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Ahren
« Reply #10 on: December 23, 2011 07:40:41 AM »

Again too late but you could make books/ building blocks wih the PECS symbols on? I also got some bottles and filled them with glitter/paper/pompoms/buttons/ribbon/beads ect and put rice in them and glued the lid on. They rattle but are also fun to roll around and watch all the things sparkle.
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bubbles1979
« Reply #11 on: December 23, 2011 07:44:03 PM »

I have two daughters with autism and something they loved and helped them understand feelings was a feelings book.  I took pictures of me and my husband showing different emotions and then put them in plastic sleeves to protect them.  I used just a regular 3 ring binder but you could fancy it up with sparkles or mirrored paper.  They loved looking at familiar people and it helped them identify emotions (something that was difficult for the). 
One of my daughters was very sensory seeking and she loved a book I made just by sewing different textured fabrics as pages together.  I had satin, corduroy, velvet, fleece, sequined fabric, and some other textured fabrics.  She would sit and feel that thing forever. 
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