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FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism

FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
FREE Special Education Morning Work for Life Skills and Autism
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Welcome to non-cluttered, large print picture pages of ‘Morning Work’ for students with autism and intellectual disabilities.

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What’s Included

There are 6 pages in the activity. The exercises to complete are filling out/circling/pointing to: name, boy or girl, my phone number, the weather today, today is, tomorrow is, yesterday was, and I feel. Very clean. Very simple.

The worksheets may be cut in half if needed. They can be used as a worksheet or laminated and made into a morning activity, folder activities, added to a binder, or whatever works best for you.


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I created these when one of my students with autism was struggling with our morning work. “Other” morning work was too difficult and too cluttered.

Directions are not written on any pages. This leaves it simple for students and versatile for teachers. Icons and words are large enough to answer by pointing if needed. Each sheet is made to be cut in half if the exercise needs to be broken down further.

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Let me know if you have any issues with this activity! Contact me with any questions you may have, and or any suggestions to make this more user-friendly. Thank you for checking this out! Scroll down to check out more interesting activities!

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