Autism Awareness!

I am new to the blogging world, and I am excited to join my FIRST link party.  I could not be happier to join a better cause then Autism Awareness Month.  I teach a class of severely handicapped students, many who have a diagnosis of Autism.  I use a lot of best practice strategies in my classroom that support my students with Autism.  Because of this, I am linking up with some other fabulous blogs that all focus on the needs of children with Autism.


Most of my favorite and most popular products on Teachers Pay Teachers are my adapted books.  Check out my post on Adapted Books for more information.  These are very commonly used with students with Autism as they are visual books for students to test comprehension, increase vocabulary and promote independence.  They are always a hit in my classroom!  I use them during silent reading, small group rotations, ELD and much much more!  I can never stop creating them :)

For my freebie to celebrate Autism Awareness Month, I decided to give a way my newly created adapted book called, "What is the Dog Doing?"  This 15 page book focuses on verbs in a fun interactive way! Click on the picture below to print from Google Docs!


Here is a shot of all the pages:




Click on the picture below to enter to win an AWESOME prize at Crayon Box Learning!



Enjoy our Linky! 
I'd love feedback on my free product so I can improve my products in the future!




6 comments

  1. I've been trying to get your What is the Dog Doing? from Google, but it keeps saying it won't load correctly. This book is definitely perfect for my students. Is there any way to download it? Thank you. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  2. Whoops! I did it wrong the first time. It is reposted and will open correctly this time. Email me at m.toth.1023@gmail.com if for some reason you can't print through google docs, and I can email you the PDF. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Thank you! I just tried & it downloaded perfectly. My students will love this book!

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  4. Hi Melissa, Just had to come by and say thanks for visiting our blog. I am glad you joined us for the autism linky.

    The Fun Factory

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  5. I tried to click on the picture to download it and it wouldn't open. Do you still have it for free or is that over?

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    1. Hi Jamie,
      I am sorry the freebie is over! You can purchase it in my store on TPT!

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