This fun magnet makes a great gift and will motivate your team to keep going! Cheer together as you cross off the last day before your much deserved spring break. If you use a dry-erase marker, you can use this magnet over and over again every year.
Shape & Size 4″ x 6″ rectangle
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“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!
“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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Have you noticed that your students are coming into school more dysregulated than ever? This Calming Kit is a great addition to your Calming Corner. If you are a parent, are you needing some visuals and strategies to help with self-regulation at home? This is for you too!
If you are like me, you have needed to use more co-regulation techniques in your early childhood special education classroom (early elementary too!). You may wonder, “how can I start teaching my young autistic students/child how to self-regulate?”. This calm down kit has a variety of visual tools to help you get started.
If you work on toilet training with young children (neurotypical or with autism or developmental disabilities), you NEED THIS!! As I searched for toileting visual supports for my classroom and to give to parents, I quickly discovered that good resources were lacking. I’m SO excited to finally release this toileting resource that I worked so hard to create. I had custom clipart made so I could be VERY clear in the social stories and visual supports. The stories and supports have a picture for EACH step: pull down pants, pull down underwear, sit on the toilet (stand to pee for boys), get toilet paper, underwear up, pants up. I had pictures made with pee IN the toilet and poop IN the toilet. This is because we need to be clear when showing autistic children what is supposed to happen in the toilet. Any of the visual supports/activities can be printed and shared with parents for the home setting.
These autism classroom quote posters are a great way to keep the things that are important at the forefront in any autism classroom! Help facilitate a positive and child-centered mindset with these 8.5 x 11 printable downloads. This set includes 14 downloadable PDFs.
Are you looking for social stories and visual supports to make the transition to and from the school bus easier for your students with autism and other developmental disabilities?
This jam-packed resource will provide you with a variety of visual supports to support your students with common issues when it comes to the bus. Whether it is transitioning to and from the bus, or challenges they face on the bus, this set of visual supports has you covered.