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Free worksheets and printables for Special Needs?

Thanks to education.com for giving us parents and care givers a means to provide educational worksheets to our children at no cost! However, there are very few worksheets I can print for my 17 yr old mid spectrum autistic patient. Does anyone know where I can print such worksheets at no cost? Ive found several sites that offer great curriculum's and worksheets, but the cost is astronomical! Thanks for your help!
In Topics: Special needs, Autism & Aspergers Syndrome
> 60 days ago

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LouiseSattler
Jun 29, 2011
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What the Expert Says:

Hello,

There is a website abcteach.com which offers some free printables.  Also, you can receive a discounted membership to this website via MOMMYPERKS.com.

In addition, several college and local public libraries will offer curriculum guides.  You also may be able to request these materials from local school districts, especially if they have "used" editions of books and materials that they were going to "shelve" in lieu of newer.

Good luck!

Louise Sattler
Nationally Certified School Psychologist


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jmamable
jmamable , Caregiver writes:
Hi PCASam,

Thanks so much for your feedback. You bring up a great point and address a concern that I'm sure many of our users have. I'll bring this up to my editor at our next meeting and see about getting some worksheets targeted toward special needs students into production.

Thanks,

Jody

Worksheet Team
Education.com
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ppangan
ppangan writes:
A great website i use for my class is edhelper.com.   i teach a special day  class and the life skills and special needs section is absolutely amazing.  Once  in the site, type in Special Education in the search box.  There is a membership fee but it is not required to print out free worksheets.
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Janeharlin
Janeharlin writes:
I teach special education.  Here are some resources I use


http://havefunteaching.com/  (covers a wide variety of topics)
http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/mathsE2.htm (telling time)
http://www.senteacher.org/Worksheet/31/ShoppingMaths.xhtml (shopping)
http://www.do2learn.com/academics/overview.html (several free printables and activity ideas)
http://handwritingpractice.net/flash/printdots/sentence/ (handwriting)
http://www.speakingofspeech.com/Life_Skills_Materials.html (lifeskills activities that use picture symbols and often include communication boards)
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Debbie307
Debbie307 writes:
There's a website called AutismEducators.com that has a lot of free activities for all age groups.  I've found some activities I use with middle school kids.
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