Activities for autistic children
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Description Sorting by color activity with real pictures is great for occupational therapy and early intervention. This will provide your students with hands-on practice by sorting colors with familiar objects. Click here for Color Sorting with no picture prompts. Click here for Matching Colors Boom Cards. The pages must be printed and laminated. Cut out the sorting boards and the cards and you`ll get 3 sets of boards and 72 cards - 6 cards for each of the 12 colors included (white, black…
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Use these 21+ activities for a nonverbal autistic child at home, in the classroom or in your therapy practice to teach new skills.
willie williams saved to Autism
The best sensory toys for kids with autism that you need for your home, classroom or therapy practice. List created by an autism therapist.
Deb Pender saved to Counseling Children
Are you in need of free printables for autistic children? These free printable PECS can be used to create a visual schedule at home or school.
You know my love for all things Pete! My students adore him and his fun stories year after year. This year for meet the teacher night, I wanted to mix things up a bit and do a theme. Thankfully, a Pete the Cat theme wasn’t too hard to incorporate thanks to Learn 365 from Oriental […]
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Activities For 2 Year Old Autistic Child WhatToGetMy Instructional Article Having an autistic 2-year-old child might make your everyday life seem stressful, and it can become very overwhelming because you are unsure how and when to connect and communicate with them. Thankfully there are many support groups, professionals, and information websites that can help, and … ACTIVITIES FOR 2 YEAR OLD AUTISTIC CHILD Read More »
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Wonder about behaviors typical to kids with Autism and want to know why they do that? Read on and learn more! || Why do kids with Autism Do That?
Maria S Madrigal saved to autism saved by Silvina
Easy fine motor activity using cotton balls + clothespins that you probably already have lying around house. A fun, sensory way to build fine motor skills!
Ahcheer saved to Fine motor activities
Hundreds of sensory bin ideas for kids of all ages - babies, toddlers, preschool, kindergarten, and even older kids!
Jessica Withers saved to Occupational Therapy