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Website that is similar to Boardmaker!  Super easy to use!Kuva johon voi liittää sanan esim, ohjeita tai laittaa omia kuvia

This website allows you to make a quick and easy light tech communication board. It has designed layouts as well as a library of symbols.

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Quiet Hands

quiet hands - This is a powerful article by a person with autism on stimming. I wish I had read this earlier. Shutting down the one way some people have to communicate only makes the onlooker more comfortable. If it bothers you, don't look!

The Autism Tank: Preposition Activity

The Autism Tank: autism resources and support from a special education teacher with first-hand experience.

First/Then and First/Next/Then visuals for Special Ed & Autism - free download

Print out these visuals on cardstock, laminate, and add velcro to use with a picture schedule or picture communication system. If you don't add velcro you could write on these with a dry erase marker.

Social Stories Value Pack - Special Education; Autism; Redirection; Behavior; Social Skills; Biting; Pinching; Hitting; Working; Running, etc.

Social Stories Value Pack - Great Tool for those on the Autism Spectrum

Value Pack - I have combined 6 Social Stories in this packet. Get all 6 Social Stories for a value price. Social stories are a great tool for using with students on the Autism Spectrum. Students with Autism are known to think in pictures.

Visuals for an Autism Classroom {includes over 40 visuals, visuals to label items and areas and prompt visuals are included}

Visuals for an Autism Classroom

Visuals for an Autism Classroom {includes over 40 visuals, visuals to label items and areas and prompt visuals are included}

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Behavior Wrist Cards: ★You will receive 6 Behavior Cards that are great to use with students who are nonverbal, hearing impaired, or have Autism. Wear the Behavior cards on your wrist. Show the student the picture to remind him what you want him to do.

Free Behavioral support cards for children with Autism or those who do well with visual cues. For more resources follow http://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/

Free Behavioral support cards for children with Autism or those who do well with visual cues. I would say these are good for a child who already knows pecs, can make choices or Aspergers

I think this is neat to just have handy. Instead of having to look through the big long document I or general education teachers can have this and it is easy and quick to get quick information to use within your class and teaching for these students.

I think this is neat to just have handy. Instead of having to look through the big long document general education teachers can have this and it is easy and quick to get quick information to use within your class and teaching for these students.

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