There is also a program called AAC cards which allows you to create choice cards easily.
I have a resourceful coworker who had created their own cards for receptive identification of he and she. So, when I saw this program, I thought it would be a great way to make my own set of cards. Here's how you can make YOUR own...
Go to http://www.senteacher.org/Print/Other/ Click on the AAC cards to start.
On the left side of the screen, you can type in your search keywords. For this project I generally tried the present progressive form (ex. drinking) first to see if I would get results for both a boy and a girl. If not, I would try boy drinking or he drinking.
You can also add the labels on the pictures by using the cream box on the right. I couldn't find a way to save these, so this is an activity you need to complete and print off immediately. The first two search boxes correspond to the first line of pictures. Once you activate the search the program does a quick internet search of images in the flashcard box.
Continue creating sets of 4 rows of he/she cards until each box is filled. Then print out on cardstock, laminate and cut out. Repeat until you have a full deck of cards.
Here's how I use it in therapy:
1. Receptive Identification: "Show me/Point To/Touch She is sneezing"
2. Contrast practice: "She is sneezing." "He is sneezing"
3. Verb tense forms
4. Building verb vocabulary. This one is fun to have them say the verb and then pretend to do it themselves.
Tell me, is this something that would be helpful for you to use?