Articles from Literacy for Children with Autism

Literacy is not only the ability to read and write. It’s the ability to communicate effectively. It’s the ability to connect and interpret the world you live in. It’s the ability to be part of a community. If you can give that gift to your students, there is truly nothing more powerful or important. This blog series will take you through emerging literacy with topics such as building receptive vocabulary and teaching categorization skills all the way to traditional literacy where we will explore best practices for assessing reading comprehension, how to improve oral reading fluency, and much more!

How to Organize all of the STAR Materials

As we head into winter break, my number one goal is to be prepared and ready for resuming school in January, whether it be in person or remote. Using my plan time efficiently has been a main focus while working from home. Staying organized, on top and ahead of lesson...

Adapted Books Within the Classroom!

Have you seen Sarah’s AMAZING adapted books?  If you have been wanting to try them out, now is the time.  There are so many benefits to using adapted books besides the language it encourages.  I use adapted books with all children because the amount of motivation...

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