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What is a “conversation box”?

My next project for my son is to create conversation boxes. Does Paths have any blogs or info. on them? I would like to know the learning objective behind them, examples of past conversation boxes (I'm assuming they would greatly differ between kiddos based on interest but it would still be cool to see how they have been used)

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Conversation boxes are a way

Posted by Charlotte Cushman

Conversation boxes are a way to create communication opportunities for people with limited conversational skills. They are sometimes called “theme boxes” or “discussion boxes” and there are different ways they can be put together. This sounds like a great idea for your son!

Read more in this post on Paths:

http://www.pathstoliteracy.org/resources/conversation-boxes

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Charlotte@Perkins commented on December 4, 2013

Conversation boxes are a way to create communication opportunities for people with limited conversational skills. They are sometimes called “theme boxes” or “discussion boxes” and there are different ways they can be put together. This sounds like a great idea for your son!

Read more in this post on Paths:

http://www.pathstoliteracy.org/resources/conversation-boxes