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Leo's Pad Appisode 1 ($0.00) Leo’s Pad puts your child in the middle of adventures with lovable characters and then gets them interacting with story-relevant learning material when engagement is at its peak—a perfect time for children to develop age-appropriate cognitive, academic, social/emotional, and physical/sensory skills.  Even better, the games in Leo’s Pad adapt to give your child an optimal playing and learning experience.

Check out this app, highly recommended by one of our appydevelopers and developed by Stanford University education experts in collaboration with award-winning storytellers and animators. Check it out.

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“Emotional Literacy Skills for Older Children” is an activity packet which gives children practice recognizing emotions in others.

Vegetable Tray Communication Devise: This idea is used for children who need help with conversational skills or who are learning to talk about different topics.  Each section represents a different topic that will be motivating to the student.

Vegetable Tray Communication Devise: This idea is used for children who need help with conversational skills or who are learning to talk about different topics. Each section represents a different topic that will be motivating to the student.

The Conversation Box: Conversation training tool for children with high functioning autism and Asperger’s | AutismTeachingStrategies.com

The Conversation Box: Conversation training tool for children with high functioning autism and Asperger’s

My Aspergers Child: Tailored Disciplinary Techniques for Aspergers Children: Special Considerations

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Keep it on Topic Game is a Social Skill Activity for Kids with Autism in elementary school or higher. This helps students practice keeping a conversation on topic. The only material needed is the printable tokens. Found through Pinterest.

Keep it on Topic Game is a Social Skill Activity for Kids with Autism in elementary school or higher. This helps students practice keeping a conversation on topic. The only material needed is the printable tokens.

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