# The Autism Classroom

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SEN teaching with lots of workstation and adapted lesson resources.

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SEN teaching with lots of workstation and adapted lesson resources.

#### Place Setting

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This is a good matching activity for Numeracy Using and Applying or PHSE. I have used this for matching object to picture and to help set up a table for dinner time by putting cutlery in the correct place. Students could begin this activity by sorting actual cutlery into trays (use symbols where needed). Differentiation activities - ask students to match words to the activity (print and laminate). Please leave feedback and inform of any other uses for this very simple resource!

#### What the Ladybird Heard Match Activitiy

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These are great for all levels of communication and abilities- just adapt to suit. Use this as a picture to picture match, picture to photo match, picture to number match, picture to word match (even in a different language!) This example is for a maths lesson. Start by laminating A4 sheet with blank squares on half the page. Laminate pictures (2 per A4 sheet). Choose what students will match to the pictures - print and laminate to fit in blank squares. Hole punch pages and add treasury tags OR bind. I have also done a version for counting objects. Last updated Apr 1, 2016, created Apr 1, 2016

#### Push and Pull Match

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Print 2 copies of resource and laminate. Cut and use velcro to make into a matching activity. This can be used as a workstation activity or can be used as part of a science lesson with symbols for 'push' and 'pull'.

#### Adaptive Book - How Many

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These are great for all levels of communication and abilities- just adapt to suit. Use this as a picture to picture match, picture to photo match, picture to number match, picture to word match (even in a different language!) This example is for a maths lesson. Start by laminating A4 sheet with numbers on half the page. Laminate pictures (2 per A4 sheet). Laminate second sheet of numbers and cut out, add velcro to transferable numbers and opposite velcro to A4 sheet. Hole punch pages and add treasury tags OR bind. I have also done a version for 'What the ladybird heard' with blank boxes to be adapted.

#### Tracing and copying shapes

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A very simple resource - print and laminate (or can be enlarged to A3) to improve writing and fine motor skills.

#### Find the Numicon Shape

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A powerpoint resource for recognising Numicon shapes. Play slideshow from the start - click on a box to reveal part of the Numicon shape. This can be used as a 'fastest' answer first or turn taking. I have used it by showing the child a board with 2 or more Numicon shapes to choose from. It could also be used by matching symbols/photos or numbers.

#### Sequencing Snacks (sandwich, jelly, angel delight)

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This is a great resource for basic snack making as part of a food technology lesson. Print Sequencing activity and laminate. Cut pictures and velcro to matching pictures underneath. Each time the child completes a small activity within the snack making lesson instruct them to remove and place on the '1,2,3,4' empty square. Over time they should be able to find out whats next by looking at the page. Use appropriate language as each task is started.

#### Simple Match the Shape

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Print 2 copies - cut shapes out then laminate. Laminate the A4 copies. Use velcro to turn into a shape match activity. Can be used as a workstation activity or as part of a shape lesson. This activity can be extended by adding symbols to label the shapes.