DIY AAC Visuals Freebie
Give your AAC users a cheat sheet to focus on core word of the week! These editable visual templates let your students know what word they are focusing on, how to find the word in their device, and some ways we can use the word in everyday life!
After posting about my core vocabulary sets, data sheets, and adapted materials for my AAC users, I got several inquiries about sharing the materials I had made! Due to copyright restrictions on the graphics used in AAC systems, I can't share my exact forms, however I made this editable, FREE set so you can easily make your own!
To add in symbols, take a screenshot from the AAC system of your choice and crop down.
Included in this file is:
•AAC Vocabulary Binder Cover
•Vocabulary Maps (two styles)
•Core Vocabulary Word Unit Outline
•Carryover Sheets (for the backs of iPads)
•Data Sheets (two styles, one for recording number of activations by activity and one for recording prompting level for each vocabulary word)
Everything in this packet is editable! Add in your own symbols and vocabulary targets. I make a binder using these sheets for every AAC user on my caseload and it's fabulous for carryover!
To read more about how I use and set up this product, check out my blog post about making your own AAC visuals here.
Looking for some more awesome, affordable AAC resources and printables? Click here to check out mine!
Here are some of my favorites:
- AAC Implementation Toolkit - Training, Handouts, Data Sheets, and More!
- Printable Communication Book - Low-Tech, Core Vocabulary Based, AAC Flip Boards
- Interactive AAC Visuals for Commenting, Asking, and Answering Questions
Feel free to email the Speechy Musings team at email@example.com with any questions!
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