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These ADL or daily living skills books are great for teaching crucial life skills while creating hands on learning opportunities. These books will capture the attention of your students and increase their participation rate. This set is ideal for special education programs especially those designed for students with autism and multiple disabilities.

These ADL or daily living skills books are great for teaching crucial life skills while creating hands on learning opportunities. These books will capture the attention of your students and increase their participation rate. This set is ideal for special

Sensory processing disorder

Sensory processing disorder can present in many different ways. This is a helpful image to allow students to see how someone might feel with this disorder. Website provides very useful information for those researching this neurological disorder.

Sensory processing disorder

Sensory processing disorder can present in many different ways. This is a helpful image to allow students to see how someone might feel with this disorder. Website provides very useful information for those researching this neurological disorder.

Secret Sight Words - kids look at the beginning sound of each picture to build sight words. Word detective fun!

every sight word included! Kids look at the picture and figure out the beginning sound and put that letter (write it with dry erase marker, alphabet magnets, letters written on bottle caps, whatever!

Practice verbs with adapted books! Fun, interactive learning. Speech Therapy. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

make a book for the linking verb TO HAVE. Student decides which pronoun (he, she,they) then must choose the correct linking verb have or has. Can throw in the student's error - haves at times.

Simply Speech: Teaching Pronouns. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

Guillermo will correctly use he/she/they and I in conversation, when prompted, during of his attempts. Guillermo will correctly match the female and male toys to the appropriate pronoun.