Autism Visual Preferences, Cut & Paste Sorting Activity, FREEBIE

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Autism Visual Preferences, Cut & Paste Sorting Activity, FREEBIE
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Autism Visual Preferences, Cut & Paste, Sorting Activity FREEBIE

Some students with autism have complex sensory integration issues and become easily overloaded. This sorting activity can help students who experience visual sensory overload to explain their visual preferences to their teachers and therapists.

Please note: this activity is for older students with autism. It does not contain pictures.

Given a visual preference sorting board divided into two sections ("I can cope with seeing" and "I get overloaded by seeing") along with word choices as part of a calming strategy technique, STUDENT will read/be read to the word choices and sort them into the categories, as measured by STUDENT input and, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.