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Thank you @middleschoolslp for permission to regram!! I have a 6th grade student who needs support with decoding/encoding skills. I borrowed a Wilson book from our school's reading specialist and will be working from it during our sessions. - Like our instagram posts? Please follow us there at instagram.com/pediastaff - - click on pin for more!

What? How Many? What Color? Adapted Book for Children with Autism

This is an adapted work to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. The book has 5 pages with 2 groups on each page - so 10 total groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the question - What?

Mystery Word Game Your Kids Will Love

word games for kids that will get them excited about describing nouns

Category Cards

Need to work on some categorization skills? Check out these Category Cards! The set contains 72 "Name that Category" cards and 72 "What Doesn’t Belong" cards. From theautismhelper.com

Prepositions: Adapted Book

Use adapted books to teach prepositions. Fun, hands on, learning center, or speech therapy lesson.

*Free, but please rate and provide feedback for improvements! It would be greatly appreciated.*I have created a visual aid to assist students in implementing the components of the EET in order to improve oral and written language, defining, and vocabulary.

I love this idea for Guided Reading! Students read the word and if they get it right, they get to keep the cube. Whoever has the tallest tower at the end wins!

would you rather questions for kids | Download: 32-clean-would-you-rather-questions-with-qr-codes-for-kids ...

teaching the /r/ sound - could it be that easy?!

Recap of week 3- All About Apples!

freebie daily five listening to read response sheets