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This pack includes 12 skills used in advanced learning. Examples: Matching Words to Pictures, Receptive Identification of Actions, and Sorting by Function. This curriculum was created by Dr. Lindsay Hilsen, Ed. D, BCBA-D, the director of Sunny Days Sunshine Center New Jersey. As Director of the Sunny Days Sunshine Center, Inc., Dr. Lindsay Hilsen brings over 15 years of experience with early childhood intervention and autism to the position. Previously, she worked as the Sunshine Center’s Autism Coordinator and the Autism Clinical Educator for Sunny Days Early Childhood Developmental Services, Inc. Among the many duties involved with running the Sunshine Center, Lindsay supervises all ABA practitioners and therapists, conducts all ABA evaluations, handles insurance and billing, coordinates social skills groups, and trains and supervises BCBA candidates. She is dedicated to training other specialists properly. Lindsay received her Doctorate in Special Education through Nova Southeastern University. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the doctoral level (BCBA-D) who holds two masters in Special Education and Education, as well as a certified NJ special education teacher and elementary education teacher. She is also the author of two Autism Curriculums: A Step-By-Step Curriculum for Early Learners with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and A Step-By-Step ABA Curriculum for Young Learners (ages 3-10) with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Ever since she was old enough to volunteer, Lindsay has had a passion for the field of special education. She believes that all children can make progress, regardless of their different abilities and styles of learning, and seeing that progress is her favorite part of her job. Because Lindsay’s oldest daughter has single-sided deafness, she knows firsthand that each and every child is capable and can overcome any challenge.

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  • Expressive Identification of Actions

  • Present child with Sd: “What is the person doing _____ (while holding up picture/pointing to picture)”

  • While holding up a picture of someone jumping, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone hopping, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone walking, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone sleeping, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone hugging, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone sitting, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone drinking, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone eating, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone falling, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone playing, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone cutting, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone crying, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone brushing, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone blowing, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone dancing, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone crawling, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone reading, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • While holding up a picture of someone drawing, present the child with the Sd "What is the person doing?

    G eneralization should include an actual person acting out the action with the Sd: W hat am I doing?

  • Match Object To Picture

  • Present child with the Sd: “MATCH” and follow steps below

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match an object to a picture in a field of 1.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 3 different objects to pictures in a field of 3.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 4 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 5 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 6 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 7 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 8 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 9 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Present the child with the Sd: "Match." The child will match 10 different objects to pictures in a field of 3 or more.

    Note: E xample of step 2 (match 2 different objects to pictures in a field of 2). Lay down a picture of a cow and a car. Present the child with 2 objects (1 of a cow and 1 of a car). Tell the child to...

  • Match Pictures To Words

  • Lay down at least three pictures of words, one of the pictures will be the step you are working on, and then present the child with the card that has the picture on it. Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Cat". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Dog". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Hat". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Bat". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "House". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Girl". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Boy". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Car". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Doll". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Egg". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Phone". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Baby". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Book". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Pencil". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Door". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Bug". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Desk". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Shoe". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Show the child a card/paper with a picture of a "Hand". Present the child with the Sd "Which word matches this picture?"

  • Match Words To Pictures

  • Lay down at least three pictures, one of the pictures will be the step you are working on, and then present child with the card that has the word written out. Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Cat". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Door". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Bug". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Dog". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Shoe". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Hat". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Desk". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Bat". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "House". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Girl". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Boy". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Car". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Doll". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Egg". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Phone". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Baby". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Book". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Pencil". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Show the child a card/paper with the word "Hand". Present the child with the Sd "Which picture matches this word?"

    Generalization should include matching pictures to words and not just words to pictures. It should also include different fonts and sizes for the written words.

  • Patterns

  • Lay down a pattern in which it is completed 2 full times. Give the child the remaining objects and prompt with Sd "Finish the pattern." Ensure they complete the pattern at least 2 more full times.

  • Lay down an AB pattern using colors, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AB pattern using shapes, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AB pattern using anything, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AAB pattern using colors, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AAB pattern using shapes, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AAB pattern using anything, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an ABB pattern using colors, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an ABB pattern using shapes, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an ABB pattern using anything, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AABB pattern using colors, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AABB pattern using shapes, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an AABB pattern using anything, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Lay down an ABC pattern using anything, then prompt the child with Sd "Finish the pattern."

