Making inferences about pictures can be a tricky task for students with autism. This resource has real pictures with people in real settings. Students with autism frequently need the real pictures as drawings can be distracting. The resource has:
16 “Where is this?” questions. Students will have to infer where the picture was taken.
15 “Predicting and Inferencing” pages. These pages will ask questions such as 'What is he thinking?", ‘How does she feel?’, ‘Where are they?’, ’ What will happen next?'
31 “Just Pictures” pages. This PDF can be downloaded on to your IPAD or printed out. These pictures are the pictures from the 2 files above combined without text. These are for coming up with your own inferencing questions for your student.
Answer key that provide a rough idea of what would correct answers would be.
This irregular plural nouns activity will keep students engaged! An alternative to worksheets, the text messages include pictures as visual support. Works on irregular plurals nouns that change vowels(man/men), word completely(mouse/mice), keeps the same spelling (moose/moose), ends in-ves (knife/knives), or different ending (cactus/cacti).
This resource includes:
26 text messages. Cut out the smartphones and laminate for durability.
Perfect for students working on following detailed directions. This bundle contains worksheets on following the following concepts:
Each concepts has 10 pages. All you need is a pack of crayons and a quiet room.
These ’How’ questions will keep things very spooky! Pictures help keep student engaged while providing visual support. ‘How’ questions can be tricky as they tap into areas such as sequencing, organization, and vocabulary.
20 basic ‘how’ questions with a Halloween and fall theme are placed on 5 pages. Pages come in color and in black and white.
Print n’ Go! All you need is a pack of crayons or markers. These worksheets target students who have difficulty following complex directions or for those working on spatial concepts. If your student is a reader, feel free to cut the instructions off on the bottom of each worksheet to ensure they are relying only on their listening skills.
This freebie has three worksheets and a spatial concepts list for students to review.
If you enjoy this freebie, check out the full version. Click this link: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spatial-concepts-worksheets-following-complex-directions-12193449]
No need to carry that deck of action cards! Help students with identifying verbs with real pictures. Perfect for children with autism or ESL students who need concrete examples. Pictures are real life examples. 38 pages. Comes in a PDF for your tablet and PowerPoint presentation for you laptop.
Verbs includes the question " Who is…"
Swimming, climbing, drinking, kissing, hugging,writing, crying, jumping, laughing,hiding, yelling, thinking,running,riding,waving,smelling,pouring,brushing(hair),pointing,cooking, kicking, looking, skating, playing, listening, walking, swinging, skiing, reading, singing, planting, sleeping, driving, sitting, typing, crawling, eating, and standing.
-Ensure you have downloaded Acrobat Reader (a free app, highly recommend) or ibooks to your IPAD.
-Download this file and then extract all files. After files are extracted, send the IPAD PDF to your email and click download. ‘Open in’ will pop up.
-Click ‘Open in Acrobat Reader’ if you have the reader app downloaded. Make sure to ‘view’ in full screen mode. Also under the view settings tab, select ‘Single Page’ view
Ensure that you have Microsoft Office Power Point installed on your computer.
Download the laptop PPT file. Open with PowerPoint and click ‘Start from Beginning’.
So silly! These cards work on correcting sentences that are just absurd! Great for receptive language and vocabulary. Laminate these cards for durability. Also includes worksheets that allow students to draw their own silly scenes before fixing the sentence!
This product includes:
32 Cards. There is a color version and a low ink version.
8 card for student to draw their own silly scenes (great to give as at home practice)
No prep, just print and grab a pack of crayons! This product includes:
10 worksheets (10 questions on each page)
3 spatial concepts sheets for you to choose from for your students to review before the activity or to keep by them while completing it. (All three come in color and black and white).
Concepts worked on in this resource are: on, under, above, between, to the left, to the right, behind, in front, inside, and next to.
Take it to the next level! Need something a little more challenging for students with difficulty following the temporal concepts ‘before’ and ‘after’? Need an activity that require advanced auditory memory and processing skills?
These five worksheets have directions that target the temporal concepts of ‘before’ and ‘after’. The directions also require an understanding of colors, size, and prepositions.
This following directions activity is great for working on 1 or 2 step directions. Real pictures are used to keep students engaged. For less visual support, use the Just Words cards. These are for students working on reading or relying on listening skills without visual help.
Laminate, then cut out boards/cards. Attach a velcro dot to the middle of the boards and on the back of cards. Mix them up and have fun!
This resource includes:
One 1-step Direction Board: For students working on following 1-step directions.
One 2-step Direction Board: Some students follow only one direction out of a two step direction. This provides visual support in completing both elements of the direction.
24 Body Movement Cards: Directions are- Say “shh”, wave your hands, touch your ear, blow a kiss, clap your hands, close your eyes, lay on the floor, stick out your tongue, stand on one foot, stand up, laugh,touch your nose, point to your mouth, touch your tummy, wink, touch your toes, jump, touch your head, raise one hand, spin around, touch the back of your head, raise both hands, cover your ears, open your mouth.
24 Just Word Cards: written version of the directions above.
These Yes and No question cards are great for children with autism. Basic items are used for students with limited vocabulary and those just starting out with the concept of answering yes/no questions. These cards use real pictures and have no distracting backgrounds. For children distracted by words and letters, the No Words version is included. For therapists/teachers on the go, the No Print version will be helpful.
This resource includes:
15 pages of yes/no questions. Each page has 4 cards for a total of 60 cards.
The No Words version of the above cards.
No Print version which is a PDF of each card that can be downloaded to your IPAD/Tablet
The items chosen for these cards were based on first words. The items used on these cards are :
Cookies, chair, dog, house, grapes, train, cat, ball, baby, book, bananas, bowl, flower, keys, socks, apple, crayons, bird, tree, car, blocks, milk, fish, hat, crackers, spoon, cow, cup, chicken, teddy bear, juice, dog.
Prescription medication labels can be confusing to read, especially since there is no standard label pharmacies use. Give your patients or students lots of practice reading different styles of real looking prescription medication labels. Then have them fill out their own medicine list to keep track of what they are taking.
What you will get in this resource:
10 prescription labels from fictitious pharmacies
Prescription medicine safety sheets for you to review with your patients or students.
A medicine list for patients/students to practice reading their own medications and keep track of what they are taking
This resource is great for SNF/hospital patients about to be discharged to home and life skills students.
These 15 worksheets are great to work on:
-Identifying which one does not belong
-Naming an item that would fit in a category
Worksheets come in color and black and white pictures. Answer key included.All you need are scissors, crayons, and glue.
The 15 categories of these worksheets are:
Food, toys, clothes, animals that live in water, body parts, farm animals, balls, things in space, things that are hot, bugs, things you wear on your feet, things you find in school, things that are cold, things for the beach, things that are hot, and furniture.
Help your students follow more challenging directions. Take it to the next level! 10 worksheets that target conditional directions such as, " If you have the letter “E” in your first name, color the boy’s shirt orange."
This is a fun, advanced activity for students to work on auditory processing. Also great for ESL children.
The instructions touch on the areas of memory, reasoning,identifying colors, rhyming, comparing, categorization, and prepositions.
All you need is a pack of crayons and a quiet room! Please feel free to download the preview and try it with your students!
Perfect for a warm-up, an activity to wind down a session or even as carryover practice at home! These quarter-fold booklet target language expansion and auditory memory.
You can also touch on the areas of predicting, categorization, topic maintenance, and problem solving.
Fold the pages into little booklets to work on:
-Ability to listen for details
-Auditory attention skills
-Ability to answer questions