This social skill unit includes 12 social stories and 9 visual charts to use in your classroom. These are great for children with autism and special needs.
As April is Autism Awareness month, I created this product in the hope that teachers and parents alike may find it useful. Imagine you are teachin...
Speech Therapy Articulation Sight Words /L/ all positions (Homework/Games/Flashcards)
Learning Ahoy!!: Autism Awareness Blog Hop Teacher Freebie
60 min seminar video: iPad Apps for Autistic and Nonverbal Children
activities for children with extensive needs
28-kindergarten-math-journal/ love this journal idea for math
pre writing activities
Down Syndrome speech development
How to Teach Your Non-Verbal Preschool Autistic Child How to Communicate Using Pictures | eHow.com
lots of great ideas
Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders can find it quite frustrating and difficult to converse with family members. This set of worksheets is based on pictures and is appropriate for all ages. The child checks off on pictures representing mom's interests, and the second sheet provides phrases useful in creating questions, friendly comments and compliments based on the mother's interests. This was pinned by pinterest.com/... .Repinned Pinterest.com/...
The BEST sight word cards EVER. Made for ADD, Special Ed, and any other child.
lots of speech therapy ideas
Hands to Yourself - Visual Story for Kids with Autism
When I'm Frustrated - Visual Story for Kids with Autism
Personal Space - Visual Story for Kids with Autism
(No standard found) This site gives different transition ideas for preschool classrooms. One particular activity is the idea of "singing" your way from one activity to another by using piggy-back songs.
ABCs, letter sounds, patterns, sign language, puzzles, ABC order, $3.99
BuzzCards is an app designed to help deaf communicate with people who don't know sign language - free
Chicken Boy: The Amazing Adventures of a Super Hero With Autism
How this family taught their child with Autism to write. Ideas for building muscle tone and to make writing more fun.
link to 25 autism spectrum blogs