Independent Play

Independent Play involves playing with age-appropriate items in a typical way without the involvement of another person. Play of this type can take many forms ranging from iPad games to Legos to art.

Programs

Practical exemplars to demonstrate in phases

Materials

Printable ABA tools to be used in lessons

Program Videos

How to Teach Coloring

Coloring is a skill that can expand a child’s ability in engaging in leisure activities and participate in activities in school.

How to Teach Cutting

This program teaches students cutting skill which can help to expand their independent play or work skills and serves as a functional skill to help solve problems in daily life.

How to Teaching Drawing?

This program teaches students to draw different lines and shapes and combine these elements into different items.

Drawing

This program teaches students to identify more detail and incorporate them into drawings.

Lego Play

This program teaches students to build Legos in a more creative way.

Using The Mouse

This program teaches students to use a mouse to complete school work and play on a computer independently.

Lego Play with Manual

This program teaches students to build Legos using a manual so they can build a wide range of sets.

Materials