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Picture Exchange Communication Cards

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9 pages (PDF, Word)

9 pages of basic Picture Exchange Communication (PEC) cards for children with autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disabilities.

Cut out these cards and use them to communicate with your student in accordance with the Picture Exchange Communication System.

Includes:

  • objects
  • verbs
  • places
  • sensations/emotions
  • colors
  • useful words
  • First, Then page
  • page of blank squares for your own words

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  • Julie Engelmann

    I used the picture communication cards for five of my English Language Learners. I made them little booklets and laminated the full pages for teaching.

    Comment by Julie Engelmann on October 20, 2016 at 2:53 am


    • Scott (Teach Starter) Scott (Teach Starter)

      Excellent idea. Thank you for sharing Julie.

      I’m happy to hear that they have come in handy for you.

      Kind regards,
      Scott

      Official comment by Scott (Teach Starter) on October 21, 2016 at 2:42 pm


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