Free ABA Materials

Free ABA Resources

A free comprehensive online resource that supports your family with ongoing ABA therapy, ABA therapy can help: Increase language and communication skills; Improve attention, focus, social skills, memory, and academics.

Free Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy worksheets, flashcards and activities are a valuable resource for special education teachers, parents, ABA therapists, and families with children on the autism spectrum. By using these worksheets, parents can reinforce the skills and behaviors being targeted in therapy sessions, ensuring continuity and consistency in their child’s development. Moreover, for parents who may not have the means or access to formal ABA training, these free worksheets provide a valuable resources to learn ABA therapy techniques and principles.

Printable Alphabet Letters Flashcards

Autism Alphabet Word Flashcards

Printable Alphabet Words Flashcards

Autism Animals and Babies Flashcards

Printable Animals and Babies Flashcards

Printable Body Parts Head Flashcards

Autism Body Parts All Flashcards

Printable Body Parts All Flashcards

Autism Calm Down Strategies Flashcards

Printable Calm Down Strategies Flashcards

Autism Clothing Flashcards for Speech Therapy

Clothing Flashcards for Speech Therapy

Autism Colors Flashcards

Printable Colors Flashcards

Autism Community Helpers Flashcards

Community Helpers Flashcards

Autism Daily Routine Visual Sceduling Flashcards

Daily Routine Visual Scheduling Flashcards

Autism Days for the Week Flashcards

Days of the Week Flashcards

Autism Emotions Flashcards

Emotions Flashcards – Mixed Kids

Emotions Adult Flashcard

Emotions Flashcards – Adult

Autism Facial Expression Emotions Flashcards

Facial Expression Flashcards

Feeling and Emotions Flashcards – Child

Feelings Flashcards for Speech Therapy

Farm Animal Flashcards

Autism Household Chores Flashcards

Household Chores Flashcards

 Social Skills Video Activity


Video – Learn About Stranger Safety

Video – Teach Coping with Change

Video – Teaching Waiting for Turn

Video – Social Skill Making Eye Contact

Video – Learn to Say Thank You

Honesty Teaching Lesson on Lying

Video – Teaching to Say Sorry

Teaching Online Safety for Kids

Video – Teaching to say “Please”

Teaching Importance of Sharing.

Teach your child keep calm

Video – Learn About Personal Space

 Social Skills Activity Worksheets

Verbal Communication Skills Activity

Non Verbal Communication Skills Activity

Active Listening Social Skills Activity

Tone of Voice Social Skills Activity

Making Eye Contact Social Skills Activity

Sharing & Taking Turn Social Skill Activity

Empathy Building Social Skill Activity

Cooperation Social Skills Activity

Problem Solving Social Skills Activity

Seeking and Offering Help Social Skills Activity

Initiating Conversation Social Skill Activity

Making Friends Social Skills Activity

Understanding Social Cues and Norms Activity

Expressing Emotion Appropriately Social Skills Activity

Managing Frustration and Anger Activity

Cope with Stress and Anxiety Activity

Self Control Social Skill Activity

Saying Please and Thank you Activity

Behaviour Management

Behavioral management strategies can help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) become more self-aware of their actions so they gain a better understanding of the wider world.

Learn to wait 



Staying calm 



Language & Communication

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapists use functional communication training to teach children on the autism spectrum to replace problem behaviors with socially acceptable ways of communicating their needs and desires.

Eye Contact

Verbal Request

Question asking 

Picture Exchange Communication 


Complex Instruction

School Readiness 

ABA therapy can help prepare children to transition into a traditional classroom experience by increasing or improving desired behaviors that are needed to be ready for school.

Joint attention

Group Learning

Observational Learning

Simple Memory Training

How to write

How to Talk

How to Read

Community Skills

Many children and adults on the autism spectrum need help in learning how to act in a community. Building up social skills with useful tools enhances opportunities to be part of the community.

Money skills 

Phone skills 

Learning to shop 

Eat at a restaurant

Understanding public sign 

Road safety

Social Play & Skills

Social skills contain many component skills that may be difficult for children with autism.  Teaching these skills independently allows you to break down these complex concepts into much easier tasks.

Making Friends

Understanding Social Circle 

Choosing Friends

Responding To Bully

Group Games

Fine Motor Skills

Developing motor skills is a challenge for many children with autism. Fine motor skills involve small, controlled movements of the hand and wrist and enable us to complete daily activities in day-to-day life.

Pencil gripping


Fork & spoon



Large motor imitation skills

Learning How to Learn Skills

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities often lack skills that are prerequisites for success in school. Learning how to learn is the ability to adapt and focus, they will be able to able to learn from any teacher, peers, and different environments.

Attending skills


Imitation skills

Table task skills


Memory training

Listening to instructions

Self Help Skills

Self-help skills are those functional skills or tasks that build independence, self-esteem and increase the likelihood that a child will be successful across multiple environments. This involves personal daily hygiene, exercise, nutrition, dealing with an illness, and coping with stress.

Toilet training

Personal care

Food program

Cognitive Thinking

Cognition and Thinking Process programs begin to teach learners to put multiple pieces of information together to generate answers or use other processes to answer questions.

Problem solving 

Quantitative concept 

Deduction & Reasoning Skills 

Logic and Sequencing

Free ABA Materials Flashcards, Worksheets and Resources. A free comprehensive online resource that supports your family with ongoing ABA therapy, ABA therapy can help: Increase language and communication skills; Improve attention, focus, social skills, memory, and academics