Best Books for Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month. Here is my recommended reading list for special needs educators, parents and caregivers. These stories and volumes are dated, but not out of date. They provide a focal point for where we've been, where we are and where we are going in special education. My copies are dogeared and torn. And I treasure them like Croesus's gold. Best Books on Special Needs Children 

Free Printable Play Money for Life Skills, Math

Children love to play with money. As they play store and interact with play money, they learn math skills and marketing and economics lessons. Play money provides great practice for special needs students in important life skills and transition activities. Here are links to free printable play money. Read more Free Printable Play Money: American and Euro 

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