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  • Alli Byler

    Cool therapy guide for The Napping House – I made this story/communication board for my prek and k students to go with The Napping House by Don and Audrey Wood. I go over the board with them before, to expose them to new vocabulary/concepts. They can use the pictures to answer yes/no and wh-questions. After the book, I do an activity targeting prepositions. I use a babydoll bed, and various stuffed animals and have the children practice putting them in, on, under, next to, in front, behind etc

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar – I made this story/communication board for my prek and k students to go with The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. I go over the board with them before we read the book, to expose them to new vocabulary/concepts. They can use the pictures to answer yes/no and wh-questions.

This is a paper version of the therapy activity that generated the app Question It to teach kids with autism how to answer Wh- questions. - created via pinthemall.net: $: www.teacherspayte...

QuestionIt is an application that is designed to teach students how to answer WH-questions - Pinned by @PediaStaff. - Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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Do you see it down there in the bottom right hand corner? Obviously this could be done with a printout or marker, but I just adore the use of magnet letters. It would make a great center, whole group or choice time activity.

For a variety of materials for teaching students with autism and special education. See similar pins at Christine Reeve's board (Christine Reeve).

Yes/No Concept Book - This book is intended to help students with yes/no concepts if they have a difficult time answering yes/no questions. The child must know the pictures or the pictures have to be modified so the teacher can help student to make the correct choice with fading prompts. Student demonstrate response by touching the yellow smile for "yes" or the red x for "no".