Requesting Pronouns Speech Therapy and Special Education

by ABA in School

Price: 200 points or $2 USD

Subjects: sel,specialed,specialAba,communicationSkills,Special Autism,developmentalSkills,speakingListening

Grades: 14,13,1

Description: Build language skills with this Requesting with pronouns communication activity. This expressive language requesting activity teaches expressing needs and wants using a pronoun. Great for communication and ABA or preschool language requesting and manding in a FUN and inclusive way! This simple activity teaches with Boardmaker™ symbols how to request help a short question with a pronoun. Situations are presented like someone saying, “Andi is hungry,” and the student requests using a pronoun (e.g., "Can I have a snack?"). Teaches how to ask for help and advocate for needs and wants using verbal or symbol language (PECS™). Two levels to choose from: 7 pronouns (5 slides each) and 20 scenarios with 20 different pronouns. Level 1: I, you, we, he, she, it, they Level 2: I, you, we, he, she, it, they, me, us, them, my, your, his, her, our, their, mine, yours, hers, ours Follow ABA in School to stay up to date with new and updated resources for early learning, speech therapy, special education, ABA, and data collection.