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This bundle contains SIX resources for Speech Therapists/Educators/BCBA’s to use with students with autism to increase early language skills. Each product contains colorful, real, engaging pictures that help children explore and understand the world around them and promote generalization! There is no clip art or distracting background images on these flashcards.
Who is this product intended for?
This product can be used for a variety of age levels, grades and abilities. It is designed to address early developing language skills in students with autism. It uses real pictures in their natural setting, and gives choices to allow for verbal and non-verbal communicators to use them.
The following items are included in this bundle:
This is resource that targets identifying and labeling actions! It contains colorful pictures to target verbs receptively and expressively. Each target verb has at at least 2 different pictures depicting that action. This decreases the likelihood of a student being able to just memorize, and increases generalization skills!
There are a total of 84 flashcards. The first 54 flashcards target using individual action words. The following individual actions are targeted in this product: running, jumping, swinging, coloring, eating, drinking, hugging, sleeping, sitting, laughing, reading, crying, flying, driving, swimming, cooking, climbing, dancing, crawling, writing, typing, playing, cleaning, walking, waving, pouring.
The next 30 flashcards target using noun + verb combinations to describe actions. Each verb is used at least twice with a different object, which helps facilitate generalization skills. For example: "Smelling flower" and "Smelling bread" are each depicted on cards.
The student will identify pictures of common actions.
The student will label pictures of common actions.
The student will use two component labels (Noun + Verb) combinations to describe pictures of actions.
This resource aligns to ABLLS-R Task G8 Labels Pictures of Common Actions and Task G21 Two- Component Labels Noun + Verb
This resource targets identifying and labeling body parts and clothing! Working on body parts and clothing is SO important for helping early learners facilitate self awareness! It contains large, real, colored pictures of a variety of body parts and clothing. The real images are wonderful for working with students with autism because they are easier to relate to and generalize.
The following body parts are targeted in this product: eyes, ears, nose, mouth, hands, feet, head, stomach, back, arms, shoulders, knees, chin, tongue, fingers, legs, neck, toes
The following clothing items are targeted in this product: shirt, shoes, socks, pants, hat, coat, pajamas, scarf, gloves, sunglasses, dress, bathing suit, sweatshirt, boots, shorts, sandals, necklace
The student will be able to identify and label body parts on themselves.
The student will be able to identify and label clothing on themselves.
This resource aligns to the following ABLLS-R Tasks:
Labeling Task G5 - Labels Body Parts
Labeling Task G6 - Labels Pieces of Clothing
Receptive Language Task C15 - Follows Directions to Touch Own Body Parts
Receptive Language Task C21 - Points to Body Parts on Others or Pictures
Receptive Language Task C22 - Follows Directions to Touch Own Pieces of Clothing
Practice answering "yes" or "no" with 3 Levels of questions!
This resource includes 3 levels:
Level 1- Answering Yes & No questions about wants/needs with visuals
Level 2- Answering Yes & No questions in regards to labels of items and Yes & No Questions in regards to semantic features of single pictured items. (100 trials total)
Level 3- Answering Yes & No questions about details of a pictured scene (6 scenes; 10 questions for each scene; 60 trials total)
The student will be able to answer "Yes" or "No"to identify the name of an item or to identify if an item or activity meets a pre-specified criterion.
This activity align to ABLLS-R Task G23 Labels by Indicating Yes/No
Identify, Label, and Sort your way through 3 different categorizing activities that are included in this resource:
1. Identifying Three Items Within a Category Given a Field of Five Items
Ex: "Find all the animals."
This activity aligns to ABLLS-R Task C39 Selects By Class.
2. Labeling the category when given a field of 3 items within that category
Ex: "Dog, Cat, and Frog are all different kinds of ___________."
This activity aligns to ABLLS-R Task G27 Labels the Class of a Set of Objects.
3. Sorting a field of pictures (5 for each category) into 2 or more categories
Ex: "Put the animals in this pile, and the clothing in this pile."
This activity aligns to ABLLS-R Task B19 Sort By Class.
The student will be able to select pictures of items when told the class to which the items belongs.
The student will be able to look at a picture or set of actual items and be able to label the class of the set of items.
The student will be able to sort pictures that match the class to which the item belongs following a demonstration of sorting.
*Targeting categories in a variety of formats ensures understanding and generalization of the concepts introduced.
This product includes task cards to work on making associations!
Identify the item that is related to another item from a field of 3 choices. Each task card contains 1 prompt and 4 pictures. (24 Trials Total)
Ex: When shown a picture of a spoon and asked "What goes with a spoon?," the student will identify and label "bowl."
When presented with an array of items and pictures and then shown another item or picture and asked, "what goes with this?," the student will be able to label one of the items which is associated with the item being shown.
This activity aligns to ABLLS-R Task G14- Label Associated Pictures.
This product contains visual aids for working with students with autism! They are colorful yet simple, which results in engagement without distraction and confusion! The following items are included in this product:
1. 3 Different Colored Token Boards with Star, Heart, Sun, and Check-mark Tokens
2. First, Then Visual boards
3. To-Do/ All-Done Visual Schedule
4. Visuals for Core Vocabulary Words: Stop, Go, Yes, No, More, Help, Look, Break, Wait, Work, Good, Bad
If you have any additional questions about this resource, please feel free to ask. :)