2 Learning Matching Game Mats, Autism PECS, Visual Aid Safety Signs Communication Cards
This wonderful learning game is a simple matching activity for children.
What a great way to introduce vocabulary and encourage language development with this versatile matching game.
This early learning tool is the perfect teaching resource designed to teach children by introducing and reinforcing the safety signs they will see at school.
Use the 50 Educational Safety Sign Communication Cards as a Learning Game or for use with a Communication Board System.
Includes 2 Matching Game mats that measures 8 1/2″ x 11″ which has been color printed
on heavy card stock and heat laminated.
Each of the 50 Communication Cards measure 1 1/2″ x 2″
Stop, Yield, Fire Escape, Recycle, Exit, Deer Crossing, Railroad Crossing, Hazardous, Bio Hazardous, Poison, Fasten Seat Belt, Hospital, First Aid, Danger, Fire Alarm, Caution Wet Floor,Radioactive, Flammable, Electrical, Warning, Do Not Enter, Crosswalk, No Diving, No Running, No Swimming
No alcoholic beverages, warning no fishing, stop ahead, fire department, slippery road ahead, men’s room, women’s room, airport, crosswalk, place trash in trash can, no food or drinks, no smoking, one way, school crossing, phone booth, green light go, yellow light slow, red light stop, wrong way, no littering, handicap, slow moving vehicle, emergency medical service, no concealed weapons no guns allowed, no dogs allowed.
Ideas for use:
*Cut out cards – put Fasteners or magnets on the back
*Cut out cards, hole punch and place on key ring
*Purchase another set and play a memory or bingo game
*Use any object as a Playing Piece(s) and a die (not included) for use as a board game.
Ask What or Where questions (what does this say, what colors do you see, what does this sign look like, describe this sign to me)
*******For a bingo game: use 2 sets, 1 set to cut the cards and rearrange them in any order you like with as many cards as you like and use the other set as the “call out cards”-making it very customizable. (Use pennies for the markers.)