Using Visuals in Special Education and Autism Classrooms. We all use them, but do we use them effectively? Great information and pictures. Go to: http://theautismhelper.com/use-visuals-purposefully-effectively/
Follow Directions- Read the directions and add the details to the map. Fun activity to get students familiar with how a map works while teaching them how to follow directions! Perfect for the beginning of the 2nd grade school year!
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.
FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains more than 15 high quality, beautifully designed communication boards with speech output (children's voices) and can be used on the free Pogo Boards iPad app. Printable files are also included for a low-tech option! #autism #BHSM #AAC