I LOVE Model Me Kids videos and so do my students! I highly recommend this resource! Designed as a teaching tool for children, adolescents, and teenagers with Autism, Aspergers, PDD-NOS, Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NVLD or NLD), and developmental delays, the videos are used by parents, teachers, and therapists. The videos are also helpful for teaching children with developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome.
Educate Autism is a website dedicated to helping those working with children with autism by providing free teaching materials, various tutorials to help you make your own teaching aids and articles to provide information about teaching methods and behavioural principles.
Special thanks to Gavin Cosgrave for sharing this site.
A fantastic site by Cindy Golden. Cindy was formerly a school psychologist and is currently a special education administrator. Her site has wonderful ideas, pictures, and freebies! Worth taking the time to explore!
ZAC is the first web browser developed specifically for children with autism, and autism spectrum disorders such as Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), and PDD-NOS. We have made this browser for the children - for their enjoyment, enrichment, and freedom. Children touch it, use it, play it, interact with it, and experience independence through ZAC.
Special thanks to my father, Thomas Glew for sending in this site.
Create A Graph
Make many different types of graphs. Add your own data to track behaviors or IEP goals.
Created by a group of behavior specialists and teachers of students with autism. Lots of downloads and helpful information.
Special thanks to Laura Haratine in Orlando, Florida for sharing this site.
Classroom Supports & Strategies
Contains information on ways to structure the environment to enhance communication and maximize independence in educational, home and community settings.
CARD-USF Learning Curve
The CARD Learning Curve is an online resource that provides interesting and interactive stories, ideas, resources and materials for teachers of students with autism or a related disability.
Lots of useful, free printable picture cards for use in school, home and community.
Free downloadable materials. Special thanks to Liza Delgado in McAllen, Texas for sharing this site.
Specialized Teaching Tools. Includes pictures of task ideas and some free downloads. I have not tried any yet, but this site also has products for purchase. Special thanks to Joana in Dallas, Texas for sharing this site.
This page has some free samples, but you have to subscribe for a fee to access the other stuff. Has printable weekly newspapers with related activities adapted to different functional levels. I think it's great. Worth taking a look at.
Ready made pages using symbols. This is a nice site to print from or use as a springboard for your own ideas. Includes jokes, news, recipes, social stories, history, science and nature, literacy and so much more, all using symbols!
Lots of wonderful printables! You can add customized details to them too! Includes printable word & number cards, certificate maker, telling time, graphs, numbers, shapes, multiplication tables and so much more!
Beyond Autism This page contains lots of free PECs cards you can print (scroll all the way down to the bottom for the PECs).
Picture Recipes This page contains many printable picture recipes for teachers who do cooking activities with their students. It's a great site!
Wonderful site! You can create your own math worksheets depending on the needs of your students! Includes addition & subtraction with or without regrouping, multiplication, division, telling time & more! This is great for teachers who provide individualized instruction!