#sept2018slpmusthave low tech AAC desktop or tabletop communication visuals: easy and efficient access to core vocabulary and fringe vocabulary. Perfect for special education and speech therapy students!
Display this AAC communication "placemat" on student desks or activity tables.
The core vocabulary "placemat" remains the same. This allows your students to be more efficient communicators by learning the motor plan for the most frequently used vocabulary.
The "fringe" or "activty specific" strips can be switched out throughout the day as needed!
These strips contain access to vocabulary which may be used in speech therapy sessions or during special education activities.
Examples of "activity specific" strips include playing with bubbles, playing with blocks, reading a story, answering questions on a worksheet, playing a card game, baking, completing a craft, coloring, painting, playing with a potato toy, stacking rings, listening to music, playing with a doll, playing with cars, playing with a train set, completing a puzzle, and completing a folder activity.
Examples of "fringe" and "themed" strips include seasonal and holiday themes (fall, winter, spring, summer, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc).
There are a total of 45 total strips and (1) core vocabulary "placemat" page, which is comprised of 2 sheets of paper.
I recommend printing in color on cardstock and laminating pieces for repeated use.
For a closer look, please check out the preview!