AAC Word Builder: Set 2 "This resource is amazing and has saved me hours of lesson planning!" -Brigid

$59.99 USD

AAC Word Builder: Set 2 "This resource is amazing and has saved me hours of lesson planning!" -Brigid

$59.99 USD
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Meg Mott, M.S CCC-SLP and mother of an autistic son, has created robust core vocabulary lesson plans to engage her students with complex communication needs. And she's sharing the love with YOU!

Meg's lesson plans are a well-rounded set of materials that she knows will work for a wide range of students.

Weekly Materials Include:

  1. Introductory Game
  2. Animated E-Book
  3. Movement Break
  4. Interactive Activity
  5. Additional Video/Book Activity
  6. Parent Handout
  7. Homework

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Focus Words

These core vocabulary plans take the most common words used in everyday language and teaches them in context - opening up a world of communication for special learners.

Core Vocabulary Focus Words: 

  • Stop
  • Get 
  • Look/See
  • Up
  • Good
  • Make
  • Work
  • In
  • Who
  • Read
  • Different
  • Bad
  • Hear/Listen
  • Take 
  • Do 
  • Again
  • Wait
  • Happy
  • Sick
  • Out
    Lesson for each AAC core vocabulary word includes: 

    Introductory Game: Every lesson plan comes with a low-pressure game or activity to help introduce the target core word. These games are individually crafted for each specific lesson.

    Animated E-Book: Real images are carefully collected and arranged in each book, resulting in unique and aesthetically pleasing material. Each book page (a minimum of 10 pages per book) has a moving component to grab attention and keep students engaged.

    Movement Break: It's crucial to recognize that students need time to move their bodies (especially with all of the screen-time in the current world). Each lesson plan comes with a suggested movement break that is related to the target core word. These range from simple (links for dance videos) to more complex (games designed around movement).

    Additional Activity: All lesson plans include an extra activity that may center around a song, a video, a book or even a guided drawing.

    Parent Handout: We are all about supporting our students to the fullest. Core vocabulary, like anything, has its best chance of success when it is used across settings. Parent handouts are provided for each core word to ensure that parents have some direction for practicing core vocabulary at home!

    Homework: Each lesson includes a simple homework activity. These are easily shared with parents electronically. From a "book report" that can be used any week, to specific homework based on a target word- we've got you covered. 

    AAC Word Builder: Set 2 "This resource is amazing and has saved me hours of lesson planning!" -Brigid

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    Great resource

    Very good resource with many examples.

    Jess SPEECH
    Such an incredible resource!

    I have quite a few new-to-me students who are working with AAC devices to communicate. This has saved me so much time and the animated books are very engaging to my students!

    AWESOME materials and resources!

    I am so glad I found the Adapted4specialed website. I have recommended this site to colleges and friends. They give a comprehensive bank of materials which I have found to be highly beneficial for therapy and working with other special education teachers. Highly recommend!

    Janine Radley
    20 Weeks of AAC Lessons Sets 1-3

    I love these materials. My students are in junior high and high school and many times graphics are not appropriate for them. The photographs are perfect and I love the addition of homework and movement suggestions. EVERYTHING that AdaptED4 Special Ed makes is perfect!

    Cindy Levesque
    Helping me succeed with online therapy

    I was overwhelmed and had no direction for therapy when I was thrown into a very difficult online position. Groups of Autistic, primary graders in larger groups than expecting. This program was my life saver and felt like I was giving the children organized and very functional lessons each week. I could easily work on all their goals without many changes on my part. So happy a SLP buddy told me about this program.

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