Adaptive functioning impairments are commonly reported in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), both in conceptual, social and practical skills. These refer to the performance of daily activities and personal independence, allowing better functioning in community life. The objective of this study is to develop videos in video-class format for parents and animation for children with ASD between 6 and 10 years old, with guidelines for activities of daily living. A survey of the main needs related to the stimulation of practical skills was carried out with two focus groups: 4 caregivers and 6 professionals. The content analysis of the focus groups indicated three relevant themes with target behaviors to be taught in the videos, being feeding, changing clothes and bathing. The video scripts were elaborated from the categories observed by the content analysis, and sent to six expert judges. They evaluated the adequacy of instructions, language and the visual aspects described in the scripts, considering the age group. After analyzing the content of the scripts, modifications were made according to suggestions for change. After modifications to the script, the videos were prepared and sent to eight more judges to assess their suitability. The material will be made available on a digital platform for free to help people with ASD and their families, and so that future studies can be conducted to investigate the effectiveness of using videos in promoting practical skills in children with ASD.