My best 7 ideas for teaching children with autism using puzzles. A guide for autism parents and autism teachers. Get lots of great ideas here! Puzzles are a valuable learning tool for kids with autism and I use them very regularly at my autism center. Whether you child is non verbal, partially verbal or entirely verbal, you can use puzzle to teach so many new skills.
The benefits of using puzzles to teach your child with autism
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1. Build visual performance skills by putting a puzzle together the traditional way.
2. Teach your child to request each piece needed to complete the puzzle by using one simple and clear vocabulary word at a time (for example, he or she can ask for “pig”, “cow”, “chicken”, piece by piece when putting in the pieces of a — .
3. Help build your child’s vocabulary by labeling each piece as he or she puts it in.
6. Work on sensory integration by hiding each puzzle piece in a sensory box and asking your child to find it before putting it into the puzzle board or assembling the puzzle.
7. Build hand eye coordination by pointing to a piece, having your child pick it up and place it in the correct place.
My best 7 ideas for teaching children with autism using puzzles
A guide for autism parents and autism teachers.
I hope you enjoyed this article and that these puzzles bring you and your child hours of learning joy! Please let me know how you teach your child using puzzles in the comments below! ♥
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