Magnetic Communication Board

Communication board with "I want" strip - PECS/AAC style board

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This magnetic communication board is easy to make and great a variety of kids on your caseload. This board is used throughout an entire session, but you could use the same concept for visual schedules or speech room rules.

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Speech Pop!

Speech pop! A popcorn articulation game

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Speech Pop! is a fun game to play with your articulation kids, or really any kids using flashcards. You barely need any materials (most of which you probably already have) and set up is quick. You can easily get 3 repetitions of each word.

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Reward Boards

These reward boards are a combination of a visual schedule and a token economy

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If you’re looking for a new visual schedule, especially if you have kids past the stage of needing pictures, reward boards are the perfect fit. When your client fills up his reward board, they’ve completed your schedule and get a reward.

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Speech Notebook

Speech notebooks are great for tracking progress and can even be used for homework.

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Speech notebooks are great for tracking progress and can even be used for homework. They are completely unique to each client, so you customize each one! If you do in-home visits or have parents/students who are good about bringing material back, you can have your client practice what they’ve been learning with mom or dad at home. These notebooks can be filled with whatever materials you’re currently using (worksheets, crafts, etc.) or draw in it yourself. There are tons of ideas at the bottom of this post.

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