Looking for pronouns worksheets or requesting activities for speech therapy and special education students? Build language skills with this Requesting with pronouns communication activity for early learners. This expressive language requesting activity teaches expressing needs and wants using a pronoun. Great for communication and ABA or preschool language requesting and manding in a FUN and inclusive way!
✔️ EASY activities to teach requesting using pronouns! Teaches how to ask for needs and wants using verbal or symbol language (PECS™).
✔️ Works on first words through reinforcement
✔️ Fosters communication skills and independence
✔️ Fun way to learn to get needs met
✔️ Great for young students or those with diverse needs
➕ WHAT'S INCLUDED? 90-page PDF
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