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Autism Calm Body Cards
Autism - Calm Body Cards help students learn the steps to control their emotions during a stressful time.  There are two FREE cards included, one for a boy and one generic.  SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT: Given a visual reminder card with steps for a calm body, STUDENT will access the visual reminder card and successfully use self-monitoring to follow the steps for a calm body, in 80% of oppo..


IEP Goals:
Given calming strategies to self-regulate and use proactively before behavior escalates (feeling overwhelmed), STUDENT will actively use these strategies and ask for a break as needed, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Autism Emergency Alert Cards
This free download contains a wallet size card for the person with autism & their carer, and a larger card for your car. After searching unsuccessfully online to find an Emergency Alert card to carry when out and about in the community with my teenage son, I made this product. I strongly believe such cards should be made available FREE to people with autism, their parents and carers. If ..


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This is a resource for families. There are no IEP goals associated with this free product.
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Autism Handout Cards - Autism / ASD - Daughter / Son
This pack includes: * 2 pages of 9 credit card sized cards * 1 page consists of DAUGHTER cards * 1 page consists of SON cards - PDF and ready to print - Designed to be small enough to carry when out and about - This has been made to handout and make others aware - Print, laminate, and trim :) Follow our page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/asdpecs Website: www.autimsy..


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PARENT RESOURCE courtesy of Autism Symbol Solutions
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Behavior ABC's Visual with Strategies
Quick reference Behavior ABC's Visual with antecedent, behavior, and consequence strategies...


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TEACHER RESOURCE: Behavior ABC's Visual with Strategies
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Behavior Badge Card
The Behavior Badge Card, created by Jenna Leopard, is a visual support for students with behavioral needs, such as those with Autism. The behavior badge card is worn by the instructor for an individual who needs a silent visual reminder of where his behavior is in relation to where it needs to be. Laminated, the behavior badge card is worn on the instructors id with a paper clip. The paper clip ac..


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Given visuals and strategies to help manage anger, STUDENT will use a more socially acceptable means of conveying anger, by quietly telling the teacher or other authority figure what is causing the anger, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Behavior Social Story
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Behavior Social Story: A social story mini-book on how to handle frustration in color and black & white. Enjoy! I would appreciate it if you took the time to leave a rating and feedback for this free product. ..


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Given a social story providing solutions when feeling frustrated or upset, STUDENT will refer to these strategies, over the course of a six week period as an incident occurs, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Buggy clip cards FREE
Buggy Clip Cards are designed to help students learn how to count and make the association between a number and its quantity. Tasks can be for individual or small group work..


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Given objects to count up to 10, STUDENT will demonstrate one-to-one correspondence by clipping, marking, pointing to, saying, or indicating on a voice-output device, the correct number, out of a field of three, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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CAPITALS FIRST! Freebie
Free Sample - 6 pages Do you like the visually evident single stroke formations of Handwriting without Tears but want your children to learn on 3-lined primary paper? Print Path letter font is compatible with Handwriting Without Tears materials but allows your children to learn formations on the paper they are most likely to encounter.. A succinct scope including research based best practices ..


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Given handwriting instruction and daily practice, STUDENT will produce correct and legible letter formations in daily writing, 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given Print Path handwriting instruction and an alphabet model, STUDENT will produce 24/26 correct uppercase formations.
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Category Match Up
Category Match Up: A single page, printable worksheet. Draw a line from the 14 pictures to the correct location - classroom, outside, or in the house. ..


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Given pictures of a location and people or objects that are usually associated with those places, STUDENT will complete a task by drawing a line to connect each person or object to the correct location, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Cavemen & Dinos Themed Barrier Game
Cavemen & Dino Themed Barrier Game: Barrier games are a favorite among clinicians and students. They are a great way to incorporate many skills: expressive skills (giving directions), receptive skills (following directions), and social skills. Includes: Scene with 12 separate pieces Page including directions to give with the scene Target: - Vocabulary: e.g. Put the bone on the volcan..


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Given a game or activity played with one peer, STUDENT will wait his/her turn without speaking out or protesting, in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a game or activity played with one peer with an adult asking questions related to the game, STUDENT will provide a descriptive response using a noun, verb, or adjective, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Center Daily Sheets - Differentiated
I'm sharing the Center Daily Sheets - Differentiated that I use with my students who have Autism. Each section is clearly seen for those students who need it. It also offers participation despite students having trouble with their motor skills. I will use a highlighter to print a student's name or the date, so they can trace it until they are able to do it on their own. I've found using a highligh..


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Given a daily, repetitive activity within the classroom setting, STUDENT will complete the task by writing his/her name, marking the day, month, year, and weather on that given day, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Christmas Countdown Chart & Sensory Overload Poster, FREE
Free Christmas Countdown Calendar Chart for students with autism and special needs who may be anxious or confused about Christmas approaching (and don't like traditional advent calendars) Also included is a No Christmas Zone poster for your class, calm down, or sensory rooms for students who become overloaded by too much sensory input at Christmas time, and need a quiet space without trees, lig..


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FREE resource courtesy of our Education Team Member, Curriculum for Autism
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Clinton and Trump Election Worksheet
Here's a freebie for your students to research and complete! This is part of our 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION Activities set. (CLICK on the "Choose Related Products tab to see all!) ALL learners can become involved and learn about the election process. Enjoy! ..


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Given a research activity in order to compare/contrast two public figures (Presidential nominee), STUDENT will access a variety of resources, which may include the internet, books, or media, in order to write ________ one complete sentence/on word in order to answer the questions, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
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clock file folder task
*clock file folder task* This resource includes a clock face, interactive minute circles, hour hand, minute hand, and photos of a completed file folder task. Cut out, Laminate, Add Velcro, and enjoy the Inspired by Evan Autism Resources learning task! ..


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Given an analog clock and a time of the day or night, STUDENT will moove the hour and minute hands on the correct numbers in order to represent the time, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Counting With Fingers Up To 10 for Autism/Special Education/Pre-K/Kindergarten
Counting with your fingers is one of the most common strategies for children to learn to count, as well as to reinforce one-to-one correspondence.  With easy to count images, your students will count and identify the correct number.  This file folder activity is easy to assemble and use in your classroom today!   Enjoy! Terms Copyright © AutismEducators.com. All rights res..


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Given a set of counting manipulatives (pictures, drawings), STUDENT will touch and count each card up to 10, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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