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Spelling CVC Words
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Spelling CVC Words

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Spelling CVC Words- Autism & Special Needs- great for K and students with special needs. There are 34 cards containing real life pictures on prompting word boards.The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of letters- uppercase and lowercase. Use some velcro in the middle of each blank square and on the back side of each letter. The words included are: bag, pan, fan, bed, dog, cup, car, hat, cap, pen, fox, jug, jar, nut, vet, pig, hen, cat, jam, six, bat, bus, web, can, rat, man, map, ham, ten, bug, pot, red, box, zip, fig.
FREE What I did Over The Weekend
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FREE What I did Over The Weekend

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This is a great activity for those students who have limited language and echolalia, early age and children with autism. They kids are given the choices to answer the “what” question that will help to make a short conversation about their weekend. There are 6 pages to be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one icluding picture names in border bottom and the second one including only the picture. Use velcro on the back side of each card.
FREE Easter Activity - Building Sentences
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FREE Easter Activity - Building Sentences

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Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 5 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? What Color? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the first 5 pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the colors, numbers and pictures. There is 1 page that serve as a board for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”, “what color?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences: -using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), then -using cards with only words, as shown on the title page. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
Happy vs Sad Sorting Activity for Special Education
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Happy vs Sad Sorting Activity for Special Education

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Sad vs Happy People Sorting Activity (4 pages)is great for students with autism and special needs when learning emotions and face expressions. The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut the cards out. Use some velcro on the back side of each card and in the center of each blank space on the sorting boards.
Winter Clothing - Adapted Book for Autism
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Winter Clothing - Adapted Book for Autism

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What Do I Wear in the Winter Interactive Book (25 pages) for early age, pre-K and Special Education students. The resource uses real life pictures that works greatwith students with autism. It is great for learnig the winter clothing as well as the body parts they should be used on. The pages must be printed and laminated. There are different ways to use the printables, depending on your students ability. The last 4 pages with cards must be cut out. Use velcro dots on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the pages of the book.
Hand Washing Poster FREE
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Hand Washing Poster FREE

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Do you need help to teach your students in special education to wash their hands (especially now with Coronavirus spreading all over)? This is a perfect step by step visual sequence of how to do it. Print and laminate it for hanging on the wall above a sink in a bathroom. washhands
Body Parts Photo Cards for Autism, Pecs
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Body Parts Photo Cards for Autism, Pecs

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Body Parts Photo Cards (8 pages) for Autism, Pecs, Visuals, Speech Therapy, ABA The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards- one icluding picture names in border bottom and the second one including them in border top. Use velcro on the back side of each card for pecs purpose. There are 28 cards that will help students with autism and special needs learn about their body parts. The body parts included are: arm, back, cheek, chest, chin, ear, elbow, eye, face, feet, finger, forehead, hair, hand, head, knees, legs, lips, mouth, nails, neck, nose, palm, shoulder, stomach, teeth, toes, tongue. *** 2 bonus pages are added including some body parts for different races.
What Goes Together - Association Photo Flash Cards
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What Goes Together - Association Photo Flash Cards

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Life Skills Recognition, Autism and Special Needs Activity for Speech Therapy, ABA, TEACCH This is a perfect activity for young learners and students with autism or special needs. The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut the cards out and use some velcro on the back side of each card as well as in the middle of each blank square on the matching boards.
WHAT? HOW MANY? WHAT COLOR? Adapted Book for Autism - Book 1
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WHAT? HOW MANY? WHAT COLOR? Adapted Book for Autism - Book 1

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What? How Many? What Color? Interactive Book (16 pages) for Autism, Special education, Speech Therapy, ABA, TEACCH. This is an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 10 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the question - What? How Many? What Color? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the colors, numbers and picture. The last 3 pages will serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”, “what color?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
Alphabet Cut and Paste Activity
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Alphabet Cut and Paste Activity

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Alphabet Cut and Paste Activity (27 pages), Beginning Sounds for Autism, Special Education, Kindergarten, 1st, ESL The cut and paste worksheets are meant to help children learn and recognize letters and distinguish the initial sound in a word. This is an activity for learning the alphabet. After recognizing the letter on the page, the student will pronounce the name of each picture. Then the pictures that start with that sound must be cut and pasted in the squares below the letter of the alphabet. ***You can also use this resource over and over with your students if you print the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Have the letter boards cut out as well as the picture cards. Use some velcro in the middle of each blank square and on the back side of each letter. You can make a book for your students to use when necessary. This product may be also used for students with autism and special needs.
Farm Animals Building Sentences
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Farm Animals Building Sentences

