to Get the Bundle **_________________________________________________________________There are TWO sets of files so you can get the most out of these picture cards.(Click on th
Communication Boards with Picture Cards for Bored, Upset, Sick: Speech Therapy; Autism; Special Education; Pictures for needs and wants These boards and picture cards are great for students who are nonverbal or have autism. Students have a way to communicate their needs and wants when they are upset, bored, or sick by choosing from picture cards and completing the sentence (example: I am sick. I need the "nurse." In this packet, you will receive: ★ 3 Communication Boards I am upset! I
This speech and language book companion for the Sweep by Louise Greig, Illustrated by Julia Sarda (book not included) focuses on pragmatic language skills. Books are a great therapy tool and choosing books that teach a social emotional skill is a great way to do therapy. This packet was created for K-6th grade speech and language therapy with a focus on social skills. It’s a low prep book companion. The companion is meant to give you an outline for instruction and structured practice. Clinicians
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Decide who could have said the statement by making inferences based on facial expressions and body language. Pre/teens will be engaged by the fun pop art comic-style pictures! Nonverbal communication and social inference skills are an important part of social interactions. Make sure your students with autism or social skills difficulties are able to use cues from body language and facial expressions with this engaging activity!Use the sound buttons for limited readers and for students who are wo
Communication Picture Cards for Speech Therapy; Autism; Special Education; Nonverbal students In this packet, you will receive: ★ 104 picture cards ★ Yes, No cards ★ Question cards ★ Basic language If you ♥ like ♥ this product, you may be interested in the following: Communication Board and Picture Cards - bored; upset; sick ♥ Thank you! Copyright ©2013 - Amanda J. Butt - All rights reserved. ********************************************************************* keywords for product: comm
Autism Reader and Question Cards: What is this... Cards (example: Reader Card: This is a bird. Question Card: What is this? Given: 2 picture choices or word choices (bird and fish) by Amanda J. Butt Kindergarten; First; Special Education; Autism; Homeschool; Communication; Speech; Laminate and use over and over again! In this packet, you will receive: ★ One set of Reader Picture Cards (example: This is a bird.) ★ One set of Question Picture Cards - What is this? ★ Picture and Word C
Community Helpers Photo Flashcards (58 cards) for Kindergarten, Preschool, Esl, and special needs students for learning and developing vocabulary. These picture cards can be also used for communication purposes with nonverbal students with special needs.The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one including picture names on border bottom and the second one including them on border top. Use hook and loop dots on the back side of each card.Relat
This 16 PRODUCT BUNDLE is GREAT for BEGINNING SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS who teach students that have autism and/or nonverbal. Great for Speech Therapy as well. The packets have tools for communication and behavior management. Most of these products require VELCRO. Laminating is optional, but will help with reusing the products over and over, year after year.You will be receiving 16 products in this Bundle:★Autism - Which One Question Cards★Behavior Management Token Economy Board with pictur
Are you looking for digital or printable activities to support language, pragmatic language, and social emotional skills? This activity would be appropriate for students who have autism spectrum disorders or students who attend social skills / pragmatic language groups. This resource could be used during distance learning, teletherapy, in-person face to face speech therapy sessions, or even for practice at home! This deck was designed to practice understanding body language, nonverbal communicat
These communication cards can be used for any type of communication impairment. This is also great for ESL students and English Language Learners. As an ESL teacher of 20 years I started using this book I put together a while ago and it has helped me tremendously. These are Real Life Pictures-TOYS: (36 Cards) ipad, board games, toy dinosaur, toy phone, play doh, crayons, toy action figures, stuffed animals, instrument, slinky, stacking toy, video games, bounce on ball, puzzle, bouncy ball, paint
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These vocabulary photo cards are great tools for nonverbal children with autism or other special needs and can be used for improving communication skills at any age. The packet includes photo cards for the 4 seasons:- summer, - fall, - winter, - spring. and some of the holidays:- Independence Day,- Halloween,- Thanksgiving,- Christmas,- New Year,- Chinese New Year,- Valentine`s Day,-Saint Patrick`s Day,- Easter,- Birthday. Related Products⭐ Fall Packet - Vocabulary Cards, Activities, Worksheets⭐
Autism Communication Cards for nonverbal students with special needs and early age including farm animals and babies, insects and birds.The words included are: horse,turkey,chicken,goat,cow,cat,pig,rabbit,sheep,goose,dog,duck,donkey,mouse,rooster,puppy,kitten,piglet,foal,lamb,chick,duckling,calf,kid,gosling,bull,ram,guinea pig,pigeon,fly,bee,butterfly,hedgehog,spider,owl,squirrel.The pages must be printed, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards- one icluding picture names in border bo
Are you looking for a group activity for a brain break or activity for your social skills group? Charades is a classic guessing game that is played without speaking. This kid-friendly version of charades is specifically geared towards students who need visual support (differentiated instruction). Students take turns acting out a picture (animal, action, sport, person, emotion, etc) and the other group members try to guess which one it is. Traditionally, only hand gestures and movements are allow
These communication cards can be used for any type of communication impairment. This is also great for ESL students and English Language Learners. As an ESL teacher of 20 years I started using this book I put together a while ago and it has helped me tremendously. These are Real Life Pictures-FOOD: (36 Cards)chicken nuggets, apple sauce, soup, yogurt, candy, cake, bread, jello, orange juice, apple juice, milk, ice cream, water bottle, fish crackers, sandwich, rice, hamburger, cheeseburger, salad
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These communication cards can be used for any type of communication impairment. This is also great for ESL students and English Language Learners. As an ESL teacher of 20 years I started using this book I put together a while ago and it has helped me tremendously. These are Real Life Pictures-ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING: (24 Cards)Eat breakfast, take a shower, sleep, eat a snack, throw away, time with dad, time with mom, toilet, wake up, wash hands, watch tv, clothes hamper, kids bath, brush teet
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This is a FREE SAMPLE of the following bundle Picture Cards Bundle (1000+ cards)!These communication cards use real-life pictures are great for different games and activities to improve vocabulary and help nonverbal students with special needs communicate with the help of the picture exchange system. The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated, and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one including picture names on border bottom and the second one including them on border top.Related Pr
Use this resource to teach the pragmatic language by learning about nonverbal communication. Infer body language from real pictures. Answer questions if they are showing good or poor listening skills, then take it to the next step by elaborating why. Follow up with making inferences about what a person might be thinking. Use the choices provided or see if the student can make their own inferences. This resource includes 21 slide. The slides include 2 slides review good and poor nonverbal body la

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