Traffic Light Communication Fans


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  • Nov 28th

    I am using it for my classroom practise for assessments.

  • Oct 6th

    really useful, thanks a lot

  • May 19th

    child with learning difficulties to show them what their emotions have on others

  • Jan 5th

    A child in my class who struggles to communicate verbally. I feel these with benefit her greatly.

  • Dec 10th

    Signalling feelings for my AS child

  • Sep 25th

    will be sending my ASD son's to school with these as neither will say how they are or if they need help.

  • Aug 31st

    Really helpful, thanks!

  • Mar 23rd

    I think these are great...I'm thinking of sending a set of the blank ones home for a family of a child who is only responding to extreme reactions - he doesn't mind if you are 'a pleased with him' or 'begining to feel grumpy' and only responds if you get really cross or are overly pleased with him- so that they have a visual aid to demonstrate that he is pushing the boundaries as well as verbal warnings. I'll be using them in school too I think!

  • Jan 19th

    i am new to this site and loving it already

  • Nov 8th

    I remember these from an S.E.N. course I went on. They are very useful.

Traffic Light Communication Fans

Traffic Light Communication Fans - A set of communication fans based on traffic light colours. A great way to enable children to feedback their progress against objectives you have set for them.
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