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Here you will find free printable activities that I use to homeschool my sons who both have autism. These activities are suitable for preschoolers and kindergartners. They are also adapted for children with autism and other special needs as well as learning disorders. They are designed to reduce frustration for easy learning. I am happy to share these activities with you to help you teach your child. I hope both you and you child enjoy them!
These stickers are a modern twist on visual aids. They add a visual cue without adding too much visual clutter. Click here to view the original post and download this free printable.
Click on the image to download these cards for your child’s visual schedule.
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Click here to see the original post and download your own free printable Visual Aid Letter for Santa here.
Here is part 2 of my farm theme spelling sheets. The colors of the letters match the colors of the Melissa and Doug magnetic letters for easy letter matching and spelling all in one!
I chose the colors of the letters in this activity to match the colors of Melissa and Doug’s magnetic letters. Click here to view the original post and download the complete set of spelling sheets.
This free printable allows kids to practice tracing as well as matching. It will also help them improve their fine motor skills and prepare them for math.
The Easy Aphabet Tracing activity for the uppercase letters was so popular that I have decided to share the lowercase edition of this tracing activity. Hope your children enjoy it as much as mine do!
Your kids can trace and learn numbers 25 to 50 with this activity. Each number is a different colour, which helps differentiate one number from the other. Only one number per page allows you to present one number at a time to your child. It is possible to laminate pages and have your child trace with a dry erase marker or you can also use them as flash cards.
This activity allows you to present one number at a time. Your kids can trace and learn numbers 1 to 24. The different colors help children differentiate one number from the other. With a simple white background and only one number per page, it is much easier to trace numbers! It is possible to laminate pages and trace with a dry erase marker or you can also use them as flash cards.
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The varied colours in this Alphabet Tracing activity help children differentiate one letter from the other. With a simple white background and only one LARGE letter per page, it is much easier to trace the upper-case alphabet!
This free printable Alphabet Match activity allows kids to practice tracing as well as matching. It will also help them improve their motor skills and prepare them for reading.