“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!
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