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This was a social story I wrote specifically for a student that was aging out of high school. This was something we read with him to prepare him for the changes to come. Please feel free to edit the names and specific details of the story for it to
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We use this activity to write a recipe for up to 5 steps. The boxes are for students to cut and paste pictures for my non-readers. My readers write in the steps. We then have the student read and perform the recipe. We use these weekly with our
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This is a fun activity to teach students about following directions. I have included pictures to make this user-friendly for readers and non-readers. I have done this several times. Wet the shirts before dyeing and they will hold the color better.
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This scavenger hunt is one we use around the holidays when we take a trip to the mall. It is a visual list so it is appropriate for all levels. Students must circle items when they find them.
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These were made specifically to be used with a female student. We printed the cards on cardstock, laminatedd them and wear them to daily on a bracelet or key ring to reinforce the student using visual supports.
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We used this activity when on a field trip to our local farmer's market. Students have to match the pictures to real life produce and write the price of each item. This was fun and engaging and something that all levels were able to complete with
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This activity teaches the sections of the grocery store and emphasizes the dollar up technique when purchasing items. I use this when when shopping for our Thanksgiving feast in the actual grocery store, but it could also be used by using grocery
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This form was created specifically for our autism and special needs classrooms. It allows us to track behaviors and keep a detailed record of interventions used.
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This was something I used at the beginning of the school year to familiarize my students with the layout of the classroom. This is editable to be specific to your classroom. We set a timer and had the students race to complete it. The first one to
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This is a great resource to use when teaching the value of numbers and counting activities. This can be used with any kind of counter or physical manipulative. I have mine laminated and bound and use them in my independent work centers that require
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I use this form to give the office when my class is going on a community outing. It is written documentation of who is out, where we are going, when we are expected to return and whom to contact in case of an emergency.
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This grocery list is entirely visual to accommodate my non-readers. It is one we use specifically when shopping for items for our Thanksgiving feast.
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This is a motivation system created specifically for one student. I laminated it and added velcro movie tickets to earn each day. I use a dry erase marker to write in the movie and bought a roll of tickets from the dollar store to use as "movie
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This is a form I send home at the beginning of each school year to keep record of personal information and emergency contacts for each student. I keep these in a class notebook for my personal records.
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This form is used to give my students extra practice writing their personal information. We do this form weekly to practice maintenance of the skill.
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I use this activity when creating a trail mix. Students either write in ingredients or copy and paste pictures in. They have to decide how much of each ingredient they want to add, we then let the students read this to create their own trail mix.
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I use these in my exercise center. They allow each student to look at the picture and complete the exercise pictured on the card. These are great for readers and non-readers. I keep mine in a recipe box and students complete 3 exercises at a time. I
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This activity is for my higher level students. There are no visuals so this is only for readers. We use it when shopping for our Thanksgiving feast. It teaches the sections of a grocery store, menu planning and dollar up technique. It could also be
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This visual recipe is great for readers and non-readers. When making the ice cream it is important to use freezer bags for best results! My students loved this recipe! Even substituted milk with coconut milk for my dairy-free student!
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This visual recipe can be used for readers and non-readers! Only equipment needed is a microwave! My students loved hanging their ornaments in the classroom for all to see!
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I have worked with individuals with autism spectrum disorder for most of my life. I have worked as an Applied Behavior Therapist, Educational Tutor, Behavioral Shadow, Teaching Assistant and now am teaching my own classroom. I have taught the high school level for 3 years now and am eager to share my experiences and gain insight from more seasoned teachers as well!

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