⭐Working with speech and language therapy students on making requests? How about students with autism or other disabilities and in special education that are learning to ask questions? This simple activity teaches a student, using audio and Boardmaker™ icons, how to request when asked “What do you want?” This teaches the student how to access positive reinforcement using verbal or symbol language (PECS™). It also helps promote asking for help! This resource includes digital Boom Cards™ and a Google Slides™ file plus a print-and-assemble flipbook with the same targets. The printable includes a simple data collection page, too!
This activity aligns with ABLLS™ F4 Requesting when asked “What do you want?”. ABLLS-R® trademark is a registered trademark of Behavior Analysts, Inc.
This goal is intended to be individualized, so this resource is simply good instruction and practice associating preferred items with requesting (verbally or with pictures). This is not intended to replace mand training but to supplement it in a fun manner.
20 commonly preferred reinforcers for young children are presented: ball, dog, cookie, cracker, swing, play, break, apple, fish cracker, chip, fruit snack, candy, iPad, all done, car, toy, eat, drink, watch, help
✅ Redeem link for Boom deck and Google Slides file with a page for each of the 20 targets
✅ Printable PDF in color ready to assemble two flipbooks to cover the 20 targets (2 books with 10 pages each) and instructions
✅ 1 printable data collection page for use during the day on the overall goal
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⭐This resource is great for:
► Special Education
► Autism, other disabilities
► Speech Therapy
📌 You will receive a zipped file with all the files in it. To unzip, right-click the folder (or double-click on a Mac), select Extract All, and then follow the instructions.
✉ Please contact me via email email@example.com if you have a question about this resource or experience a problem.
For Boom™ products
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For Google™ Drive products
► You will need Google Drive in order to access this resource. Your students will also need Google accounts so they can access the activity if you are assigning to them.
► You must be logged into your account when you download the file. When you click the link, you will get a prompt, “Would you like to make a copy of….” Click Make a copy, and it will copy to your Drive.
► 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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