January 19, 2020

If you're not familiar with the term "manding," I'll start with a brief overview of what it is, then share some ideas for how you can use this concept to help your child or student practice language and communication skills.

Autism Speaks (n.d.) offers a great descripti...

January 14, 2020

A quick post today. For a fun activity with some of my students, I bought these Star Wars Mad Libs. To help provide a visual support for nouns and verbs, I printed a sheet for nouns and for verbs, along with pictures that represented each. The student could think of th...

January 9, 2020

I was working on animal habitats with one of my students, and I (on a whim) pulled out these Star Wars planet cards that I'd made for another activity. I used them to both show him what each habitat was like and also have him pick the Star Wars planet that matched the...

January 5, 2020

I made this set of activities to teach and practice the concept of rounding to the nearest ten and hundred for one of my teenage students.

The first three pages give an introduction to the topic and are designed to be read with the student before completing the workshe...

January 2, 2020

I teach college courses for special education teachers and one of our discussion topics is about "pre-reading" activities that a teacher can do right before reading a book with students to help them with reading the book and with comprehension.

One of the concepts in th...

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