Our kids might need access to visuals in the hallway, on the playground, getting on the bus, etc. so we're sharing our Visual Necklace resource to help make visuals portable!! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
Need to work on some categorization skills? Check out these Category Cards! The set contains 72 "Name that Category" cards and 72 "What Doesn’t Belong" cards. From theautismhelper.com
kindergarten classroom calendar
Do you want to use independent work systems (TEACCH systems) with your students with autism but aren't sure how to work them into your classroom? This post includes different models and things that work for me. via @drchrisreeve
You know how much we rave about whole body movement through free play but, we also understand that there is definitely the time and place for a device. Here are some of the the best apps for kids that we use to promote fine motor and visual motor skills and more!
Sarah the Speech Helper helps us take a closer look at AAC & how it can look in your classroom! From http://theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
This Easter Free Adapted Book, "Where is Chicky Hiding?" is an interactive book teaches prepositions or positional words and reinforces colors and color words. In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads the story as the students identify Chicky's 's position in relation to each colored Easter egg on each page. Students will match a position or preposition card to each page as the teacher reads.
Of course, behavior doesn't always fit neatly into one category. Sometimes behaviors have more than one function - or are what we call multiply controlled. These interventions take some creativity, so let's get to it on the blog!! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
Speechy Musings: Check out this no print packet that works great on the iPad or computer!
Learn why prompt fading needs to be in your prompting plan from the get-go on the blog! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper