Looking for speech and language activities for Requesting? This is Activities for Requesting Missing Items for Speech Therapy, ABA, and Special Education. Includes interactive noun-based exercises, perfect for enhancing communication and perfect for ABA or preschool language work.
Develop requesting skills through these missing item exercises!
This simple activity teaches students, using audio and Boardmaker™ symbols, how to request a missing item when asked “What do they need?” Help these kids find what item they miss to do the activity they want!
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✔️ EASY activities to teach requesting missing items!
✔️ Works on first words through reinforcement
✔️ Fosters communication skills and independence
✔️ Fun way to learn observation skills
✔️ Great for young students or those with diverse needs
12 common items that lend well to “missing”: baseball, cup, laundry soap, lawnmower, paint, pants, paper, soap, swimsuit, toilet paper, umbrella, watering can
Digital activities: Boom™ Cards, Google™ Slides, and Easel™. Using audio and Boardmaker icons and a prompt like, “She wants to color a picture. What does she still need?” students will be taught how to request using verbal or symbol language, such as the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS™).
Print activities: a print-and-assemble adaptive book (flipbook) with 10 of the learning targets (ensuring convenience and accessibility), Core boards and icons, and a Matching activity. To aid in tracking progress, includes a simple data collection page, enabling educators and therapists to monitor students' progress effectively.
➕ WHAT'S INCLUDED? 30-page PDF
✎ Don’t miss these resources for more language activities!
✔️ Preschool IEP Goal Bank (bestselling item!)
✔️ Requesting Reinforcers
✔️ Matching Pictures flipbooks
✔️ Ask and Answer flipbooks
✔️ Noun Flashcards
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For Google™ products
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► If your school district has Google access blocked, you can choose to have the resource added to a personal Google account and then share it with your school account.
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