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Power Core Words at Home and in School

If you know us here at the Autism Helper, you know our passion for increasing and encouraging communication!  Everyone has a right to communicate, and it is our job as educators, therapists, providers, parents, assistants (ie: everyone) to find ways do this!  Now, as...

What Color is the Vehicle? Adapted Book and Free Vehicle Themed Bingo Games

I’ve been using my vehicle themed adapted books paired with a variety of vehicle themed activities to work on all sorts of language skills with my students.  This week I’m using the book “What Color is the Vehicle?” to work on color concepts while also learning common...

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...

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