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Yes or no question file folders for Autism and Special Education. Focuses on teaching Categories with Errorless learning and yes or no questions.

Yes or no question file folders for Autism and Special Education. Focuses on teaching Categories with Errorless learning and yes or no questions.

autism spectrum disorders

Autism effects a wide spread demographic. Here is some great information on Applied Behavior Analysis ABA therapy often sought out to help those with Autism

This Interactive Alphabet Notebook is a hit in the classroom and with at home daycares! Students create a fun letter themed craft while practicing their letter writing and letter words.

This Interactive Alphabet Notebook is a hit in the classroom and with at home daycares! Students create a fun letter themed craft while practicing their letter writing and letter words.

Not - Cross out items.pdf

Free speech therapy worksheets and activities (articulation, receptive/expressive language) for speech-language pathologists, teachers, parents.

Visual prompt for describing objects. Prompts student for attributes of different types. Great for children w/ language delays, autism, special education classroom.

Speech Therapy Problem Solving Scenarios & Graphic Organizer {FREE!}

Speech Therapy Problem Solving Scenarios & Graphic Organizer {FREE!}

Speech Time Fun: Super Duper Summer App Review Series! Name that Category! Plus a freebie review worksheet!

This worksheet focuses on semantic relations where children are required to name categories of items. Children then can describe the items within each category, describing how they are all related and how they are different.