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  1. Flexible Thinking vs Rock Thinking
    This lesson focuses on understanding what social thinking is while giving some concrete examples that children with ASD can understand. This lesson is ideal as a beginning lesson for a social thinking group . . . keep reading

  2. Autism Information Handout
    Many children within the autism spectrum are being taught in mainstream classrooms with daily pullouts for social training and other specialized suppo . . . keep reading

  3. Avoiding Arguments with a Child with Asperger Syndrome
    Almost all of the children I have worked with that have Asperger Syndrome (including my own daughter) seem to enjoy arguing, especially when y . . . keep reading

  4. Social Thinking and its Impact on Academics
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  5. Please and Thank You Game
    A variation of Simon Say's. Children work on dealing with winning and losing, following directions, and saying please and thank you . . . keep reading

  6. Emotions Go Fish
    This is a fun game that helps work on emotion recognition . . . keep reading

  7. Beat the Clock
    You have the visuals in place. Your child is able to perform a certain task such as getting ready for school. But it seems to take forever to get the task completed. This idea can help motivate your child to be faster and get the task done . . . keep reading

  8. Rosie's Walk by Pat Hutchins
    In this book focus on looking at "thinking" eyes to determine what each character is thinking about and what we "know" so that we can make good "guesses" or predictions as to what will happen next . . . keep reading

  9. My Going Potty Story
    I am learning to go potty in the toilet! This is how I go potty in the toilet.   I feel like I have to go pee or poop. I hurry to the bathroom. . . . keep reading

  10. Being Angry
    Sometimes I feel angry. All kids feel angry at one time or another.   When I feel angry, I will try to take one deep breathe nice and slow. & . . . keep reading

  11. Helping Your Child Overcome Social Impairments
    Diagnosis According to the DSM-IV (Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition), children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome and PD . . . keep reading

  12. Barrier Game
    Develops communication skills, color & shape identification, and perspective taking . . . keep reading

  13. Flour Balloon Fidget
    A great fidget that is fun and easy to make . . . keep reading

  14. Pete's A Pizza
    The children will sequence a story in order to improve their reading comprehension . . . keep reading

  15. Story Retell Squares
    Retelling a story in sequential order . . . keep reading

  16. Close to 20
    A fun game to work on addition, subtraction, and turn taking . . . keep reading

  17. Weighted Stuffed Animal
    This is a great idea if your child needs to have weight on his or her lap in order to stay sitting. It is also great for carrying around to help provide "heavy work" . . . keep reading

  18. Alternate Lamination
    In order to insure durability of materials I paste them on construction paper, cardstock or tag board and then laminate them. This also allows the chi . . . keep reading

  19. Using Movies to Teach Social Skills
    Children who are on the autism spectrum tend to be visual learners. However, they often struggle with knowing how to identify emotions and the body language of others to make appropriate decisions. Using movies is a great way to work on these skills and it is usually very engaging to the children . . . keep reading

  20. Sensory Integration and Your Child
    Children in the autism spectrum will often be either sensory seeking or sensory defensive and can benefit greatly from the use of various sensory integration techniques and activities . . . keep reading

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