20 Weeks of AAC Lessons: "This resource is amazing and has saved me hours of lesson planning!" -Brigid

$59.99 USD

20 Weeks of AAC Lessons: "This resource is amazing and has saved me hours of lesson planning!" -Brigid

$59.99 USD
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Craving pre-made lesson plans?

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!

Dedicating 8-10 hours of her time and expertise weekly, Meg creates 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

Want a trial? Get the first week's lessons for just $1.00. 

Need more lessons? Click Here to View Set 2: Weeks 21-40

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:

  • Go (2 lessons)
  • Turn (2 lessons)
  • Eat
  • Come
  • Put
  • Help
  • Not/Don't (2 lessons)
  • Like
  • Open
  • Want
  • All Done
  • More
  • What?
  • I/You
  • On
  • Off
  • Drink
What's Included:

Each weekly lesson plan 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. 

Customer Reviews

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Heather Cox Cox
USE TODAY~

I LOVE buying things that I can buy and utilize with students the same day. This is THAT type of product! Students loved Week One lesson, they were engaged and responding well! Thanks so much!

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Angela M
FANTASTIC

I can't say enough about this resource! So organized and easy to use, this collection hits on important core vocabulary in a relevant way that works for a great age range. I love the links to short videos, letters to send home for carryover, and of course the interactive adapted "books" that engage the student/client and reinforce the meaning of each word/concept with a variety of real-world photos set to action. I'm playing with this resource for the spring in preparation of using in full force for next year!!

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Brigid
AAC Core word lessons

This resource is amazing and has saved me hours of lesson planning! Thank you!

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Christina Folco
Wonderful

Your work is well thought out, easy to use, and perfect for teaching CORE vocabulary to students! Can’t wait to keep getting additional lessons!

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Kali Lindenfelser
AAC Core Books

I have been using these with a lot of my students that use AAC as we just switched to distance learning. I have loved how much language they elicit, while being engaging for my elementary students!