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Autism And Brushing Teeth - Teaching Autism

Aug 21, 2018 · Individuals with autism are more likely to be hypersensitive. They will feel things differently to those of your typical non-autistic child. This can include the sensation of having their teeth brushed. We have been chatting to many families and professionals about the experiences they have with brushing teeth.

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Horse Therapy and Autism - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Sep 18, 2018 · The therapist will give instructions to the horse handler to guide the horse. Horse therapy is also known as ‘Equine Therapy,’ It is a huge benefit for individuals with autism because of; The sensory feel/sensation that the individual will get from riding a horse. The emotional sensations that the individual will get from riding a horse.

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Autism and School Holidays Tips and Support - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Jun 26, 2018 · Have a calendar on display with ‘LAST DAY OF SCHOOL’ wrote on it. Show your child that this is the last day. Keep referring to it while marking off each of the days that have passed on the calendar. That way they can see it getting closer. Read a social story about preparing for …

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Don't Say It! Ice Breaker Game for Back to School ...

(52 years ago) Sep 08, 2016 · The main idea of the game is for each student to be given a card (or more if there are left overs). Then, they have to read the word that they have – but don’t say it!! And then use different words to try and describe what they have. While other students listen to their clues and trying to guess. Each card also comes with some example words ...

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What to Do on the First Day of School - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Aug 03, 2018 · 1) Have breakfast together. Having breakfast together is a great opportunity to get to know your students. It also provides you with a positive start to the day, you know everyone’s had something to eat or drink and you’ve been able to sit down together. It’s important to keep this quite informal to start. Treat it as a ‘getting to know ...

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Top 10 Cause and Effect Toys - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) May 24, 2021 · Today I am sharing my top 10 cause and effect toys. These toys are always the most popular ones that I’ve used with my students. And honestly there are just so many great ones out there, full of learning possibilities.

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Teaching Autism - Autism Resources, Sensory Toys and Support

(52 years ago) Teaching Autism provides resources, sensory equipment, learning resources and a wealth of knowledge and information to support the Special Education and Autism communities.

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Free Autism Classroom Resources - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Apr 04, 2019 · Free Autism Classroom Resources. April 4, 2019. Are you looking for free autism classroom resources? Then you are going to go crazy for my VIP free resource library. It’s free to access, and there’s over 50 different free activities available on there right now – with more being uploaded all the time! If you tried clicking on the link to ...

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Who Pushed Humpty Dumpty? Crime Scene - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Nov 15, 2017 · This pack contains 4 possible suspects – and you can choose who actually pushed Humpty Dumpty just by planting the corresponding clues. There is also a suspect information book which contains information on each of the suspects as well as a suspect check list for students to match their clues to the suspects. At the back is a wanted poster ...

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Autistic Child Running Away - Your Answer - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Jun 27, 2019 · Autistic Child Running Away – Your Answer. One of the most common worries that I hear from my audience is about their autistic child running away from them. And this can be at home or at school. It’s that moment of panic, when you can’t find them. It’s even more frightening if they are non-verbal, or struggle with their social and life ...

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Behavior Management in the Classroom - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) On this page, I’m sharing all of my best resources, information, podcast episodes and blog posts that will help with behavior management in your classroom. These are all perfect to use within autism and special education classrooms. But, they can also be adapted to use with any student, and in a range of situations and environments.

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Movement Breaks in the Classroom - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Sep 28, 2015 · And here, at Teaching Autism, we are huge fans of using movement breaks. Movement breaks provide our students with the chance to get up and move around. This will help them to feel refreshed and give them a break from work. But, it will also help them get prepared to sit back down and work again. Movement breaks can be used in any classroom.

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What is ODD? - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Oct 05, 2018 · ODD stands for Oppositional Defiant Disorder and it is a behavioural disorder or defiance disorder. This disorder usually consists of; Ignoring requests/demands. Purposely trying to annoy others. Frequent outbursts/meltdowns. Severe and regular aggression. Currently this disorder affects up to 16% of children and young adults in our population.

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Classroom Coffee Cart for Special Education - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Aug 18, 2019 · I’m here to save the day and give you almost everything that you need to set up your classroom coffee cart. And it’s all included right here, in my classroom coffee cart set-up pack. This pack includes pretty much everything you need – and it’s editable. So you can truly personalize this to make it fit for you, your classroom and your ...

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10 Special Education Life Skills Activities - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Nov 18, 2019 · Get your students to ‘hang’ washing on a line – if you don’t have one, make up a little game in class for this. You can also use this life skills binder which has a whole section about washing dirty clothes, hanging up wetting clothes, collecting clean clothes etc. 10. Putting Stuff Away.

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Christmas and Jehovah's Witnesses in the Classroom ...

(52 years ago) Dec 06, 2019 · A question I get asked and see all the time is what to do about Christmas and Jehovah’s Witnesses in the classroom. The thing that I have always loved about being in education and schools, is how much more inclusive everyone gets each year.

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10 Picture Books for the First Week of School - Teaching ...

(52 years ago) Aug 01, 2019 · You can find it here on Amazon. 4. You’re Finally Here! This is the sweetest, most adorable picture book. And it’s loved by teachers all around the world to use during the first week of school. It’s getting increasingly hard to get rid of, but if you can get a copy – it’s the perfect read for the first week of school.

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Sensory Profiles and How to Create Them - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Mar 24, 2020 · We actually have 6 podcast episodes planned for you in this series, and they are; Sensory and Behavior. Sensory Profiles. Sensory Tips and Activities to Try. Creating a Sensory Room. Sensory Lifestyle. The Importance of Sensory Play. So make sure to subscribe to the podcast or join our mailing list so that you’ll get a notification when those ...

