This week is our first week of school and we are just getting settled our new students and schedule. For our 4th grade students it's a whole new staff and building to get used to, but this week we are already meeting them and talking about how they can advocate for their needs. We work with most of our students to verbally advocate for their needs but at times they need a nonverbal or visual way to communicate needs. Thus this year, we developed some advocacy quick-cards for students of all skill levels to let adults or peers know their needs. We are hoping they help when students are struggling to get words out, when a AAC device breaks down, or they are feeling too shy to directly ask the teacher for help. These advocacy cards can be laminated and taped to desks and binders or put on a ring for on the go use. Our students love the bright colors, and we hope you do too!
Note: This product comes in two sets: one set as 2 1/2" x 2" cards and 4 1/2" x 3 1/2" cards.
Backgrounds and border: Erin Cobb - Lovin' Lit
Font: Wizard of Boz