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Social Skills Packet: Listening Telling the Truth Apologizing Asking Appropriate Questions Dealing With Losing Common Courtesy Waiting Your Turn Friendship Boundaries

WH questions with real picture answer choices - a must have product for speech therapy for students with autism! From Speechy Musings.

One Sheet Lower Level Language Lessons - No Prep Speech Therapy Printables

Lower level one sheet language lessons target everything for your lower elementary and preschool speech therapy caseload. Filled with tons of activities, worksheets, and games to target verbs, pronouns, categories, following directions, basic concepts, phonemic awareness, describing, problem solving, narratives, multiple meaning words, and more! A must have therapy tool! From Speechy Musings.

Half sheet social skills visuals - perfect for social groups or mixed groups. A must have speech therapy printable that you can use with ANY activity! From Speechy Musings.

Teaching Students with Echolalia

How to teach students with Echolalia- actual tips that work! Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

So many kiddos have WH question goals. The ability to answer WH questions is important, in all settings: school, home, in con.

Strategies for working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Great for regular ed classroom teachers!

WH Questions with Real Pictures: Targeting Who, What, Where, When, and Why

Target WH questions (who, where, when, what, why) with real pictures in speech and language therapy. Includes two answer choices for each questions. Works great for non-verbal students or students with autism! Includes many visuals. From Speechy Musings.

Conversation Starter Visual Support Books for Autism

Autism Conversation Activity: "Conversation Visual Support Books” provide the visual cues needed for students with Autism to have a conversation about favorite topics. While using these visual supports, students will practice greetings, staying on topic, making choices, taking turns, and looking at the other person.

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