I feel lucky for Autism:
*Single page choice board template.
*Create your own picture choices with board maker, PECS, or magazine scraps.
*Have the student find items that make them feel lucky!
*Cut and paste those items to this free St. Patrick's Day themed template!
Thank you for making me feel lucky and giving me the opportunity to provide you with resources! P
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This is a fun game to work on conversational skills. This game can also be found in "Is It, A Conversation Maker Or A Conversation Breaker"
My students love playing this game. It is a lot of fun and is a great way to get them talking and responding to each other.
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"Great game to get kids conversing in pos..
IEP Goals: Given a game to play which focuses on conversational skills, STUDENT will respond to a question or topic and provide a complete sentence response containing up to two details, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a game to play which focuses on conversational skills, STUDENT will respond to a question or topic during a turn-taking interaction, while providing the opportunity for a peer to share their response without interrupting, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR
PERSPECTIVE TAKING is an important social skill for children to learn. Many children can benefit from instruction to help improve their perspective taking ability and to engage in successful social relationships.
In order to be able to take the perspective of others, we need to understand that people have thoughts and feelings that may be different from our own. We need to understand that our ..
IEP Goals: Given a negative or positive age appropriate social scenario, STUDENT will identify the problem, say why it may have happened, describe how the person is feeling or what he/she is thinking, and provide a solution by writing, drawing, or verbally stating a resolution, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Some children struggle to make eye contact when engaging in conversation with others. This may cause discomfort, confusion or misunderstandings with others.
Whether we are the speaker or the listener, it is expected that we look at the person we are engaging with. However, for some children, making eye contact is not only difficult, but physically very uncomfortable.
These supports will hel..
IEP Goals: Given a visual guide to encourage eye contact during a conversation, when responding to or asking a question of an adult or peer, STUDENT will increase length of time of maintaining contact by ____%,
in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
SOCIAL STORIES are a great way to teach important skills to children who are struggling to understand a particular social concept such as handling FRUSTRATION.
Social stories use clear, concise language to break down information into small, explicit steps that help children understand what they should or should not do in a given situation.
But reading a story is only doing part of the job. ..
IEP Goals: Given a social story and follow-up activities (game/stay calm plan/self-stated calming strategies/coloring pages) related to coping when feeling frustrated, STUDENT will complete the tasks with________(verbal or visual prompts/independently), with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Getting to know others and developing friendships is so important. Remembering facts and information about others is an important SOCIAL SKILL for children.
Remembering things about friends, helps children to engage in play and conversations, in a meaningful and appropriate way. It is important for children to develop perspective taking by thinking about others likes and interests.
IEP Goals: Given a visual guide to display positive friendship behaviors, STUDENT will provide up to six details that can be part of a topic for a conversation with a peer, by writing or verbally stating the responses, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Do you have students who struggle to demonstrate Good Friend behaviors?
Do they yell at kids and/or use a rude tone?
Do they accuse kids of cheating and being unfair?
Do they ignore kids or walk away from them?
Many children who engage in these behaviors are unaware that they are actually pushing away potential friends. Others, are aware, but lack the skills needed to display Good Friend..
IEP Goals: Given a social skills checklist to self-assess ____________(STUDENT'S NAME) behavior towards peers, STUDENT will mark or check each action or interaction listed as it occurs, or at the end of the school day, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Yes/No Questions Worksheets for Special Ed, Speech Therapy, ABA, TEACCH, great activity to target basic yes/no questions, good for students with autism and special needs after having learned the food vocabulary.
There are 9 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Have the students answer the questions and circle the right answer. Use dry erase markers to write on the cards.
IEP Goals: Given a familiar picture of an object, STUDENT will provide a "yes" or "no" response to a questions asking, "Is this a _________?", with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Bunny Rabbit Basic Concepts Match Sequence FREEBIE for students with autism and special education needs.
1 Match worksheet
1 Cut & Paste "What's next?" worksheet
1 Information page
Rabbits are for life, not just for Easter!..
IEP Goals: Given a picture of an object, STUDENT will independently match the identical object, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a simple sequence or pattern to complete, STUDENT will choose the correct picture in order to complete the pattern, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
"Wh" Questions- What, Where, When, Who, Why cards.
30 Easy Prep clip cards- just print, laminate & cut. Your students will use clothes pins to show their answers.
IEP Goals: Given a "wh" question and two response choices, STUDENT will mark, point to, say, or identify the correct response using a voice output device, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Punctuation read and match worksheets.
If you have students who are reluctant to write then these Circle to Match sheets are great for them -all they have to do is circle their answer.
10 No Prep worksheets.
Use this engaging scene & corresponding activities to target the following concepts:
- WH Questions
- Following directions
- Nouns & pronouns
- Answering open-ended questions
- Formulating sentences
- Conversation skills
Includes (in color and black & white)
Earth Day scene
WH Questions to ask about the scene
1-step, 2-step, 3-step directions to us..
IEP Goals: Given activities related to a topic or theme to enhance language development, STUDENT will ___________(respond to "wh" questions/follow directions/identify past and present tense verbs/identify prepositions/possessive nouns and pronouns/answer open ended questions), with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Perspective Taking- Understanding Feelings Social Skills cards for students with autism and special education needs.
This set contains 30 Easy Prep clip cards- just print, laminate & cut
IEP Goals: Given a brief written social scenario and a choice of two emotions, STUDENT will mark, say, point to, or indicate on a voice-output device, the emotion he/she would most likely feel, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.