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Kit for Kids Classroom Set

Our Kit for Kids program is designed to teach elementary and middle school students about their autistic peers. The kit is centered around an illustrated booklet entitled What’s Up with Nick? This colorful, kid-friendly booklet tells the story about a new student, an autistic boy named Nick, through the eyes of a neurotypical peer. The story teaches children that autistic peers may think differently or need some accommodations, but all students are of equal worth and should be treated as such. 

This program can be used to increase awareness and acceptance of autism among students in grades Kindergarten-8th grade. The Kit for Kids includes: 20 What’s Up with Nick? Booklets, 1 How to Use Sheet, 1 Lesson Plan, 1 Small Classroom Poster, and 1 Lesson Tips Sheet.  

Product Details

Find additional peer education resources (activity workbooks, friendship tip sheets, etc.) here 

Product Details: 

  • Dimensions 
    • 8 x 1 x 8 in; 32 oz – What’s Up with Nick booklets (20-pack) 
    • 17 x 11 in – Classroom Poster 
    • 8.5 x 11 in – How To Use Sheet 
    • 8.5 x 11 in – Lesson Plan 
    • 8.5 x 11 in – Lesson Tips Sheet 

Funding Support 

  • Lisa Higgins Hussman Foundation 

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