Visual Supports BUNDLE

Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
Visual Supports BUNDLE
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  1. Having visual supports for your students is helpful when learning a new skill. Sentence frames that have visual picture supports provides that visual structure some of our students need to help express an idea. Included in this set are sentence starter strips for the areas of articulation, language,
  2. ✏When working on social skills, students can become prompt dependent when the SLP, teacher, para professional, counselor or other educators are using a lot of verbal prompting. To help guide students during the social interaction, the SLP, teacher or other support staff can visually cue students wi
  3. Students with communication delays benefit from having visual supports to help them navigate their day. By incorporating visuals with your teaching you are also providing more opportunities to share how they are feeling and thinking. PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE THIS SET IF YOU ALREADY OWN MY AAC Starte
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✏Students with speech and language delays often benefit from visual supports to help them navigate a language heavy activity. Pairing a visual support with language in the classroom will help students comprehend their environment and learn new language!

This is a BUNDLE of all of my Visual Support resources. You can save 10% by purchasing this bundle. The visuals in these resources were designed by a speech language pathologist to help classroom teachers, para-profressionals, counselors and other educators to have visual aids when communicating with students.

If you already own some of the visual supports in this bundle, you can buy the additional resources in the bundle with the 10% off discount.

Visual Support Resources Included in This BUNDLE:

Visual Supports - Social Skill Trifold Flips help students with social skill delays and/or behavior management interventions with the following skills:

❤️Self Managing Behaviors, Voice Volume, & emotional regulation
❤️Understanding turn taking, transitions & waiting
❤️Self monitoring their non-verbal body language & behaviors during social interactions
❤️Visually showing students the classroom expectations and rules
❤️Helping students navigate a conversational interaction
❤️Promoting functional communication with less verbal and visual prompting from adults

⭐⭐⭐This is a winzip file. You need unzipping software to gain access to the PDF file as well as the PowerPoint. The PowerPoint has editable template slides, so that you can customize visuals for your students. The fonts that I like to use are KG Primary Penmanship and KG What The Teacher Wants

Visual Sentence Starter Strips For Speech & Language have visual picture supports to help students learn a new skill for the areas of

❤️Fluency (stuttering)
❤️Social skills

There are articulation carrier phrase sentence frames for many of the frequently occurring sounds .Each sound has 2 carrier phrase sentence starters. The s-blends, l-blends, & r-blends have three carrier phrase options. There are articulation picture stimulus words that can be used with articulation carrier phrase sentence starters. The visual sentence starters can be used with any activity. Once prepped, they are a forever grab n’ go resource!

The second pdf in this set is for grammar sentence starter strips. Have visual supports for frequently used grammar sentence frames such as pronouns, noun-verb agreement, past, present, and future tense as well as irregular verbs.

No longer will you need to scribble sentence starters during lessons on scratch paper with this resource! You can easily differentiate for your students when you have mixed articulation and language groups.

⭐⭐⭐This is a winzip file. You need unzipping software to gain access to the PDF file.
Behavior Visuals For Students With Autism are designed primarily to work with students with Autism that need visual supports to help them with transitioning to new activities and increase verbal and picture communication to help them share their needs, wants and ideas. These behavior visuals can be used with

❤️Students with special needs that use visuals to help them functionally communicate
❤️Students with language impairments and/or students that are visual learners
❤️Students who struggle with transitions in the classroom

✨Need more visual support activities to help your students make progress toward their goals? Here are resources that SLPs and teachers can pair with different speech & language lessons:

Question and Answer: Activities to work on conversation
Student Language Helpers
AAC Starter Kit For Special Education & Students With Autism


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