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What is the Dog Doing?

The Autism Adventures of Room What is the Dog Doing?

What Are You Wearing Today? What Do I Want to Wear Today? 2 versions... 1 for home 1 for school!

What Are You Wearing Today? What Do I Want to Wear Today?

A blog that chronicles the adventures of room 83. Find many wonderful resources created for students with moderate to severe disabilities.

"How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Teaching Reading

The Autism Adventures of Room "How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Teaching Reading

The Adventures of Room 83: "I Want to Listen To..." Song Book Requesting -- PrAACtical AAC

Music/Song request book - "I Want to Listen To.

"How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Voice-O-Meter/First Then Cards/Individual Visuals - The Autism Adventures of Room 83

"How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Voice-O-Meter/First Then Cards/Individual Visuals

"How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Voice-O-Meter/First Then Cards/Individual Visuals - The Autism Adventures of Room 83

Adapted books for children with special needs (autism.)  March Interactive books are great for hands on learning

March Adapted Books

Adapted books for children with special needs (autism.) March Interactive books are great for hands on learning

Where is Abbie Going? Adapted Book for Students with Special Needs

Where is Abbie Going? Adapted Book for Students with Special Needs

I love teaching reading. I have a completely non-secret bias for teaching reading over every other subject. Exposing children with autism to academics in a way that is meaningful and beneficial is ...

Work Tasks {Reading & Spelling

Work Tasks {Reading & Spelling} - The Autism Helper

Writing is challenging for many students--especially for those with special needs. I created these visuals to use with my students with autism. These visuals are designed to help students develop an understanding of "who, what, where, and when" as well as give students ideas about what to write about using visual representation.

Writing Posters

Writing is challenging for many students--especially for those with special needs. I created these visuals to use with my students with autism. These visuals are designed to help students develop an understanding of "who, what, where, and when" as well as give students ideas about what to write about using visual representation.

Adapted books for children with special needs (autism.) Peek-A-Boo Where is the Leprechaun Interactive books are great for hands on learning to practice prepositions

March Adapted Books

Adapted books for children with special needs (autism.) Peek-A-Boo Where is the Leprechaun Interactive books are great for hands on learning to practice prepositions

"How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Communication Day 4

Adapted Books- Great tool to practice reading skills with students with autism

What Are You Wearing Today? What Do I Want to Wear Today? 2 versions... 1 for home 1 for school!

The Adventures of Room What Are You Wearing Today? make a version for shirt song

Teach students to read and comment with interactive books! These books are perfect for building functional language skills. These are ideal for students with autism, beginning readers, special education classes, self-contained classrooms and for speech therapy. Learn more:  https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/I-See-Commenting-Interactive-Books-Level-1-3152424

I See Commenting Interactive Books Level 1

Help students develop language and reading skills. This set builds the functional language and vocabulary our students need for ADL skills. The interactive b.

Imitation is key to learning. Problems with imitation and joint attention are common in individuals with autism.  #autism #imitationskills

Imitation Skills Printables for Students with Autism & Similar Special Needs

Imitation is key to learning. Problems with imitation and joint attention are common in individuals with autism.

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The Autism Adventures of Room Big vs.

*This edition is a three task board with fun chevron numbers (1-10)  Some kids need a constant visual reminder of what they are working towards. This is a great resource for any ages. I use them with fourth graders who have Autism and other differing abilities.

Working Towards Star Chart (Great for Special Ed)! Numbers 1-10 Edition

*This edition is a three task board with fun chevron numbers Some kids need a constant visual reminder of what they are working towards. This is a great resource for any ages. I use them with fourth graders who have Autism and other differing abilities.

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