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Teach Numbers Using Pete The Cat

Trying to teach kids when they are not paying attention is the number one issue I see with toddlers on the autism spectrum. I see it in the classroom environment, therapy clinics, and in the home. This is a serious issue, and in most environments parents don't have any control over what's going on. At home, it's a different story. You can overcome attention issues by playing with your kid. Use the kid's inherent motivations and likes to get them engaged in activities where you can target specific skills and language. If your kid loves Pete The Cat, then use this activity to play with your kid. This is a great activity to model and expose kids to basic color language.

Pete’s Color Game Cartoon

Pete's Color Game

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Pete’s Color Activity Printables

FREE! Pete the Cat Color Activity

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