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Practical Guides for Teaching Skills to Children with Autism

Two books for teaching practical skills to children with #Autism

My son had a blast using these stones as a jumping off point to tell his own tales! Native Americans often used symbols to tell stories. Some symbols looked just like the concepts or objects they represented and others were more abstract. My son and I went to a Native American tribe's website to look up symbols so that we could make our own (super simple!) storytelling stones.

Inner Child Funfrom Inner Child Fun

Planning Your First Year of Homeschooling

Planning Your First Year of Homeschooling - http://learning.innerchildfun.com/2013/08/planning-your-first-year-of-homeschooling.html #learning #ece

Carrots Are Orangefrom Carrots Are Orange

Fun & Inexpensive Storytelling Language Activity for Kids

Story Telling Never Got Easier and More Exciting for you and your child. Grab a small bag, a few objects from around the house and let the story telling begin...

The Pleasantest Thingfrom The Pleasantest Thing

Sticker Story Bag: Creating Stories

creating story with stickers

How To Run A Home Daycarefrom How To Run A Home Daycare

Make a simple drum for preschool fun

Make a simple drum for preschool fun! I'm using solo cups and waxed paper

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5 free apps for digital storytelling and sharing kids’ ideas

5 FREE apps for having kids create, illustrate, record, and share stories.

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My name book: A preschool printable

Name Journal

Instead of having to carry around your attendance sheet to recess or fire drills, etc. stick the kids names on the back of your teacher name tag.