Visual Questioning Resources for Children with Autism

Visual Questioning Resources

for Children with Autism & Related communication difficulties.

I have been working on these questioning resources to use in my classroom, all handmade 🙂

My aim is to have an interactive wall in my room which will encourage and guide conversations and evaluations in Art.

I will use the Who, Why, What, When, Where and How to prompt the children to ask a certain type of question and then the Did, Is, Can, Might, Would and Will descriptive cards to help to expand the questions. I aim to use these questioning resources with a range of children with Autism and related communication difficulties to help to direct their questions in a visual way.

I am using the SCERTS model as a basis for this to enable developmentally appropriate expectations on the conversations we are expecting from them. My hope is that this will then transfer into other subject areas so that children are getting the same support across the board enabling them to generalise and practice their skills.


7 thoughts on “Visual Questioning Resources for Children with Autism

  1. First year teacher, teaching in a self contained classroom. I love the texture wall such a great idea for sensory area. Any suggestions and advice is greatly appreciated!

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  2. Hiya. I’m starting work in a special school from September with all my children on the autistic spectrum so any ideas on displays/teaching ideas/resources would be appreciated! Thanks x

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