------- Sentence Maker with Visual Supports… Perfect for Students with Autism!-------
Having meaningful activities in your classroom for independent work stations, direct teacher instruction, or daily warm ups is important. This is perfect for that!
Visual Supports for Writing
can really make the difference between meaningful writing and passive task completion. Using this sentence maker supports students who are still working on prewriting skills or that need lots of support to produce writing samples.
Included in this printable are:
--> 12 Visual Writing Prompts
--> Sentence Stem: ‘The ____ is ____.’
--> 28 Visual Icons for Sentence Building
Picture supports are not identical to the visuals in the photo prompt, so students have to generalize and think deeper.
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