This unit is a fun and interactive way to celebrate fall while addressing more than 70 ABLLS-R objectives. This unit contains two parts. The first part is a series of sensory-motor activities related to fall. The second part contains printables designed to address a variety of ABLLS-R objectives. This product was updated in October 2017. It now has 158 pages.
I developed this unit while teaching a special education class for young students with autism. The sensory-motor activities are designed for active learning and they provide opportunities to address language development goals through natural environment teaching.
Sensory-motor activities included:
Stomp some leaves
Drop some leaves
Rake some leaves
Find some nuts
Bobbing for apples
Keywords: ABLLS-R, language development, special education, preschool, language delays, autism, intellectual disability, speech and language, fall, autumn, The Deane's List