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Hunter Hastings
Reply to supa squad lesson
Sat Jun 20, 2015 16:36
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This is a really great lesson! I think that it is so applicable and useful for kids with autism. I think the topic you chose is fun and definitely meets the needs of those students. I think that the link is great, and there can for sure be more lessons that come out of this one. I can see myself doing many lessons like this one in the future. Looking at situations from different perspectives is difficult and is something that students with disabilities may need a lot of practice. This lesson does a great job in teaching students to do that in a fun way that they will hopefully be able to relate to their daily lives. Good job!

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