Express wants and needs, does communication get any more basic than that? Help your early communicators practice the core word, need, in a fun and engaging activity. Kids with more advanced language skills can use their problem-solving skills to determine the object that each boy needs.
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Children with developmental delays, apraxia, autism, Down syndrome and individuals using augmentative devices would benefit from these simplified illustrations and vocabulary.
This download contains:
These books can be used to target:
: he, needs
: backpack, fork, shoes, sponge, water
The books can be printed in color for repeated use or black and white to share with families.
They are designed to be used as a simple early book that can easily be shared with families (black line copies) or constructed as an interactive for repeated use and high engagement (laminated pieces with Velcro).
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