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Neurodiversity + Autism Acceptance Coloring Pages

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Digital download

This is a digital download, no physical items will be sent to you. You will see the download as either a PDF or zip file.

Celebrate neurodiversity during Autism Acceptance month (April), Disability Awareness month (March), and all year round with this set of coloring pages.

Each coloring page has a key message, phrase, or saying with a matching image that is important to highlight around neurodiversity, autism acceptance, disability acceptance, and more.

Student creativity: The activity allows for lots of student creativity and can fill up any amount of time you need. There is space for students to write, draw, cut and paste pictures from magazines or online.

Differentiation options: This resource includes 3 leveled options for your students to complete the activity that start with a simple image to text, backgrounds, and more complex images to color in.

Ideas for use:
  • Morning meeting
  • Arts and crafts activity
  • Paired with a neurodiversity/autism acceptance/disability awareness lesson and activity
  • Transition activity, warm-up, for early finishers
  • 1:1, small group, independent work, whole class

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What's Inside?

Resource Guide

  • Resource Walkthrough
  • Printing Guidelines
  • Suggestions for Use and Differentiation

Coloring Pages

  • Full page
  • 3 levels
  • 11 pages for each level
  • 33 total pages


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Lisa Kulpa
Great resource

I am an elementary self contained classroom teacher for students with autism. I used mostly level 2 images (1 of 1, 2 of 3, 6 of 2)for coloring pages that are now displayed on my students’ lockers as part of the Autism Acceptance Month display at our school. I plan on purchasing other resources for future years displays.