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Weekly Words - Quick & Easy Setup

It’s great to have systems that kind of just run themselves. You set it up once and then just do a bit of updating. No need for massive monthly rehabs and system shifts. It just keeps on trucking. Our jobs are so busy and chaotic we need programs and goals that keep up with our … … Continue reading →

Sight word activities: Another fun way for kiddos to do word work for Daily 5 or just practice. She printed off her Play-doh sight word cards on orange paper and then had children form the words with seasonal erasers that she bought at Target's Dollar spot. Cute idea.

Crystals for Autism — Sugilite, Charoite, Moldavite, or Sodalite can help someone who is blessed with Autism. They are a higher vibrational person and these crystals can help them feel more at home here on Earth. Have them carry with them and/or sleep with it under their pillow. — Related Chakras: Earth, Root, and Solar Plexus

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New BBC drama The A Word is essential viewing

New BBC drama The A Word is essential viewing whether... #autismparent

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Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Colors (Autism & Sp. Education)

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Clothes Pin activities: one to one correspondence, color matches, beginning sounds, etc. (Take the idea across the curriculum.)

Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders often have difficulty filtering words of anger and despair. Here is a hands-on activity to help them. Download and print out dozens of paper strips: 1. Things that are okay to say when upset, and 2. Things that need to be "filtered out." Detailed instructions included.

This will save you hours of work trying to figure out fun activities to teach students the critical Tier 2 vocabulary! FREE lesson plans for a whole week, including a bulleted checklist of what to print and when to teach it!

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Homework and Independent Work for Non-Readers

Homework and Independent Work for Non-Readers | The Autism Helper

Free Social Story Creator App at Touch Autism. Create visual stories and schedules with your own pictures, words, and narration. #touchautism #autismapps #socialstory

In the heart of a meltdown, acknowledge how your child feels with words. For example, I can tell you are upset because you weren't expecting this (your personal example). Verbally confirming the reason for the child's frustration helps the child to feel they are heard, and calms things so you can work towards resolving the situation.

Community and environmental signs are the best sight words for students learning functional life skills. This pack focuses on safety words. Materials are clear, direct, and easy to understand for Special Education, Autism, Early Childhood, or Life Skills Students.

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This is a set of file folders that focuses on matching picture to picture for a variety of real-life, functional items. The pictures are a combination of photographs and clip art. The set includes matching picture to picture for community signs, fruits, vegetables, fast food items, meat, sweets/desserts, furniture and clothes. It also includes word-to-picture matching for signs, fruits and vegetables. $3.50

Second Grade Sight Words Battleship from DayWorks on - (4 pages) - Second Grade Sight Words Battleship. A different FUN way for your students to practice these important words. ALL words on the DOLCH list of high-frequency words for 2nd grade are included. The children will enjoy using the chart to find the correct word