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“Tan I have a tup?”, “I want some tandy?”, “Tome here.” Sound familiar??? This is called “velar fronting”.  These errors occur when a child substitut…

How I Do It: Get Your Students Talking with a Versatile AAC Activity by Lauren Enders, Part 1

What Is It? A Language Activity for the Unstressed /R/ Sound - - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

The Budget SLP: Miami-Dade: Volumes of Visual Supports

Example of leveled core words communication board, going from 4 to 36 words, taken from this PDF on core vocabulary and common core curriculum-

Make your own low tech core words communication book

Spatial Questions.pdf - Google Drive

Nice core vocabulary board. Thanks again Laura Lewis!

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Core and Fringe Vocabulary: What It Is & How to Use It

Level 1: Receptive Language Fringe words are often easier to teach because you can picture the item in your mind; however, core words are going to be more flexible to use across environments and communication partners. Since we don’t just speak using fringe vocabulary, it is imperative that we focus on teaching the core words …