Core Vocabulary Activities
This article contains ideas that parents and teachers can do to each core vocabulary in many different environments.
Some examples of core vocabulary include: stop, go, get, more, turn, mine, on, off, up, down, that. Even with just these 11 words, a beginning communicator can take control of his or her environment, have his or her needs met and interact socially with friends and family. This beginning communicator can even use these few words to make phrases: "get that," "go up," "stop that," "turn that up," "turn that off," "go more," "that mine," "get that down."
Core vocabulary is so powerful because it allows communicators to express a wide variety of concepts with a very small number of words.
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