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*This is the same product as the "Anxiety - Visuals for in-School Coping / Calming Strategies" (scroll down to find that in my store, it's available for free) but this has been RESIZED to fit on one double-sided page. The small version can also be
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Interactive story with situations and options and each associated outcome. Ideal for students on spectrum and other disabilities who struggle with social communication.
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Because I need to add paid content to this website, here is the accompanying discussion guide to "The Feathers in Calvin's Room." This is for working on higher level text-to-self-connections and making predictions. Example Questions: The Feathers In
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Same as free version but color coded and one page of visual cues instead of sentence starters to make the activity more advanced - for students no longer working on discriminating between asking and telling, and more working on generating comments
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Robot's broken button is a simple but fun story for students who have language or reading difficulties, autism, other learning disabilities, or for very early readers. This can be used in early intervention, in classrooms, in individual sessions, or
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These are the comprehension worksheets that accompany the story "Robot's Broken Button." There are 3 levels of difficulty for fill in the blank statements. The levels of difficulty vary in complexity and level of visual cueing. The worksheet
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These are the comprehension questions that accompany the story "Robot's Broken Button." There are 3 levels of difficulty based on the specificity of the question, (e.g. "Who did Robot see at the Restaurant? vs. "Where did Robot go next? Why?") as
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This is the comprehension worksheet that accompanies the story "Robot's Broken Button" and works on sequencing. Cut out the three boxes and then have the student glue them in order on the first, next, last story map.
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"The Feathers in Calvin's Room" is a simple but fun story for students who have language or reading difficulties, autism, other learning disabilities, or for very early readers. This can be used in early intervention, in classrooms, in individual
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These are the comprehension worksheets that accompany the story "The Feathers in Calvin's Room." There are 3 levels of difficulty for fill in the blank statements. The levels of difficulty vary in complexity and level of visual cueing. The worksheet
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These are the comprehension questions that accompany the story "The Feathers in Calvin's Room." There are 3 levels of difficulty based on the specificity of the question, (e.g. "In the beginning of the story, what was messy? vs. In the beginning of
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This is the comprehension worksheet that accompanies the story "The Feathers in Calvin's Room" and works on sequencing. Cut out the three boxes and then have the student glue them in order on the first, next, last story map.
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These were originally designed for students with autism but could be helpful for many students with anxiety. Pictures can be cut up and put on a key ring or left as they are. All or some can be offered to a student (ideally preemptively) so they
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Boy's Guide to Growing up is a book explaining the physical, emotional, and social changes to expect when entering adolescence. It also covers staying safe and appropriate (for example, "B.S.A.s - Bathing Suit Areas are not OK to touch, see, or
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"Z Kitten Flies to France" was originally written for a specific client with autism who was preparing to go to France with her family, but it could be used for other children for other purposes. For students with special needs / anxiety who are
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Similar to Social Thinking, this narrative is all about the "WHY" of social interaction as opposed to the "how" or "what" (which are social skills.) This was created specifically for a student who had the social skills conceptually, and when
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Four vocabulary acquisition strategies with visuals. I used this with an 8th grade student with receptive/expressive language disorder. His vocabulary was significantly below grade level and he had difficulty acquiring new vocabulary taught in
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Every therapist and teacher wants carryover and hopes for families work at home on the skills their child has been working on at school. Sometimes we send home worksheets knowing there is maybe a one in a million chance it will be completed or send
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This cognitive map assists students who give rote answers in conversation (typically 'yes') because more abstract and temporal questions like, "Did you go to the pool yesterday?", "Did you visit your Grandma last weekend?", or "Have you ever gone to
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This PowerPoint could be used with a group or individually to role-play scenarios in which young adults or adults might need to self-advocate. I used this with a 21-year-old student about to age out of his special needs school and enter a work
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Currently school-based-SLP working with verbal and non-verbal middle-school-age students. Most on the spectrum, many who use AAC. -Former ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Therapist and ABA School Aide

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I'm passionate about working with individuals with special needs, particularly ASD and AAC users. There is no such thing as too old for AAC, or language/cognitive pre-requisites for high-tech AAC. Working in the special education field, so often we need materials and activities that are so specific we have to make them ourselves. We spend so much and effort on them. What if even one other person found it helpful? That would be amazing! If we all shared for free, the world would be a better place for us as professionals and more importantly, for our students!

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