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This mega pack contains TONS of resources to help your students learn how to successfully answer who, what, where, when, and why questions. This skill can be a struggle for children with autism, cognitive impairments, or speech disorders. Using
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Categorizing is an essential skills that teachers organization, vocabulary, discrimination, and more. These task cards take categorizing to the next level and target a wide range of IEP goals. The basic category cards work on a identifying a wide
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Working on identifying items by feature or function is an essential skills that teachers organization, vocabulary, discrimination, and more. These task cards take feature and function to the next level and target a wide range of IEP goals. The huge
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This is an adapted work to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. The book has 5 pages with 2 groups on each page - so 10 total groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to
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Students with autism struggle with conversation skills. Many children have difficulty coming up with novel questions, staying on topic, and asking reciprocal questions. This resources provides targeted and on topic questions on 48 different specific
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Help students who struggle with verbal language answer questions! Using visuals can help teach students to respond to questions and comments independently. These visual questions have picture response options. Students can use the picture to answer
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Help students who struggle with receptive language expand their skills! Go beyond basic receptive language comprehension and work on more advanced language skills. These interactive tasks are perfect to build listening comprehension for students
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Work tasks are a key component in any classroom! These can be utilized as teaching tools and as independent work tasks. In order to create an effective work task system - you must create a large number of varied work tasks that are visual and
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Each classroom has countless routines embedded into each day! Some children struggle to follow these basic classroom procedures. Save yourself some stress and use visuals!! Children with special needs, ESL learners, or young children will benefit
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Responding to who, what, where, when, and why questions can be extremely challenging for children with autism, cognitive impairments, or speech disorders. Practice answering questions using these fun bingo games! Using visuals, multiple examples,
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Instructions and printables to make 8 file folder activities to work on association and function! Non-identifcal matching helps teach students to sort items based on common features. This is an essential foundational skill that improves categorizing
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It is essential to raise awareness about autism in a way that is respectful and beneficial for the school community. It's important to provide our students with resources at their level when explaining autism and to provide all students with
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The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS) is a great source to determine the level of functioning of your student, identity future goals, and track progress. The ABLLS-R is a great assessment however it can be difficult to collect
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This unit includes tons of fun games, printables, flashcards, and an adapted book to help your students learn about common community signs. Here is what's included: - 16 Flashcards with definitions - What Should I Do? A multiple choice adapted
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This adapted book is great to work on the 'how' question and sequencing. This book works on the essential skills of making inferences, vocabulary, and question answering. Each page follows a similar routine and is interactive. This book has 12 pages
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This adapted book is great to work on identifying attributes and making inferences for children with less verbal skills. This book works on the essential skills of making inferences, building vocabulary, and question answering. Each page follows a
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Make science fun and interactive with these visual and engaging file folder activities! This packet contains directions, labels, and resources to create 12 hands on activities. File folder activities are great because they are hands-on and easy to
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Instructions and printables to make 6 file folder activities to work on learning about emotions! It is essential to teach students not only how to identify their emotions but also what causes these emotions. These activities are a great way to work
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This packet contains goal sheets and data forms for a wide range of types of discrete trial data. Just print and you are completely ready to run a discrete trial skill acquisition program! Each goal sheet details specifically how to run the
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This mega pack contains TONS of resources to help your students learn how to successfully categorize. This skill can be a struggle for children with autism, cognitive impairments, or speech disorders. Using visuals, multiple examples, and structure
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I was a special education teacher for 10 years in a high needs school in a self-contained classroom. I now work full time as a consultant and trainer. I work as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) helping parents and teachers develop effective programs for their learners with autism.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Special education teachers have a busy job! We need to incorporate life skills instruction, social skills training, academic teaching, communication systems, behavior management, hygiene training, inclusion, expressive/receptive language instruction, and fine/gross motor practice into one busy day. Each child's curriculum is developed specifically for them based on their IEP goals. Organization is key with this much going!

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My website The Autism Helper was named one of the top 30 blogs for teachers!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). I have a Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelors in Special Education from Miami University of Ohio.

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