Play Word Chain with AAC
This classic game can go on and on because the last we checked, there are around 171,476 words in the Oxford dictionary📕. Agreed, kids may not know most of it. But what a way for them to gain vocabulary. And spelling. This can be played with any number of players. The more the merrier.
How to Play:
One player communicates a word. The next player needs to communicate a word beginning with the previous word’s final letter. The next player needs to do the same and so on.
Player 1: orange (The last letter of this word is ‘e’. So, the next word begins with ‘e’)
Player 2: elephant (This word ends with ‘t’. So, Player 3 needs to say a word beginning with ‘t’)
An example word chain could look like this:
Orange, elephant, tiger, river, rain,notebook, king
Since AAC systems are compatible with social media, you can play this game with other AAC users and their families.
Here’s how our Avaz AAC users rocked this game in a Whatsapp group:
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