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30+ Activities for Kids with Autism | We’ve got over 30 fun ideas, games, and activities to help develop your child’s social skills, speech and communication skills, and gross and fine motor skills, as well as provide him a way to release physical energy and find ways to calm down and self-regulate. Perfect for bad weather days, we’ve included worksheets, task boxes, and art projects!

30 indoor activities for kids with autism to develop social, communication, and fine motor skills while also releasing energy and teaching self-regulation!

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Executive functioning strategies in an IEP are essential if a child struggles in this area. Without assistance, it will permeate all other areas of their schoolwork. Here are some tips for implementing in an IEP or special education.

Reading, Writing & Math Help for Dyslexia, LD & ADHD » 18 Auditory Processing Activities You Can Do Without Spending a Dime!

Reading, Writing & Math Help for Dyslexia, LD & ADHD » 18 Auditory Processing Activities You Can Do Without Spending a Dime!

Why Does My Kid Cover their ears

One educator turned stay at home mom attempts to explain Sensory Processing: The Auditory System and its importance for growth and development in kids.

Play-Doh is great for use during speech therapy sessions because it is cheap…

Using Play-Doh in Speech Therapy Play-Doh is great for use during speech therapy sessions because it is cheap, fun, and can be used to target pretty much any speech and language objective.

Autism effects a wide spread demographic. One therapy that is often sought out to help those effected with Autism. ABA refers to Applied Behavior Analysis. It used to be referred to as behavior mod…

Autism effects a wide spread demographic. Here is some great information on Applied Behavior Analysis ABA therapy often sought out to help those with Autism

Level 2: Expressive Language Teaching the ability to answer yes and no is extremely important and functional. Think of how often ask our students questions that require a yes or no response. The idea of yes and no is somewhat vague. The answer highly depends on the question and we need to ensure that our …

This is something so small and yet can be very influential. These are homemade communication-bands that can be used for children with intellectual disabilities giving them greater opportunity of control.