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    Autism Speech Therapy One Step Directions

    $6.00

    “One Step Directions” for speech therapy books/flashcards target helping young children learn to follow simple one-step directions. Pair the visual cue with the verbal direction and you will increase understanding. This approach is especially effective with visual learners (children with autism and other developmental disabilities). If you are looking for a good place to start with autism speech therapy or activities for autistic toddlers, you are in the right place!

  • Autism Speech Therapy Two Step Directions

    $6.00

    “Two-Step Directions” books/flashcards target helping young children learn to follow 2 step simple directions. Pair the visual cue with the verbal direction to increase understanding. This approach is especially effective with visual learners. Datasheets and a key for prompting are also included. I use this with my 3-5 year old students with autism.` The clear pictures have been very helpful in providing a visual cue that makes sense to the little learners. The 4 sets start with simple directions that don’t require children to get out of their chair. The later sets require movement. If you are looking for a good place to start with autism speech therapy or activities for autistic toddlers, you are in the right place!

    If you’d like to learn more about how to implement this resource, click the link below:

    7 Steps To Teaching One Step Directions To Children With Autism

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    Core + Fringe Communication Book – AAC

    Original price was: $15.00.Current price is: $7.50.

    Do you have students who do not have a robust AAC device yet? Create this DIY Core + Fringe Communication Book in the meantime! It is designed to facilitate effective communication for autistic children using the dynamic combination of core boards and categorized fringe vocabulary.

    While a robust AAC device is usually my first choice for autistic kids, a combination of core + fringe vocabulary is my second choice when the robust device is not available yet.

  • Exclamatory Sounds Flashcards

    $4.00

    Are you wondering where to start teaching expressive vocabulary to young autistic children who are non-speaking? Exclamatory words are the place to start! Exclamatory sounds/words are sounds that children often imitate before saying their first words. They are sounds that can be full of emotion, like “oh no!” and “uh-oh” and often encourage joint attention….

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    Imitating Actions With Objects For Special Education

    $4.00

    Imitation is the basis for developing new skills in all areas of development. This is especially true for learning communication and developing social skills. Babies and toddlers learn new things quickly and efficiently by cueing in and watching those around them. For autistic children, imitation is often difficult. This resource will help you start to address…

  • Common Toddler Vocabulary

    $5.00

    In this preschool-level vocabulary activity, you will find tried and true activities to encourage language development in early learners. I use these with my students with autism and other moderate to severe language delays to encourage language development. The vocabulary activity includes 60 of the most common words toddlers learn as they are developing their…