Move it or Lose it! {Visual Emotion Cues}

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PreK - 5th
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Children with autism or special needs sometimes struggle with understanding emotions. They benefit from using visual cues to practice the facial expressions associated with emotions. This helps social skill development, communication, and behavior.

Incorporating movement and imagination into your classroom routine can help improve attention and behavior enabling your students to be more engaged learners! These activities are fun for all students!

This resource is a set 36 visual cue cards for different emotions. The cue cards are circles and be easily mounted on a popsicle stick for use.

Work on social skills, imagination, turn taking, receptive/expressive language, motor imitation, and following directions!

Great for indoor recess, transition times, and break time!

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for more resources, tips, and materials to help you help children with autism please visit The Autism Helper

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