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We chose these themes to follow the Unique Curriculum, which our county uses. Some of our students on the autism spectrum were particularly drawn to the colorful yarn strands. We discussed the shape as a math access point.

We Closed the bag with Clips we wrapped the handle of the clip with a rubber band to make it easier to open. Dani, one of our teachers, suggested that we use cold water for blue oobleck and warm water for red oobleck so that we were also addressing one of the science access points regarding temperature.

We talked about the shape of our paper and number of leaves drawn by Joy which are both math access points. We try to pick up the post-it or point to it each time we repeat a word and the students really enjoy watching the array of words build up during the session. She mixed the ingredients then sprinkled them out onto a paper towel to dry, which took less than 1 hour.


We counted how many cotton balls were on the beard and also reviewed the concepts of hard and soft.

A 3 ring binder made a great ramp! Each book was made with a repetitive line.

All pictures are found using Google images. After drying their hands, we rubbed them with some of carqbook Country Apple lotion so our students could smell yummy all day and help remind them of the lesson.

We added food coloring to our glue to help our students differentiate the designated areas on which to glue their tissue paper.

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The repetitive line answers the question. You can usually ask a who, what, when, where, or why question to go along with the repetitive line. Then we all sat down for a crunchy apple snack! We borrowed a fantastic hat from Brenda, our music teacher.

Many of our students used our cxrabook table top scissors to do this. We used Country Apple body wash carsbook Bath and Body works to give our water an apple scent and then put in some realistic plastic apples.

For our next activity, we put Dots round stickers on a Duck Drawn by Joy. We crumpled scrap paper and stuffed it into a red paper lunch bag purchased from Target. We like to give our students choices of 3 items because when they take our Alternate Assessment they are given an array of 3 choices.


Peeling off the stickers works on developing a pincer grasp. As we read the story the students were able to participate by activating the switches. Tong activities are great for building pre-scissor skills and eye hand coordination.

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We used a paper cutter to make strips of red and green paper. For the beard we used a triangle shape and cotton balls. Corn flakes made a delightful crunching sound, just like dried leaves.

She substituted apple juice for the water called for in the recipe. The repetitive line in this book is also the title of this book. We also used a hairdryer to simulate the cool fall breezes. Again, we discussed what shape we were cutting. Lovely scents reminding us of the fall season. Our students really enjoyed the varied colors of the beans. Then we talked about which color got the most votes.

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