Also included in
- If you are supporting AAC users and looking for time-saving done for you curriculum activities for core word intervention, this resource bundle offers supporting materials for PrAACticalAAC's Year of Core Words. I have combined the 1st 6 months and the 2nd 6 months into one big AAC Core Word teachin$41.60$52.00Save $10.40
- Are you looking for a curriculum for your AAC users that builds core word use, formulation of phrases and sentences, formulation of narratives, and touches on writing skills? You've found it!This time and money-saving bundle provides enough materials for 2 years worth of core word implementation!Don$553.90$659.75Save $105.85
Designed to help you provide engaging activities for AAC core vocabulary implementation, this activity provides practice with early core words. Students who use AAC or have very limited speech practice using core vocabulary while taking an imaginary nature walk with a large game board.
You'll keep students engaged with an activity that can change everytime you play! Games keep students engaged and 'talkng' with each other.
✱ suggestion list of phrases and a list of the core words is provided, with ideas for where and when to use them in the game
Words featured are from the first 6 months of PrAACtical AAC's Year of Core Words.
✱ communication board with the 32 core words most likely to be used in the game
✱ additional game board for play: A Beach Walk.
a 3-page game board, 4 playing markers and 4 collect sheets.
✱ a page for drawing a picture and writing about it (with core words).
If students can’’t draw, cut out a copy of their favorite items from the nature walk and glue it to the picture/writing page.
✱ a sentence strip activity with images from the collection sheets; so students can make "See what I have. I have the ___" sentences. (new 4-19)
✱ 3 pages of core word cards for students to use in the writing activity as an alternative pencil.
✱ 2 smaller core word boards (12 & 20); to use on the walks for students for whom the 32 location board is too much.
✱ a describing communication board to use if needed.
► For more contextualized practice, take your students for a walk. Model use of core words as you point things out, pick them up, collect them.
► After the walk, have students show/share one item from their bag. Then have them make the" I have __" sentences.
Assemble once, use forever.
You might also want to try Activities and Games for a Year of Core
©susan berkowitz, slp
Permission to print/copy for your caseload only.