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Autism Classroom Management Strategies - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Apr 19, 2019 · These classroom management strategies are one of the most important parts of running your classroom. In fact, it’s probably the most important piece to the classroom puzzle. There are so many different strategies available now to use for classroom management. And this can make it daunting to decide which one is best for you, your students and your classroom.

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What Are Worry Eaters? - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Oct 01, 2016 · What Are Worry Eaters? October 1, 2016. The National Autistic Society state that around 40% of people on the autism spectrum have at least one anxiety disorder. And for reference, that’s in comparison to 15% of people in the general population. That’s a much higher rate.

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Moving House Social Story - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Moving House Social Story. £ 1.00. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support and help when they are moving to a new house. This social story will help them to understand that it’s ok and the process to follow when moving to a new house. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through ...

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Halloween Classroom Crime Scene - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Sep 13, 2021 · September 13, 2021. I am so excited to share with you the Halloween classroom crime scene that I did with my students. It was a huge hit and it’s perfect to use in October. If you’ve been here a while, you’ve probably seen all of the other crime scenes that I do each month with my students. But I think this one is the one that me and my ...

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Swearing Social Story - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Swearing Social Story. £ 1.75. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with understanding the impact that swearing can have on those around them and strategies for how they can help themselves calm down when they are upset or angry. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing ...

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Task Box Activities Archives - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Teaching Autism and Special Education Podcast. May 2, 2019 • 00:18:59. Today's episode; I'm giving you a brief introduction to me and Teaching Autism, followed by a short session on burnout and self-care.

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Autism Communication Book with Symbols - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Autism Communication Book with Symbols. £ 2.75. Communiation books are a great way to allow your non verbal or lower level verbal students to succesfully communicate with you and those around them. This communication book will help give your students the opportunity to communicate their needs and wants. There are a variety of different symbols ...

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First and Then Boards Autism Visuals - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) First and Then Boards Autism Visuals. £ 2.00. These first and then boards are a great visual resource for you to use with your students to encourage them to stay focused and engaged on their activity. There are a variety of different ‘boards’ included for your preference as …

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What Are Private Parts Social Story - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) What Are Private Parts Social Story. £ 1.00. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support and help about their private parts and how to keep them private. It also provides them with the opportunity to understand who should and shouldn’t be looking or touching private parts. Many students with autism are visual ...

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Getting Dressed Social Story - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Getting Dressed Social Story. £ 2.10. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with getting dressed. A lot of children struggle with understanding why they need to get dressed, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they need to do it. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your ...

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Independent Learning in the Classroom - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Jul 21, 2019 · What is Independent Learning? One of my favourite definitions for independent learning is “The ability to take charge of one’s learning.”. – Holec (1981:3) It is where we are able to provide our students the opportunities to make informed choices and to take responsibility for their own learning. In order for independent learning to be ...

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Autism and Smearing. - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Aug 20, 2018 · Autism and Smearing. August 20, 2018. One of the most common messages that I receive is about smearing. This is one of those challenges that’s real tough to deal with. Especially, if you have a weak stomach. Or, the smearing is going around …

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Zoom Distance Learning Lesson Ideas - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) May 11, 2020 · Give your students 90 seconds or 2 minutes for their slot each, and ask them to share a talent. They could sing, dance, share a joke etc. Anything that can be shown on camera. This is a great way to compliment and praise each other and help us all raise the positivity right now too.

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How to Make a Calm Down Box - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Mar 29, 2021 · Set up an Amazon wish list. Once you have all of the resources, now look at storage options. Share the finished calm down box with your team. Discuss how it is going to be used, when, where, by who etc. Now you can share the calm down box with your students. I hope you found this blog post today helpful about how to make a calm down box.

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Personal Space Social Story, Visual Support - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Personal Space Social Story, Visual Support. £ 1.75. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with understanding personal space – whether this is where they are ones who struggle to give others personal space, or struggle with others coming into their personal space, this social story is a great read to help ...

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How to Save Parts of a PDF File - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Apr 20, 2020 · Open the PDF – in a PDF reader. Make a note of the pages that you want to send home. Go to file and then print. Write down the pages that you want to extract in the box. Then, click the bottom dropdown box and click ‘Save as PDF.’. Save it wherever you want/name it whatever you want – and then you can email this home.

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Getting My Period Social Story - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Description. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support and help when preparing for their period. Periods can be very frightening for many young girls and I hope that this social story will help to ease some of those worries.

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Back to School Activities Archives - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Teaching Autism and Special Education Podcast. May 2, 2019 • 00:18:59. Today's episode; I'm giving you a brief introduction to me and Teaching Autism, followed by a short session on burnout and self-care.

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Going to the Hairdressers Social Story - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Going to the Hairdressers Social Story. £ 1.45. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with going to the hairdressers. A lot of children struggle with going to the hairdressers, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are going there or what to expect – mostly worried about not ...

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Ramadan Activities Archives - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Teaching Autism and Special Education Podcast. May 2, 2019 • 00:18:59. Today's episode; I'm giving you a brief introduction to me and Teaching Autism, followed by a short session on burnout and self-care.

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Getting a Job Social Story, Visual Support - Teaching Autism

(52 years ago) Getting a Job Social Story, Visual Support. £ 1.20. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support and help when they want to – or have to – get a job. It helps students understand the benefits of having a job and what they can expect during the process of trying to find a job. Many students with autism are visual ...

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What to Wear in Different Weather Social Story - Teaching ...

(52 years ago) Description. This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with understanding what types of clothing to wear in different types of weather and seasons.. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page.

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