While I have not made it a primary focus of this blog, one of the focuses has always been to provide resources for families with children on the autism spectrum. Whether that was through helpful articles or printable packs, being a mom of a teenager on the autism spectrum has given me an interesting perspective on life. I’m not trying to claim that my journey is the first and I know that it won’t be the last. However, if I can help someone else along the way; I will feel all the better. From expressing my own experience with the initial diagnosis to handling (and not handling) the guilt and unexpected grief that followed; it has always been my hope that this blog can be of some help. That’s why I wanted to gather all of the free printables for autistic children that I’ve created so far. And I say so far because there are definitely plans for more.
This page will be updated whenever a new printable pack or resource has been created.
Printables for Autistic Children: Daily Living Skills
The printables in this category can also be used to create a visual schedule. You can combine as many of them as needed to create a schedule that will work for your child. I also offer a personal schedule for sale in my shop.
That will be expanded upon before the end of 2017 to include more time elements and additional cards.
- My Daily Schedule
- My Homeschool Schedule
- My Weekly Chore Chart
- Bedtime Routine/Personal Hygiene
- Bathroom Chart
- What To Wear Today
- Time to Eat Visual Schedule
Printables for Autistic Children: Social Skills
Printables for Autistic Children: Educational/Misc.
- American Sign Language Pack
- Trick or Treat Cards
- My Five Senses
- Free Printable Letter for Santa Claus
- ASL Alphabet Pack
Printables for Parents of Autistic Children
I do plan on starting to create social stories and additional social skills packs as needed. I am also open to suggestions if you are need of a specific resource. I cannot guarantee that I will be able to create it, but I can promise that I will do my best to fill any requests that are sent to me.
If you have an idea or need that would fit into one of the existing printables for autistic children category, please let me know by e-mailing me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org … If the category does not exist yet, please include that information as well!
If you’re wondering how to use these to create a visual schedule, be sure to check out these posts:
- The Importance of Visual Schedules for Non Verbal Autistic Children
- 3 Benefits of Visual Schedules for Autistic Children
- How to Use PECS to Create a Visual Schedule
- Recommended Resources for Printable Packs
Latest posts by Kori (see all)
- How to Prepare for the Future While Still Planning for the Present - December 13, 2017