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    chris s is offline INCIIDer - A Community Creator
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    Default Anyone have any great teaching aids for ASD kids

    learning sight words? I have looked on the internet but am hesitant to commit without any experience with them.
    Also does anyone know someplace to get cheaper handwriting without tears stuff?
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    Chris

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    I found some HWT on amazon - they had some but not all books.

    Sight words - dd learns them by repitition. We make flashcards.

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    Default Any fun game suggestions for the flashcards? I try not

    to make it seem like we are working all the time. What do you think of labeling objects in the house?
    thanks.
    chris

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    Default we bought a polaraid instant camera and label maker

    took pics of things and wrote with sharpie, the name on the pics...and carried them around. for things in the house, we labeled them all and placed velcro dots on the objects and back of pics. this became our matching game...and sorta of pecs system when out of house. as ds got older, he was allowed to take the pictures and label things (which my lil tech junkie loves).

    if you have a good printer and time, you could print out digital pics but i had no extra time and wanted quick and simple ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris s View Post
    to make it seem like we are working all the time. What do you think of labeling objects in the house?
    thanks.
    chris
    no she loves flashcards. Funny girl I have a list of the top 100 from k-2nd grade and we just go off that.

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    Like many have said both print and visual really help a lot of kiddos. My older ds now almost 10 had such a tough time and never did get them all in kindergarten or even 1st grade.

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