Color Songs-Use in a morning circle/conversation group. Slip them into sheet protectors so they don't get too grubby. They are usually popular with the younger set. The primary objective for students with autism should be selecting the song from the Choice Menu.
Mr. Printables- very cute. free printables, number lines,
General Knowledge Questions to get a quick overview of new students and their grasp of basic information.
10 Things You Want Your Kid's Special Education Teacher to Know
Response Card A visual prompt and nonverbal response card to increase student choices and responses while they participate in daily classroom activities
School Materials Communication board to help students with low verbal abilities make requests. Worksheet Genius Design your own randomized worksheets completely free! You can’t say fairer than that. File Folder Games
Free, from Positively Autism
SEN Assist Free activities to benefit everyday life: poster, weekly behavior chart, and some very nice color coded symbols to print. Pre writing Fine Motor Skills
8 worksheets to print
from SEN Teacher.
Jan Brett Alphabet Beautiful traditional, cursive, and modern manuscript alphabet cards to decorate the classroom. Jan Brett Numbers
1-20 set of number cards to
decorate your classroom
A Sensory Approach to building a concept of Addition
Worksheets one, two, three, and four
Positively Autism provides a
printable sheet of fine motor skills
Simple Data Collection Sheets- to assess baseline knowledge. Use 2 sheets- one for the student to respond to randomly posed questions by pointing or circling answers, and one for you to quickly record results. Alternatively, use your favorite flash cards and use a sheet to record results. Test again, after instruction, to measure student progress.
Numbers 1-30, Upper Case Letters, Lower Case Letters, 10 Colors, 10 Color Words, Days of the Week, Months of the Year, Shapes, and Dolch Pre-Primer Words