Best of 2014- PECs Communication Book

Oh man- my VERY favorite subject of Special Ed :)

I am SO excited to share with you my communication product.  If you are like me, you have PECs/communication cards/boards/flashcards everywhere! With that being said, I needed a way to better organize my communication tools.  SO here ya go... my Advanced PECS Communication Book! This book is designed for more advanced students with special needs.  If you have a non-verbal child that is able to communicate wants/needs in a vast variety of ways, than this is for them.  If you have a child that is just beginning with PECS and is only able to communicate 1-2 wants/needs, this book is not for them.  For those students just starting out, click HERE to read about introductory communication books!  As the student masters requesting preferred items, then you can transition them to a large communication book like this ONE.

In this book there are 5 color option cover’s. The book has a title page that can be used for quick reference.   

This book has over 500 Boardmaker PECS organized into 27 pages total! Each page has a visual tab so that it is easy to flip through the book.  (If you don't want tabs... you can just chop them all off!)  

Using Boardmaker images, this book is a great PECS Communication tools for your more advanced students that can be used in any classroom or home.  Here are all the pages to the PECS book:

This product comes with 2 different book variations, both with the same set-up and PECS icons.  The first version of the book (shown above) is the communication book that can be printed and laminated with printed picture icons within pages. There is no exchanging of pictures in this version.

The second PECS Communication book is a PECS book that can be assembled with velcro’d picture icons.  The page grids are the same as the above book, but the icons can be printed, cut, laminated and assembled for the pull apart version!

Here are a few Pictures of the pull apart PECS page option.  The icons can all be pulled off and placed onto a sentence frame, handed to a person or however you choose to implement communication in your own home/school program.

A little trick I use in my classroom is rulers! I use good ol' fashion wooden rulers as sentence frames.  Rather than buy those expensive plastic PEC sentence frames online, why not use a 50 cent ruler!  Using rulers with this PECS Communication Book is a great tool!

Both books come with the bundle on TpT!  This means you can easily adapt over the years for various kiddo's and their needs! (As we know, some kids would benefit from one book while the other would benefit from the opposite!)

Here are two video's for you :)

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