This teaching material aims to provide a visual cue to remind student what conversational skills they should use when talking to others.
Sequencing is a program that teaches students to sequence a series (e.g., numbers and letters)
This teaching material is designed to help students to copy sounds and words with the assistance of dot prompts.
Playing playdough is an excellent activity for most children as it.
These teaching materials are designed to teach students to understand Interdependent (Group) Contingency through simple tasks
This material can be used in Visual Perspective Taking Program.
This teaching material is designed to help students learn the name of the object, action and concept via videos.
This teaching material is designed to teach children sustained attention through activities
Lego is a popular and appropriate toy across different ages of children.
The following materials may give the student a method to describe through visual aid.
The following materials may giving you some idea on how to set up the practice for multiple parts comprehension in a structure way
There are pair of events that tend to occur together as they may have developed some form of a relation between them
To use Choice Board, please be mindful of below steps and make sure your students have the prerequisite skills below:
Competitive Tokens can increase competitiveness and motivation in finishing the token round. As the reinforcement now is restrictive such that the person who finishes faster can gain reinforcement first.
Token board is a reward system that uses tokens to reward desired behaviors of a child and once all the tokens are received he/she can exchange them for something they value.
Toilet card is essential for children who undergo toilet training. The toilet sign is simply a laminated picture of a toilet that serves as a reminder to go to the toilet.
Cool and Not Cool Signs are cards with the texts Cool and Not Cool written on them.
Stop and Go signs are used for the fun and social traffic light game Stop and Go! Like the traffic light the Stop sign is in red and the Go sign is in green.
Print the picture of a label you want to teach your child, cut it along the edges, laminate it to make it reusable, and you have a label card!
Being able to observe and note differences that are out of the ordinary requires a lot of fundamental knowledge regarding various items and events around us.
Teaching our children to develop and use descriptive sentences is one of the many ways to further enrich their language skills.
Often there are situations that does not allow us to get what we want right away.
As our children begin to gain knowledge regarding different items and their attributes, like learning a giraffe has a long neck.
Routines play a critical part in our lives as they enable us to be independent.
As we begin to work on expanding our children’s verbal language, there are also other components of speech that we should also attend to, such as their articulation.
The emotion meter displays a range of emotions that children typically experience.