Antonia Kyritsi

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Are you familiar with Touch Math?  This visually based approach can be perfect for our learners. It embeds prompting & utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves! Today we highlight why Touch Math is great for students with Autism on our blog ~ From theautismhelper.com

This pin corresponds with course objective This resource is an appropriate mathematics technique for teaching students to add and subtract. The visual approach embeds prompting & utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves!

Hands-down one of our favorite resources - the Interactive Math Work Book Series contains 3 levels & a bundle (for those money saving lovers out there)! More of what each level includes at theautismhelper.com

Hands-down one of our favorite resources - the Interactive Math Work Book Series contains 3 levels & a bundle (for those money saving lovers out there)! More of what each level includes at theautismhe (Favorite At Work)

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I love this corner as well as the quote! I think a 'cozy corner' that encourages a positive physical environment to read in not only is a special place students can go to do so, but it also encourages reading.

This is a tactile version of Tic Tac Toe, complete with a raised grid, plush Xs and Os and braille! The entire game can be stored in the pouch that also serves as the game board. You could even add textures as dots for Braille on the letters #SensorySun

This is a tactile version of Tic Tac Toe, complete with a raised grid, plush Xs and Os and braille! The entire game can be stored in the pouch that also serves as the game board. You could even add textures as dots for Braille on the letters

Erica used a metal oil drop pan to create this braille magnet board. Add some adhesive Velcro patches and magnets and you've got a fun (and educational) play space!

Erica used a metal oil drop pan to create this braille magnet board. Add some adhesive Velcro patches and magnets and you've got a fun (and educational) play space!