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What Vehicle Do You See? and Free Big/Small Vehicle Sort

I love using adapted books with my students because they are engaging and make learning fun while still working on important language skills.  I try to pick themes or topics which interest my students while still focusing on different skills sets they need.  Recently,...

Moving Beyond Requesting (Part 1): Feature, Function, & Category

This is the first post in a seven part series about building vocabulary to support increasingly complex language tasks both receptively and expressively. Many of our students are nonverbal or limited-verbal communicators. For some, picture exchange is a useful and...

Spring Animal Language and Learner Lessons

I love this time of year when you start to hear the birds and frogs outside and the weather is a bit warmer.  I think everyone can use a little freshen up and sunshine here lately!  I recently took a trip to the Dollar Tree and it did not disappoint.  While I don’t...

Behavior Task Cards

I love teaching and working on social skills with my students.  I’m a big fan of Michelle Garcia Winner and incorporate a lot of her Social Thinking concepts and vocabulary terms when working on these important skills.  I think one of the foundational skills to work...

Preposition Boards

Learning prepositional concepts is so important for our students but also a challenging skill to teach.  I always have students who are working on this skill.  I would say one of my most go to goals I write for my students involves understanding and following...

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