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PECS – Bathroom Set

PECS:
The Picture Exchange Communication System, or PECS, allows people with little or no communication abilities to communicate using pictures. A child or adult with autism can use PECS to communicate a request, a thought, or anything that can reasonably be displayed or symbolized on a picture card. PECS works well in the home or in the classroom.

DETAILS:
Prints 12 cards per page, when each card is printed and cut it should be approximately
63mm(w) x 66mm(h) (2.4″ x 2.6″). Each card features a full-colour image, with easy to read bold text encouraging literacy and word recognition.

Cards include the following PECS:

Tooth,
Teeth,
Dental Floss,
Brush Teeth,
Squeeze Toothpaste,
Drying Hair,
Tumbler,
Rubber Duck,
Bathing,
Showering,
Hair Dryer,

Soap,
Towel,
Hair Dryer,
Liquid Soap,
Brush,
Sponge,
Shampoo,
Toilet Paper,
Plunger,
Toothpaste,
Toothbrush,
Bath Tub,

Toilet,
Tap,
Shower Head,
Faucet,
Basin,
Toilet Brush,
Shower,
Mirror,
Trash Can,
Washing Machine,
Shower Curtain,
Mat


File Type:
Zipped PDF Document (Acrobat File)

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing. Acrobat Reader should work fine

2.5 MB | 6 pages

 


 

PLEASE NOTE:

All our products are digital downloads. Nothing will be shipped to you. This way we are able to reach families all over the world.
You are permitted to use this file for personal and single classroom use only. You may download the file to your own computer and print it as many times as you need for your own family/classroom.

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TERMS OF USE:
All rights reserved. No part of this packet may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any means – electronic, mechanical, recording, or otherwise – without prior permission of the publisher