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TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Give your non-readers a chance to enjoy reading independently with these easy readers. I see a. Speech Therapy, Special Education, Autism - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read. Life Skills Classroom, Autism Classroom, Special Education Classroom, Autism Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Autism Preschool, Life Skills Activities, Speech Language Pathology

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Give your non-readers a chance to enjoy reading independently with these easy readers. "I see a..." Speech Therapy, Special Education, Autism

Thought for the Day: We are all unique Teaching Style, Special Education Classroom, Projects To Try, Thoughts, Night, Gallery, School, Day, Unique

Thought for the Day: From Ms O'Connor's Class

Thought for the Day: We are all unique #specialed

I used this with a student in a Functional Skills High School class. He struggles with verbs. It was a good resource for him. Autism Activities, Autism Resources, Therapy Activities, Educational Activities, Classroom Activities, Therapy Ideas, Life Skills Classroom, Autism Classroom, Special Education Classroom

Autism Adventures

Ah ha! Here is my new adapted book! This is a fun one… I used my brother as a real life model! I needed to create some materials to re-enforce some of my vocational and life-skill lessons within my classroom. This book helps identify different common household chores. Here is a preview to my newest …

Learn how to make and use an experience book to boost language and literacy skills in toddlers, preschoolers, and children with language disorders. This would be good for attention-seeking replacement behaviors as well as language development. Kindergarten, Preschool Literacy, Literacy Skills, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Preschool Activities, Montessori, Reggio, Language Development

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Learn how to make and use an experience book to boost language and literacy skills in toddlers, preschoolers, and children with language disorders. This would be good for attention-seeking replacement behaviors as well as language development.

Adapting Creatively: Adapting Picture Books for Lap Reading Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy, Language Activities, Learning Activities, Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Preschool Special Education, Elementary Education

Adapting Picture Books for Lap Reading

I’m just a big kid at heart because I love picture books as much as any child! There are so many great picture books available, with great ...

Usually I use wind ups for intraverbals but you can use a switch for non verbal kiddos. :) 10 SLP Ways to Play: Wind Up Toys Speech Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Speech And Language, Articulation Activities, Speech Delay, Speech Room, Speech Language Pathology

10 SLP Ways to Play: Wind Up Toys

Next up in my '10 ways to play' series is the super fun wind up toy. I have a handy dandy box of wind up toys that are worth their weight in gold. Wind up toys

Guidelines for using the preferred learning medium to design a communication system for students with multiple disabilities and visual impairments Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Learning Environments, Media Communication, Effective Communication, Educational Psychology, School Psychology, Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language

Using the Preferred Learning Medium to Design a Communication System

Guidelines for using the preferred learning medium to design a communication system for students with multiple disabilities and visual impairments

A great behavioural tool is the {first- then} principle. First you do the work (or nonpreferred activity), then you do bubbles (preferred activity, or highly motivating activity) Special Kids, Teaching Aids, Special Education Classroom, Sensory Activities, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy, Autism, Literacy, Preschool

A great behavioural tool is the {first- then} principle. First you do the work (or nonpreferred activity), then you do bubbles (preferred activity, or highly motivating activity)