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Sensory World is a brand new website; a virtual, interactive house filled with activities designed to stimulate learning and promote choice for people with disabilities

Sensory World and Sensory Rooms Interactive Website by FitzRoy

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200 items for Sensory Bins and Sensory Tables! The mega list of ideas for sensory play!! Make hundreds of awesome sensory bins or sensory tables with this amazing list of ideas!!!

Rage-Control for Children on the Autism Spectrum: Advice for Parents and Teachers

Dozens of free autism social skills teaching resources, most with free pdf downloads

FREE SOCIAL SKILLS DOWNLOADS | AutismTeachingStrategies.com

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Great uses for highlighters to teach handwriting! Who would have guessed!!!

The Brilliance of Highlighters « Miss Mancy's Blog

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Free self regulation scale useful for children with autism. Take your pick of the ones already uploaded by Ruth Morgan, SLP and Joy Aginsky SLP and feel welcome to share your own.

Handwriting - FREE Practice Makes Perfect {UPPERCASE Letters}

Lesson on empathy- In this activity, students volunteer to choose a shoebox to open and put the shoes on from the box. A written scenario inside each box tells about the person who wears the shoes. Based on the information given, the student has to "put themselves in that person's shoes," identifying how that person might feel. The class then suggests ways we might show compassion to the person in the shoes.

K - 7 Counselor - Last Year's Lessons

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Alternatives to cupcakes to celebrate student birthdays. www.minds-in-bloo...

Pinner says: I used an old Kleenex box and covered it with duck tape. You can use whatever for the counting. I used cotton balls (20) and then when a student is starting to throw a fit or having a hard time following directions you have them dump out the 20 items and count them as they put it back in box until they calm down!!

Let Kids Know You Are On Their Side via Shut the Door and Teach