Summer is here and the best place to cool off is the pool. However, for a child with Autism, regular pool time does more that just cooling off. “How?” you ask . Let me explain:
Why more Pool time?
Most of you are aware about the physical advantages of playing around in the . . . → Read More: Benefits of Pool time for a child with Autism
Help your child actively develop the concept of numbers. This activity is simple and easy to perform especially as children learn and understand the value of numbers.
Tray with compartments (e.g. an egg tray) Items to place (beads, coins) of the same color Cards with numbers marked
1. Cut the . . . → Read More: Math for Autism: Count & Place
Help your child develop number concept. This activity is great for a child with autism because it is short and structured.
Picture cards with dots
Blocks/cards with numbers
Print this, stick on card and cut out.
Place the number cards on a table . . . → Read More: Dots and Numbers
A link to an Online Autism Assessment tool. . . . → Read More: Online Autism Testing Tool