Its time to Learn to Talk About Household Items
Get ready to teach students how to talk about things they see everyday. The Learn to talk about Household Items set is designed for use with both Verbal Behavior and Applied Behavior Analysis programs as well as your special education programs. These cards are designed for children with autism, pdd nos, speech and language delays or Aspergers. If your student is nonverbal, you can start teaching receptive language skills and object identification. If your student has language, move from receptive to expressive, to categorization and on to conversation.
You will be pleasantly surprised by the 40 high-quality, laminated photographic cards. Each flash card has a clearly photographed item that has been carefully selected to reflect items children see and use around the house every day. Household items included in this pack are door, pan, toilet, tissues, keys, umbrella, remote control, fork, plate, TV and lots lots more. The back of each card lists the purpose of the item and how it is used. These cards work well with children on the autism spectrum and are great for ABA and Verbal behavior programs. Set also includes instructions on how to use these cards with your VB or ABA program.