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Teach Numbers Using Gingerbread Men

Matching activities are a great way to build vocabulary for children with autism because they only require early visual skills to be successful. Matching activities also benefit from being really intuitive in nature. When presented with identical items they're interested in, kids will often match them on their own. This means you don't have to provide a ton of language-heavy direction to kids who have severe delays in their language and social skills. Instead, you have ample opportunities to model language and skills while the kids are engaged with the matching activity.

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