Throwback Thursday: Preschool Children with AAC Needs
It’s another Throwback Thursday and today we’re looking back through the archives at posts on AAC for young children.
- PrAACtically Reading: Books Featuring Children & Youth with Disabilities
- Parent-Implemented AAC Intervention for Young Children
- From Wheelchair to Hands-free Walker for Preschool Children with AAC Needs, Part 1, Part 2
- Using Vest Displays with Preschoolers on the Autism Spectrum with guest author Dr. Carol Goossens’
- Mining the Preschool Routine for PrAACtical AAC Opportunities
- Supporting Preschoolers with AAC Needs: A Case Study
- Visual Supports in Action in the Preschool Classroom
- TELL ME: AAC in the Preschool Classroom
- TELL ME About It
- TELL ME AAC Literacy Kits
- Brown Bear, Brown Bear
- I Went Walking
- From Head to Toe
- Here Are My Hands
- What Do You Like?
- Go Away Big Green Monster
- No, David
- Come Out and Play, Little Mouse
- The Lunch Box Surprise
- If You’re Angry and You Know It
- Max’s Breakfast
- All Are Welcome!
- I Know a Lot!
- Dear Zoo
- It’s Okay to Be Different!
- TELL ME Virtual Classrooms
This post was written by Carole Zangari