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SEN resources wish list

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by Al2006, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. You don't say what the children you teach are like but I teach children with ASD and who are non verbal so communication is a massive thing in our school, probably the overriding thing in the ASD classes. What I buy with my budgets are motivators for the children to request for using their PECs, even if your children do not use PECs motivators are a massive thing to get them to interact for example things that flash, make a noise, vibrate etc.

    Also games that use PECs there are loads where they can ask for different parts of the body to make a whole one, different parts of a house to make a house, this also works for children who have speech as well as those using PEcs
     
  2. angrypuppy

    angrypuppy New commenter

    thanks for the suggestions x
     

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