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Autism Support Groups

This would be great for transitioning students from desk work to circle time. Students will learn what is expected of them in order to start the lesson. Very cool idea and makes it easy for teachers and students to be on the same page.

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Slow-Falling Beads Sensory Bottle Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group. https://m.facebook.com/groups/354623918012507?ref=bookmark

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from Liz's Early Learning Spot

Anger Management: 23 Free Calming Strategy Cards

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In a special education classroom, it is extremely beneficial to have morning binders when they finish they morning group work on the board (covering topics of calendar, weather, social skills, emotions, lunch options, recess, attendance, etc.). This is a great way to keep the students' little hands busy during morning group and it is also useful to make sure each student is covering each topic. Each child's binder is different, depending on level and it is there to support their…

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from The Speech Bubble

Social Skills Challenge

I want social skill activities for my kids to mean something. Sometimes these lessons turn into more talk and less action. I’ve tried games but wanted something my kids could take back and do in their classrooms. This challenge is great for children with Autism or small groups working on social skills to apply and actually use what you have been working on!

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from wikiHow

How to Calm Down an Autistic Person

How To Calm a Person with #Autism or SPD. Often, children with these conditions can have #meltdowns, shutdowns, or breakdowns if they get upset or overwhelmed. Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

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