A set of core vocabulary words cards (i.e., words have a functional and academic purpose) illustrated with American Sign Language symbols. Use these as a reference when teaching students new core vocabulary words, as labels for AAC devices, or as word icons for students using a picture communication system. The set includes six high-frequency words and a customizable, blank template.
Grade K, 1 · English Language Arts, Reading, Speaking · 2 pages
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