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Toilet Training / Bathroom / Potty Training / Toileting (Special Education, Pre-K & Early Elementary). To help with toilet training in autism, the topics for this pack include: LEARNING ABOUT THE BATHROOM, THE ROUTINE, AFTER YOU GO, and APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORS. When you think or potty training and autism, for some people, this is a tougth task. Sometimes, you have to pre-teach! Teach much needed toileting skills before or while helping students to learn to use, ask for and behave in the bathroom correctly.
Toilet Training Skills Printables for Students with Autism & Similar Special Needs. These toilet training skills printables will work well for any students whose special needs include developmental delays or it may work for younger students in primary grades learning to be more aware of daily living skills.
The printables can be used as a unit or a they can be used daily as a discussion starter for developing toilet training skills. This packet includes toilet training skills related worksheets that require variations in response styles for many answers. (Ex. matching, cutting, circling, and pasting.)
Life skills lesson.
LEARNING ABOUT THE BATHROOM
Who is Wearing Dry Clothes?
Sitting vs. Standing
Is this Clean?
Soiled Pants, Dirty Pull-Up
In the Bathroom
How to Know if You Had an Accident
What Do You Carry to the Bathroom?
How to Know When You Need to Go…
Which is the Picture for Bathroom?
Mini Social Story
Reading the Signs
A Bathroom Routine
What Order ?
How Could She Ask for the Bathroom?
Making the Request
What Goes in This Room?
I will try…
Where to Go?
What Goes in This Room?
What does it mean to initiate?
Communicating the Need to Go
Up and Down
How Many Sheets of Toilet Paper?
What Does it Mean to Flush?
What comes first, second, third and fourth?
Expected Behaviors After Using the Bathroom
Task Analysis for Hand Washing
I am Working For It !
What’s the Deal That?
What is Wrong with flushing?
Stop Flushing Too Much
Why Can’t I Play with the Water?
Keep the Stinky Stuff in the Toilet
Missing the Target
Remember, when you think about potty training and autism, think about the many pre-skills students need and what could be taught. I hope you enjoy these worksheets to help with toilet training in autism support classrooms.
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