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Teaching Safety Skills To Children With Autism

Most children have this inate sense of danger that keeps them relatively safe. Our children with autism lack any sense of danger which inherently puts them in more danger than the average child. As with most skills , you have to approach it from a developmental standpoint . What you can not do is to neglect teaching this skill regardless of the age of the person with autism. I Read more

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Social Story, NO HITTING with Social Skill Activities

Autism/kindergarten No Hitting Social StoryIncluded in this unit are 3 sections.1 No Hitting - Social Story. This is the second No Hitting Social Story unit I've written, especially for pupils with more communication skills and understanding of the spoken word, You can reinforce by reading regularly in a one to one situation or as part of a group..2. "Who's being kind and who's being nasty" activity sheets.3.

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It's easy to read about autism......ppl with autism are not emotion less.........they have feelings, and they care about others feelings......they may not always know how to express these feelings properly..... and how frustrating for them. So be kind.

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Swamp Sensory Tub

A swamp made from Gelatine! Very easy to do and very easy to choose a theme for play. Great sensory activity for all children, including those that are are affected by autism or learning differences. www.therapyforyourchild.com

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101 Games and Activities for children with Autism and Sensory Disorders - I needed this like, a year ago!

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For World Autism Awareness Day---"SpeechSnacks" page dedicated to ASD, ADHD and special dietary needs---includes recipes and resources for those looking to feed their children a gluten-free, casein-free diet.

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20 Heartbreaking Confessions From People With Asperger's Syndrome

I was always told to smile. Smiling is not my default face, it takes concious effort to look amiable. And why should smiling be so important?! These are my thoughts, and probably the thoughts of most other people on the Autism spectrum.

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9 Ways to Differentiate Your Whole Group Instruction

Here are 9 ways you can differentiate your whole group instruction. These differentiation ideas will really help you meet each student's needs during the lessons you already teach.

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First/Then and First/Next/Then visuals for Special Ed Autism - free downloadRepinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

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2017 Facebook Australian Autism Support Groups.pdf

This Mom created a matching game where kids had to guess which sensory balls made imprints in play dough. We may have to borrow this idea...

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Calm Down an Autistic Person

How To Calm a Person with Autism or SPD. Often, children with these conditions can have #meltdowns, shutdowns, or breakdowns if they get upset or overwhelmed.

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Sensory Bottles

Blue sensory bottle These could also be made in table toys. For additional resources come join us at: http://www.smartappsforspecialneeds.com

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Color Matching Work Task Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

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