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from Autism Classroom Resources

How to Make and Use Object Schedules

Do you have students who might benefit from using object schedules or using objects to communicate? I'm sharing different types of object schedules including how to help students make the shift to visual schedules. Ideas for individuals with autism, int

from The Autism Helper

Category Cards

Check out these Category Cards! The set contains 72 "Name that Category" cards and 72 "What Doesnt Belong" cards. From

Teaching kiddos strategies for counting one to one.

20 Useful #Free #Photoshop Brushes for killer work!

This is a single page visual aid that can be used to help students define and describe words. I use this to help develop and prompt expanded language - both verbally and written. I have printed mine out large and laminated it as a poster on the wall. These ideas come up in a lot of different activities that we do so it is handy to have for students to refer to both independently, and with prompting.

from The Measured Mom

Free shape identification games

These free shape games for preschool and kindergarten are great for helping kids recognize shapes in everyday objects. You get 3 different games!

from Math Geek Mama

Skittles Count and Compare! {FREE Printable Pack}

This fun and free Skittles Math printable pack is a great way to help kids practice counting as well as comparing numbers! Three different ways to use it, depending on the age of your kids!

This FREE expressive language program provides a structured way to teach vocabulary, attributes, categories, comparing, contrasting, definitions, function of objects, colors, shapes, sizes, describing, question sentences, similarities and differences, and so much more.

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Susan Berkowitz’s Free Mystery Picture Hunt for Speech and Language

Classroom Freebies: Susan Berkowitz’s Free Mystery Picture Hunt for Speech and Language