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Let's Adapt Your Favorite Book for Story-time for Kids with Autism

Michelle Lopez

In my work at Queens Museum, educators often ask me how Universal Design for Learning looks in "real life." Here are a few tools shared with a children' librarian at Queens Library designed to include kids with autism, but opens the doors for many kinds of learners to be successful in this community learning environment. Please share ideas you've brought to life for supporting kids with special needs in community spaces...or tell me your favorite children's book & I will create a Visual Vocab.

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