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Get the prep started now!  Here is the first in a series of posts on setting up your autism classroom.  Great information.  Read more at:  http://theautismhelper.com/get-classroom-centers-started-setup/

How to Get Your Classroom Centers Started

Change your child's behavior with books! The best Positive Behavior Book Series for 4 to 7-year-olds. Great resources for parents from Ashley Soderlund Ph.D. via /nthrive/

Positive Behavior Book Series for 8 to 13-year-olds

Change your child's behavior with books! The best Positive Behavior Book Series for 4 to Great resources for parents from Ashley Soderlund Ph. via /nthrive/

I love when morning meeting or circle time is so engaged that the kids and the staff are having fun.  Here are 5 ways to increase everyone's engagement in whole group activities in the special education classroom.

5 Ways to Increase Engagement in Morning Meeting

Morning meeting routine in a special education classroom or autism program

Morning Greeting Visuals

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Having data all on one page in a compressed & organized setup helps make the data process as streamlined as possible! Download our One-Week-Data-Sheet for FREE on the blog!! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper

One Week/One Page Data Sheet {free editable download included

Social Story- Keep My Hands to Myself. For students with Autism, Early Elementary, or Special Education.

Social Skills for Students with Autism

Social skills for students with Autism is hard to teach, but a must have! Here are 4 strategies to teach vocational social skills.

Schedule visuals and feet on the floor are key visuals along with setting up activities before students arrive

5 Tips for Surviving and Thriving in the First Week of a Special Ed. Classroom

There are some key things I do to set up an autism classroom and make it work from the start. Here are 5 things to do with your special education class to survive and thrive in back to school time!

Vocabulary: Make it Engaging AND Age Appropriate - Autism Classroom Resources

Vocabulary: Make it Engaging AND Age Appropriate

Visual schedules are EVERYTHING in the Autism classroom. Our students thrive on them, but us teachers need some serious organizational skills for all those little icons floating around the classroom. Check out how I hack visual schedules in my Special Education classroom.

Visual Schedules: Schedule Hacks

Visual schedules are EVERYTHING in the Autism classroom. Our students thrive on them, but us teachers need some serious organizational skills for all those little icons floating around the classroom. Check out how I hack visual schedules in my Special Edu

Replacing morning work with "Morning Tubs." Encouraging a hands-on, social, play-based start to the day. I LOVE this idea if you teach in a special education classroom. The tubs are organized, structured, and all contained so there is more independence and success. Great if you teach students with autism and special learning needs. Read more at: http://thebrownbagteacher.blogspot.com/2016/01/a-1st-grade-morning-work-alternative.html

A 1st Grade Morning Work Alternative

Replacing morning work with "Morning Tubs." Encouraging a hands-on, social, play-based start to the day. I LOVE this idea if you teach in a special education classroom. The tubs are organized, structured, and all contained so there is more independence an

This is a set of visual aids for the classroom. These work great in primary classrooms, special education classrooms, and for students with autism. #educcation

Classroom Rules and Expectations

Classroom Ideas - Classroom Procedures - This is a set of visual aids for the classroom. These work great in primary classrooms, special education classrooms, and for students with autism.

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