April 21, 2020

I've had so much fun using these activities with my students; I just had to share. Each page of the book is a detachable, full-sized card with a letter, number, or shape that looks like a road. I love to have my students drive toy cars along the road in the shape of th...

April 18, 2020

I'm trying to work on more crafting and 3D artwork projects with one of my students who enjoys art, and we had fun with this activity. We tried out different ways to "sculpt" with paper (pictured are cut, crumple, bend, twist, twirl, rip, and fold). We then chose one t...

April 15, 2020

Art activities can be a fun way to practice various skills, particularly if you're making a project about something a child is interested in, such as trains. In this activity, students can work on:

  • Fine motor skills,

  • Identifying colors (choosing the colors to...

April 5, 2020

I'm working on initial sounds of words with one of my students, so I made this sorting activity to practice the concept. The first version of the activity is just to sort the matching letters into the correct cars on the train, just to get the student used to how the s...

April 1, 2020

Picture schedules are a great way to help students with autism know what to expect in a class, during the school day, on a shopping trip, or other events.

One way to help your child or students learn to use a picture schedule is to start with a "first-then" board (also...

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