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Build a Sentence ( 22 pages)- Farm Animals, Autism and Special Needs Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what and the number of a group of items. There are 15 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the colors, numbers and pictures. There are 2 pages that serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences: -using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), as shown on the title page, then -using cards with only words. The farm animals included are: 1 pig, 1 turkey, 2 hens, 2 lambs, 2 dogs, 2 cows, 2 kids, 3 goats, 3 cats, 4 puppies, 4 ducklings, 5 kittens, 5 geese, 6 sheep, 6 horses. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
Fruit Sorting by Color
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Fruit Sorting by Color

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There are 2 pages to be printed and laminated. The cards with pictures muct be cut out. Use velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blanc square on the sorting board. It is a great activity for young children 3-5 ages as well as for students with autism and special needs.
Autism Matching Activity-Farm Animals
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Autism Matching Activity-Farm Animals

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Autism Matching Activity (6 pages) -Farm Animals- perfect for young learners and those with autism or special needs. Great for learning the vocabulary through a easy task. This easy-to-assemble activity includes 5 board pages and 3 pages with cards. These must be printed on photo paper and laminated. The cards must be cut out. Use velcro on the back side of the cards and in the middle of each blank square. The animals included are: dog, cat, pig, chicken, mouse, sheep, duck, goose, goat, cow, horse, donkey, turkey, rooster, rabbit.
Fruits Sorting by Size
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Fruits Sorting by Size

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Fruits Sorting by Size Activity- Autism & Special Needs There are 12 sets of pictures for sorting including the following fruits: apple, lime, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, pear, orange, apricot, coconut, grapes, lemon, watermelon. The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut out the cards and use some velcro on the back side. Use velcro in the middle of each blank square on the boards too.
Autism & Special Needs Activity- Matching Halves- Farm Animals
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Autism & Special Needs Activity- Matching Halves- Farm Animals

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This is a great activity (9 pages) for young children as well as for students with autism and special needs as TEACCH workstations. The file contains 2 sets of pictures -1/6 page pictures and -1/12 page pictures. There are also 2 boards for matching but you can use a larger board to use all the pictures at once. The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. The cards must be cut out. Use vecro on the back side of each half card and a bigger piece of vecro in the middle of each blanck square on the board. This can be used also as a cut and paste activity. It depends on the students` abilities.
0-30 Numbers Cards, Autism Visuals
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0-30 Numbers Cards, Autism Visuals

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The 3 pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. The cards can be used as pecs cards as well as flash cards for different sorting or matching activities.
Rhyming Words Matching Activity
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Rhyming Words Matching Activity

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Rhyming words (10 pages) is a perfect activity for young learners as well as for students with autism and special needs. The recognition of rhyme is the entry point to phonemic awareness. There is a strong relationship between rhyming ability and a child`s performance in reading and spelling. The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut the cards out following the given directions and you`ll get 36 small boards for mathing 2 rhyming words on each of them. The following rhyming words are included in this activity: bear-pear, snake-cake, box-fox, duck-truck, mouse-house, boat-goat, pan-fan, tree-bee, hat-cat, dog-log, hen-pen, snail-pail, jam-tram, plum-drum, eight-plate, tie-pie, doll-ball, car-jar, shell-bell, stool-pool, bone-phone, clown-crown, clock-lock, cap-map, money-honey, towel-bowl, can-man, mug-jug, pig-fig, blue-glue, boy-toy, bag-flag, eye-fly, four-door, train-plane, string-ring.
Spring Build a Sentence for Speech Therapy
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Spring Build a Sentence for Speech Therapy

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Forming Sentences for Autism and Special Education, Speech Therapy, OT (21 pages) Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 15 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the first 15 pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the numbers and pictures. There are 2 pages that serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences: -using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), then -using cards with only words, as shown on the title page. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
Non-Identical Sorting for Special Ed and Autism
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Non-Identical Sorting for Special Ed and Autism

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Non-Identical Sorting (10 pages) for Autism, Special Ed, Early Intervention, Speech Therapy, ABA, Occupational Therapy, TEACCH, ESL Sorting non-identical items is perfect for children who have mastered basic matching and are ready to work on more complex skills. This activity teaches organization and is an essential foundational skill that improves categorizing and discrimination. It is good for early childhood and students with autism & special needs. There are 10 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut out the boards and the cards and use velcro in the middle of each blank square on the boards and on the back side of each card. This activity includes the following groups for sorting: apples, leaves, dogs, cups, parrots, chairs, balls, cars, roses, trees.
Animals Sorting - Farm, Zoo and Ocean Animals
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Animals Sorting - Farm, Zoo and Ocean Animals

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Sorting Activity for pecial Education and Speech Therapy This is a great activity for TEACCH work system while working with students with autism or special needs. After teaching students different categories in small and whole group settings place this task in an independent work area. Learning categories is critical to language development. You can find different flash cards sets and activities in my store. There are 6 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut the boards and the cards out and use velcro in the middle of each blanc square on the boards and on the back side of each card.