    Example- step 4 (AAB pattern using colors): Adult will put down on the table red red blue red red blue and then present the child with the Sd finish pattern .

  • Recall

  • Present the child with the question in each step

  • Present the child with the Sd "What did you have for breakfast today?"

  • Present the child with the Sd "What did you have for dinner last night?"

  • Present the child with the Sd "What did you do over the weekend?"

  • Present the child with the Sd "What did play with during recess today?"

  • Present the child with the Sd "What did you do after school yesterday?"

  • Receptive Identification of Actions

  • Present child with the Sd: “Show me/point to/touch ____(action)”

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch jumping"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch hopping"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch walking"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch sleeping"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch hugging"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch sitting"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch drinking"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch eating"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch falling"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch playing"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch cutting"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch crying"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch brushing"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch blowing"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch dancing"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch crawling"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch reading"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch drawing"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Show me/point to/ touch sleeping"

  • Sort By Class

  • Put down a sample from each category and then hand the child the pictures and present the child with the Sd "sort"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort these into things that are a color vs. things that are food"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort these into things that are clothes vs. things that are animals"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of color food clothes animals in a field of 3

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of color food clothes animals shapes in a field of 3 or more

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of color food clothes animals shapes furniture in a field of 3 or more

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of color food clothes animals shapes furniture toy in a field of 3 or more

  • Sort By Feature

  • Put down a sample from each category and then hand the child the pictures and present the child with the Sd "sort"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort these into things that have tails vs. things with wheels"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort these into things that are the same color vs. things that have stripes"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of things with tails wheels same color stripes things that are round in a field of 3 or more

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of things with tails wheels same color and stripes in a field of 3

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things with ___."

    Have child sort any combination of things with tails wheels same color stripes round soft in a field of 3 or more

  • Sort By Function

  • Put down a sample from each category and then hand the child the pictures and present the Sd "sort"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort these into what you can eat vs. what you ride in"

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things you wear vs. things you play with."

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things you ___."

    Have child sort any combination of eat ride in wear play with in a field of 3

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things you ___."

    Have child sort any combination of eat ride in wear play with sit on; in a field of 3 or more

  • Present the child with the Sd "Sort things you ___."

    Have child sort any combination of eat ride in wear play with sit on drink in a field of 3 or more

  • Sort Non-Identical Items

  • Lay down 3 (or more depending on the step) non-identical items: car, color, article of clothing. Present the child with 2 or more items from each category and ask them to sort.

    The items should be from the same category but not identical items. Ex. car blue and shirt are on the table. Give the child: 2 (or more) non identical vehicles 2 (or more) colors and 2 (or more) artic...

  • In a field of 3 non-identical items, present the child with 2 or more items from each category and present them with the Sd: "Sort."

    The items should be from the same category but not identical items. Ex. car blue and shirt are on the table. Give the child: 2 (or more) non identical vehicles 2 (or more) colors and 2 (or more) artic...

  • In a field of 5 non-identical items, present the child with 2 or more items from each category and present them with the Sd: "Sort."

    The items should be from the same category but not identical items. Ex. car blue and shirt are on the table. Give the child: 2 (or more) non identical vehicles 2 (or more) colors and 2 (or more) artic...

  • In a field of 8 non-identical items, present the child with 2 or more items from each category and present them with the Sd: "Sort."

    The items should be from the same category but not identical items. Ex. car blue and shirt are on the table. Give the child: 2 (or more) non identical vehicles 2 (or more) colors and 2 (or more) artic...

  • Winning and Losing

  • Play a game that has a clear winner and loser with your student. Make sure the game you are playing is motivating to the student.

  • Play a 1:1 game with your student and make sure your student wins. Tell them "Good Game", and teach your student to say "Good game" back.

  • Play a 1:1 game with your student and make sure your student loses. Tell your student "Good Game" and teach your student to say "Thanks, you played good too."