Tag Archives: Tip or Resource

Autism Resource of the Week: Aspergers 101

This is an excellent site run by John Habershon, a non-verbal communications specialist. It’s designed to help those with Asperger’s and HFA to learn where to focus on the face and the changes to note. Each week he covers a … Continue reading

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25+ Dinosaur Themed Resources for Speech and Language Therapy

[Source: The Budget SLP] Dinosaurs is a theme in our early childhood special education curriculum and a colleague recently asked me for some speech and language therapy ideas. The dinosaur theme is one that students always enjoy and there are … Continue reading

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Fine Motor Activity of the Week: Clothes Pin Silly Faces

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Here are some FREE printables to make these fun clothes pin silly faces.  Print the download from http://yourtherapysource.com/freeclothespinfaces.html .  Add some clothes pins and let the children create their own silly hair.  It would be even more fun if you … Continue reading

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Steps to Managing Big Emotions: Printable Poster

[Source: Childhood 101] Whenever I ask parents what their biggest parenting struggle is, patience is always right there at the top of the list. We struggle to keep our cool in all sorts of situations – when we are rushing … Continue reading

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Spring Break/Easter Visual Support Templates and Tips

[Source:  The Success Box] Being prepared for a week off of school and Easter events will help make your holiday less stressful. Here are a few visuals supports to make it a fun time for all, including: a Social Story … Continue reading

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