Sue Harsent
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TEACCH Task Box ideas for a special education program or autism classroom

TEACCH Task Box ideas for a special education program or autism classroom. I can use these in my classroom to have students work on individual goals and for improved learning.

Help students understand safety rules for school, home and in the community. These interactive books have been adapted to help break the concepts down and make them more understandable. Looking to improve receptive and expressive language and attending skills?

Help students understand safety rules for school, home and in the community. These interactive books have been adapted to help break the concepts down and make

Speech Therapy Articulation DICE DECK for /G/! These CCSS aligned interactive task cards for articulation give your students lots of practice producing the /G/ sound! 30 interactive task cards with 3 words and 3 sentences per

Speech Therapy Articulation DICE DECK for /G/! These CCSS aligned interactive task cards for articulation give your students lots of practice producing the /G/ sound! 30 interactive task cards with 3 words and 3 sentences per

A place of inspiration for SLPs

How I gets my students to successfully move from producing sounds in isolation to syllables during articulation and phonology sessions! From Speechy Musings.

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Social scripts, also known as social stories, are one of the most effective and simple ways to provide support to kids with autism. A social script is a short narrative written in first person that…

Teaching Students with Echolalia- Practical tips for getting authentic speech.

Teaching Students with Echolalia Talking to someone who repeats back everything that you say is tough. Teaching them is tougher… so what can you do when you are teaching students with Echolalia and…

Repetitive children's songs with actions are a great way to learn language.  Based on a concept presented by Maija Gulens, MS, CCC-SLP, at ...

Repetitive children& songs with actions are a great way to learn language. Based on a concept presented by Maija Gulens, MS, CCC-SLP, at .

Adapted book - Where is the Monster? Students choose the correct preposition after looking at the picture and finding the monster. #adaptedbook {Created by Adapting for Autism}

Know it costs money, but thought I would pin it just in case. Adapted book - Where is the Monster? Students choose the correct preposition after looking at the picture and finding the monster. {Created by Adapting for Autism}

This download includes 30 sh/s minimal pair drills.  I love to use these to promote auditory/proprioceptive awareness and muscle memory.  I LOVE FEEDBACK! PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO DROP ME A LINE!Created by: Michelle Hinkle Ostrow M.S., CCC-SLP Speech Rocks (2016)All rights reserved by author ~ single user/classroom only

This download includes 30 sh/s minimal pair drills. I love to use these to promote auditory/proprioceptive awareness and muscle memory. I LOVE FEEDBACK! PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO DROP ME A LINE!Created by: Michelle Hinkle Ostrow M.S., CCC-SLP Speech Rocks (2016)All rights reserved by author ~ single user/classroom only

Grief and Loss Social Story

Explaining death to children is no easy task. This social story was created as a way to start this difficult conversation and to help school counseling staff