Pink class are a class of lower key stage 2 children with complex health needs who are working at an early level of development (p1-4). They include children with hearing and vision impairment, sensory sensitivity and all of them have some degree of physical disability.
The videos included are an example of how we use AAC to support communication in the context of game playing. They aim to develop skills in anticipation, recognising cause and effect and initiation. Above all they help children become aware of how communication and AAC can give them control in a given situation, provoke a response and draw attention to themselves. They are also planned to be fun, motivating and a tool for bringing adults and children together
3. An adapted version of ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ The wolf has a step by step communicator which counts up the hours till ‘dinner time’ and the other children hold bigmacs with ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ recorded on them
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