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Community Helper – Where Do They Work Task Cards

Teaching about the different community helper members in our community is an important skill for our students.  I wanted to share about my Community Helper Task Cards which focus on “Where” the different members of the community work.  This is the last activity in my...

I have…Who has…? Community Helper Games

I have been working with several of my students on learning about community helpers.  This is such an important skill for our students to work on which is why I created some new activities to use with my students to help them learn about these different community...

Community Helper Bingo

Many of my students are learning about community helpers.  I needed some additional activities to use with my students to help them learn about these different members of the community, what they do, and where they work so I created a set of 3 activities/games to...

How to use AAC devices while playing games

We don’t need to create special activities for our students to use their AAC devices.  We can incorporate AAC into anything we do.  Sometimes something as simple as playing a game really gets my students motivated to use their devices.  I wanted to share about 3...

Free Valentine Recipe, Craft, and Sort

Valentine Dip As many of you know I love to do cooking activities with my students.  It’s a great way to work on some many different language and social skills while having fun.  My students are always engaged and willing to participate when we cook in speech!  I...

Having Fun with Feature and Function Concepts

I made another set of my “I have…Who has…” games but this time the focus is on feature and function concepts.  After my students can name common items, identify basic categories, and name items within a given category I like to start working with them on learning...

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