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Writing Autism

Welcome to Writing Autism! This is an excellent resource you as a parent or teacher to gather special education resources not just for challenges with autism but for other special needs. Your child will be supported with motor development and executive functioning.

Welcome to Writing Autism! This is an excellent resource you as a parent or teacher to gather special education resources not just for challenges with autism but for other special needs. Your child will be supported with motor development and executive functioning.
Decimals Tailored for the Special Needs
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Decimals Tailored for the Special Needs

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This math lesson is on decimals. Establishing what a decimal is and how to write decimals can be challenging. So, this lesson provides tools and exercises for understanding decimals. This lesson is especially for students with autism (ASD).
Interactive Reading and Writing Packet for Children with Special Needs
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Interactive Reading and Writing Packet for Children with Special Needs

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[Motor planning and reading skills for remote learning and special needs ]https://youtu.be/WQa8XGU_HIc Click on the above link to see the lesson demonstrated. Those of you who are stuck in your house and are looking for innovative ways to teach skills to your child with special needs or resources for your students requiring more support, I have posted an interactive lesson for reading and writing skills.
Distance Learning with SnapBook
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Distance Learning with SnapBook

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If you ever wondered how your student(s) would be able to gain skills in a more focused manner, the SnapBook will enable that process to occur. Take a look and see how managable the SnapBook is for you and your student (s) to gain and practice a specific skill.
How  to Engage Reading for the Autistic Child
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How to Engage Reading for the Autistic Child

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What makes SnapBooks different from other educational resources is that it focuses on one specific skill per page. Each page has one thing in common, and that is sensory and motor development. These SnapBooks can be made by you following the directions, and you will find it keeps your student (s) focused because they are interactive. These are especially made for the child who struggles with motor skills or any other developmental challenge.