I've been doing a train theme with my students this year and they've loved it, so I wrote a short Valentine's Day story about a train, as well as several learning activities to go with it. I thought I'd pass it along if you've got a train fan at home or in your class.
Some visuals for the holiday that could be used for coloring pages, visual supports during speeches or lectures, etc. It may be helpful for students with autism to have pictures to associate with the class discussion or activities. From Homeschooling.About.com.
This lesson is aimed at helping understand that other people have different thoughts and see things from different perspectives and that in order to communicate our needs, we all need to use our words. From Autism Inspiration.
Video samples of ABA-based teaching activities from Rethink Autism. Each video lesson also includes a printable lesson plan. Lessons include asking questions, playing "Simon Says," imitating a peer, and completing a work chore list.