Children are asked more than 100 questions a day and often they are expected to respond quickly, whether through words or actions.
Now, think about how frustrating that must be for those that don’t yet have the language skills to understand what the question is asking or what words/actions are expected.
These visual posters and cue cards were designed to help assist with both understanding what a specific question word is asking and cue a response.
Do you have a little one who struggles with asking and/or answering questions? Grab this resource via TPT or the BIAS store. Link in comments. ... See MoreSee Less
How often do you find yourself in a standoff with your child or student? You want them to do something, and they are simply refusing.
Power struggles can be difficult because they often cause you to lose the upper hand. As you become increasingly frustrated, your child ramps up their behavior, and typically it will result in a loss of privileges, empty threats, or other forms of punishment.
What if I told you there was another way? I have put together a list of 12 easy-to-use strategies for defusing or avoiding power struggles altogether.
Next time you find yourself headed down a path of no return, try using one (or a few) of these strategies instead! ... See MoreSee Less
December flew by in the blink of an eye! So much so, that I never had a chance to post my revised Elf Positive Praise Note Cards.
Since most of your elves have probably settled back into their hiding spots until 2020, I have decided that I would offer these cards as FREEBIE for the next 48 hours.
You can access the link via the comments. Just make sure you download and save the file because the link will NO LONGER be accessible after 11AM on 1/1/2020. ... See MoreSee Less
Last week a parent (who also happens to have a pretty large blog following) reached out to discuss some toy/game recommendations and asked if I’d be interested in turning those suggestions into a post for her blog. The topic: Holiday Gift Ideas – ABA Favorites.
I jumped at the opportunity and decided to pose the question to a group of parents, therapists, and teachers. In less than a day, I had accumulated a list of more than 100 toys and games. I thought to myself, “Now, what?”
Ultimately, I decided to split the toys into groups based on the type of play they provide. Explaining the benefits of each style of play and highlighting some of my favorite toy suggestions within each category.
If you are struggling to find the perfect toy or game this holiday season, check out my blog post: bit.ly/HolidayGiftIdeasPost
You can also find the master toy list that I used to write this post in the files section of my Facebook Group. You can visit the group by clicking the blue button at the top of this page. ... See MoreSee Less
There are only a few hours left to grab your favorite visuals in the TPT cyber sale. My entire store is 20% off and you can get an extra 5% off at checkout when you use code CYBER19.
Don't miss this opportunity to grab some of your favorite visual resources at a fraction of the price!
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