Easy Reader- I can see pets.  Great way to introduce books to non-readers, and allow them to enjoy reaching success.

EASY READER I see...Pet Animal Edition Adapted Book Special Education Autism

Easy Reader- I can see pets. Great way to introduce books to non-readers, and allow them to enjoy reaching success.

FREE: How do you feel today? I used these cards in a pocket chart and give each child a mini popsicle stick with their name on it. They take turns going up and putting their st...

FREE: How do you feel today? I used these cards in a pocket chart and give each child a mini popsicle stick with their name on it. They take turns going up and putting their st...

DIY budget: How To Make A No-Sew Weighted Lap Buddy with socks and rice - super easy for parents with children of autism, SPD, ASD, or for Alzheimer's, Dementia, Pain Management - Sensory

How to Make a Lap Buddy to Help Fidgeting

DIY budget: How To Make A No-Sew Weighted Lap Buddy with socks and rice - super easy for parents with children of autism, SPD, ASD, or for Alzheimer's, Dementia, Pain Management - Sensory

Autism and Special Education Morning Work, Morning Group, or Circle time Lesson. SmartBoard interactive Powerpoint slideshow with video choice board links.  Perfect to increase engagement during Calendar Time.

Morning Work (Calendar) SmartBoard Lesson with Video Choices (Special Education)

Autism and Special Education Morning Work, Morning Group, or Circle time Lesson. SmartBoard interactive Powerpoint slideshow with video choice board links. Perfect to increase engagement during Calendar Time.

Picture cards are a great way to help people with FASD learn routine. This website has pages of instructional cards for kids.  Can also be used for ELLs.

Picture cards are a great way to help people with FASD learn routine. This website has pages of instructional cards for kids. Can also be used for ELLs.

Young Exceptional Children (YEC) has published an article providing practical ways to adapt circle time for children with autism, as well as an introductory discussion explaining why including children with autism in circle time is, while difficult, a worthwhile and important thing to do.

Young Exceptional Children (YEC) has published an article providing practical ways to adapt circle time for children with autism, as well as an introductory discussion explaining why including children with autism in circle time is, while difficult, a worthwhile and important thing to do.

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