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Power Cards are often used with Autistic children, but I believe they can be helpful for all children. Power Cards are highly visual and they contain short blurbs or lists of information that will help a child in various situations that he may come across.

Power Cards are often used with Autistic children, but they can be helpful for all children. Power Cards are highly visual and contain short blurbs or lists of information that will help a child through various situations.

Calm Down Techniques will help you teach your students strategies to calm down when they are upset. It includes a class read aloud, calm down posters, calm down cards, yoga cards, deep breaths visual, book list, positive notes, and more!

Calm Down Techniques - Books, Posters, and Supports

Lennae This is great for those students who get upset during class time. The teacher can give this little booklet to them and they will be able to chose what will help them calm down.

Teach your kids to apologise the right way and mean it!

The Four Part Apology; how to help your kids learn to apologize. I always have my students tell what they are apologizing for. This 4 step approach would really be helpful!

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Signs of Autism

Autism - My daughter has all these, although they have greatly improved after years of intensive therapy and work. She was diagnosed at 2 as "profoundly autistic", and just had the diagnosis revised to Asperger's Syndrome ("high-functioning autism").

Use color swatch for anger management - I love that each one could be personalized for each student

Use color swatch for anger management. I LOVE this to help some of my anger management clients track where they are. This could be used with other feelings too - blue for sadness.

Free printable empathy game to help kids develop empathy for others

Empathy Game: A Tool to Teach Kids to Be Considerate {Free Printable

Free printable empathy game to help kids develop empathy for others. This is a great resource if you teach students with ANY type of special learning needs. Read more and get this FREE resource at: www.

Visual Prompts for Lining up at the Door

Visual Prompts, Schedules and Supports

Visual Prompts, Visual Schedules and Visual Supports for Children with Special Needs: Classroom Adaptations for Visual Learners via RainbowsWithinReach

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