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- Are you looking to incorporate play WITH visuals and encourage meaningful and functional interactions with your students? These play-based communication board bundle target 12 different activities that are found in most settings and engage your preschool, ASD and developmentally delayed students: Ba$19.50$22.50Save $3.00
Do you need a play-based, functional communication system for your students? These AAC play-based communication boards are an engaging way to use visuals to support language with a specific activity that kids love. This set targets two activities: Kitchen and Music and have 3 different boards for each task to cater for different skill levels.
⭐This set is part of a money saving BUNDLE.⭐
These boards can be used flexibly both individually or in groups with children with ASD, language delays, global development delays and even apraxia. The board are not aiming to replace an AAC system, but are a functional way to introduce visuals and promote communication within play. With the inclusion of 9 different choice strips, you can start at a really basic level of ‘my turn-your turn’ and advance from there.
The play-based communication boards all contain a mixture of vocabulary including: nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, pronouns, social comments and questions. This can pave the way for combining vocabulary into 2-4 word sentences (or more), all of which are included in my language expansion lists.
An extra page is provided so that they can be cut individually and used as Velcro based choice boards to start at a more basic level and teach concepts separately before you build up to the use of the boards.
✅ -- 3x communication boards for Kitchen (22 icons, 32 icons, 36 icons).
✅ -- 3x communication boards for Music (22 icons, 32 icons, 36 icons).
✅ -- 2x boards of ALL pictures to cut up and use with choice board strips.
✅ -- 9x choice board strips, with an emphasis on core vocabulary.
✅ -- Language expansion word lists for each activity to help move beyond single words.
Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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