Webber® Functional Communication Game

Expressive and Receptive Language Games Using PCS Symbols

By Rebecca Eisenberg and Cheris Frailey

Grades PreK-12

SKU
GB146
Rating:
88% of 100
$74.95

88 Communication Board Games (44 double-sided boards) using Boardmaker Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) to teach non-verbal students to communicate. 11 topic areas with 396 question cards targeting receptive (198) and expressive (198) language skills. Boards 9½" x 11". Includes electronic spinner, game markers, game board, and foam bingo squares.

88 Communication Board Games (44 double-sided boards) using Boardmaker Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) to teach non-verbal students to communicate. 11 topic areas with 396 question cards targeting receptive (198) and expressive (198) language skills. Boards 9½" x 11". Includes electronic spinner, game markers, game board, and foam bingo squares.

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Author(s) Rebecca Eisenberg and Cheris Frailey
Topic AAC, Best Sellers, Games, Hearing and Sign Language, Vocabulary
Brand Super Duper Publications

Webber® Functional Communication Game

Teach non-verbal students to communicate using Mayer-Johnson Boardmaker Picture Communication Symbols with these amusing, motivating games. The five game formats (Functional World of Communication Game, Spinning with Communication, Communication Bingo, Lotto, and Tic-Tac-Toe) cover daily topics, and allow students with varying motor and verbal skills to participate in games they often would not be able to participate in due to their fine motor or communication abilities.

Students place markers on bingo, lotto, and tic-tac-toe boards, move game pieces around the game board, and hit a flashing spinner to earn tokens when answering questions. Activities and boards allow the SLP to plan a therapy session without spending hours making boards and provide 1,611 expressive and receptive questions and commands for student practice.

Webber Functional Communication Games contains eleven topic areas.

  • Places
  • Playground/park
  • Hygiene
  • Senses
  • Feelings
  • Around town—transportation and community helpers
  • Objects
  • Small group—weather/seasons and days of the week
  • Food/drink
  • School
  • Social

Each topic area includes two different communication boards with 18 receptive cards and 18 expressive cards that target matching, identification, sentence completion, and responding to questions. In addition to teaching non-verbal students to use augmentative communication, the games are great for working with preschoolers with language delays, children with autism and hearing impairments, and children who respond well to visual cues.

Webber Functional Communication:

  • 44 double-sided communication boards (9½" x 11")
  • 11 topic areas with two different boards per topic, 9 pictures per board
  • 396 question cards targeting receptive and expressive skills
    • 198 receptive (2¼" x 2¼")
    • 198 expressive cards (4¼" x 3¼")
  • Electronic spinner, includes battery
  • Game markers
  • Game board
  • Foam bingo squares
Customer Reviews
  1. Mrs
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    80%
    This is a great tool for my self contained middle school students, the pictures are clear and relatable.

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  2. This is awesome
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    I absolutely love this product. I am able to use it with artic and language kids. We play bingo, or with my really low PPCD students, I will tell them to point to the _________.
    We can talk about plurals or what goes with this. We can use it for how are a ___________ and a ________ alike? How are they different?

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  3. A big hit!
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    80%
    This was just what I was looking for to address communication with my lkife skills/ MOID students. Many options for game play, and easy for my lower level kids to understand and play. I love the large game pieces!

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  4. Fyi
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    60%
    The player pieces are huge, as is the game box. The game is also very heavy. This is *not* a game for carrying around. It's too heavy to carry in your arms, and too big to fit in a the type of cart therapists typically use. The game is as described. They just didn't talk about size.

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  5. Functional Communication
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    My student and the rest of her class are extremely pleased to be able to play and communicate with each other. It is such a pleasure to watch as my student, who is non verbal, feel at ease with her classmates as she is now being accepted for who she is. Thank you so much for your dedication to all children with your wonderful products.

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  6. Great Product!
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    I really like the Webber Functional Communication Boards. It really cuts down on planning time as much of the work is already done for you. It help to have different levels of questions, so I can use the product with my high and low kids. I don't use the spinner much in therapy as I think the kids would be distracted by it, but really enjoy using the boards to play lotto!

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  7. Fun
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    Thematic and interesting... keeps kids attention.

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  8. Communication Kit for a fresh graduate
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    I just graduated from graduate school and will be starting my CFY at the end of July. I have reviewed all the materials and even made up some games of my own! This kit includes a lot of materials that I will need in order to help my future clients communicate effectively and achieve independence. I am extremely pleased with the kit and can't wait to use it!

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Instructions PDF

The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.