DIY: Communicator Cards

November 11, 2019

This project is recommended for use in children ages 5 and up. This project may contain choking hazards. The CDC reports that children under age 5 are at greatest risk for choking injury. 

You'll need: 

  • Pictures printed out from the internet. See examples here
  • Scissors 
  • laminate paper 
  • Hole puncher 
  • Keyring 

Instructions:

  1. Print out cards from the internet or draw your own 
  2. Cut out cards to fit key ring
  3. Label each card
  4. Laminate the cards and cut off excess lamination paper
  5. Use hole puncher to punch a hole at top of each card 
  6. Place cards on a keyring and go! 
Communicator Cards

 Show us your creations by tagging #autismspeaksDIY.

 

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