DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE One paint stick per color. Lots of clothes pins in each color for sorting and fine motor practice!
Disregard the horrible arrowed letters at the bottom. Use wikki stix pieces or play doh at top, stamps in middle and broken crayon to write. No need to worry about writing lines until formations are mastered :)
This FREE School bus name puzzle from Totschooling is a perfect way to start the new school year. Children can learn how to recognize and spell their name while completing a picture of a school bus. This free printable is suitable for names of any length.
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.
How do you teach common signs? Edmark was a little too tough for my kids at first. So we start with matching sign to sign binders- then word to sign ! It's a little more interactive and keeps things engaging!