red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple shapes to match. There's actually two boards for them to work with, but that's only after we're using all the colors together. Make sure each piece of velcro has a solid stick to the board. Eventually, I'm going to color in the shapes with corresponding colors so they can practice both shape matching AND color matching with the same activity.
Social Skills Task Cards--Is it a "Go Behavior," or a "No Behavior?" These task cards lend themselves really well to small group discussions and social skills groups but can be used so many other ways too! ;)http://www.filefolderheaven.com/task-cards/social-skills-task-cards
Work tasks are a great way to give our students with autism hands-on learning opportunities for very little or no money. This is especially important for our secondary learners, being that many of these skills can transfer to a work site or job environmen