Worksheets that Work {TAH in Your Class}

Worksheets that Work! I love worksheets. Yes, I’ll repeat that. I love worksheets. I love making worksheets and seeing how you use them with your students! They are such an effective way to get students working and to evaluate progress. Earlier this year, we asked you all for pictures of The Autism Helper Resources in your classroom! I was overwhelmed by the amazing photos I received from all of you! It warms my heart to see all of my resources well-used in your classrooms! From the amount of pictures I was sent of worksheets I created, I can tell you all love worksheets too! Here is a group of the most popular used among you all.

Community Worker Unit Flashcards! 

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Recycling Unit Following Direction Pages

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Wh- Question Visual Worksheets! Love these 🙂

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Look at these fully filled in data sheets!

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 Here are calendar worksheets that one teacher says goes perfectly with their morning calendar group on the smartboard. This teacher has a classroom with students with a variety of disabilities, mostly intellectual disabilities, autism, and multiple disabilities. She says her classroom is unique because she co-teaches full-time with a speech-language pathologist (her so called “partner in crime!”).

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I love the way they innovatively use these worksheets. Sometimes they call it a “quiz” and then check their answers together with the students, or they fill it out together as they go along. She says this works great to help keep her students focused!

I can’t help but smile at this answer to the right. It’s great to see that someone is motivated to earn their tickets! Sometimes with cute and goofy answers on homework sheets you can’t help but laugh and we all know that these responses can make our day. So here’s to many more chuckle-worthy responses from our students!

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From the looks of this picture, I’m not the only one who loves worksheets. This little one is doing a great job getting her coloring done. It looks like it’s a refrigerator worthy piece of work!

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This is another great way to display student’s worksheets. This is the Angry Verbs lesson set up on the wall in someone’s classroom. It’s very motivating for students to see their work displayed proudly in the classroom or at home. So grab some tape and start filling your walls!

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