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Sentence Building for Speech Therapy
Build a Sentence BUNDLE (What? What color? How many?) for Autism and Special Needs, Speech Therapy, OT, TEACCH, ABA, Kindergarten and preschool students. This autism activity is fun and engaging! #sped #specialeducation #autism #tpt #autismresources #speechtherapy
Self Regulation Tools: Personalized strategy poster - No prep activity centre
Help your students to learn about their emotions/feelings and which strategies they can use to stay calm and ready to learn, using this fun no prep activity! Students then create their own poster! Students write their name in the middle of the poster and personalise it by colouring in the tools they can use. This poster can then be placed on the student's desk, in their toolbox, in their tub, in a classroom calm corner etc.
A Social Story + Mini Workbook for Students with ADHD
This 21-page workbook includes 8 social stories starring Kayden. Kayden is a 5th grader with ADHD and has difficulties with impulse control in the classroom. Each story is followed by a discussion question and multiple choice answers. The students will read each story and then decide which choice is the best to make for Kayden.
Autism Visuals Bundle
This is a bundle of visual resources from my store that will be great additions to your classroom, and to help support and motivate your students with Special Needs / ASD / Autism. Each resources comes with instructions so you are able to implement them and use them in the best possible way in your classroom!
All About Me Activities - Fidget Spinner Theme
Download these All About Me activities with a fidget spinner theme! Ideal for end of year or back to school! The pack contains activities that can be used in the following ways: 1. An All About Me sheet for pupils to fill in the sections of the fidget spinners with pictures or
11 Sensory Red Flags - Your Kid's Table
Dissecting what is sensory behavior can be soooo overwhelming. Worse is that parents worry they are totally missing other signs for sensory difficulties. These are some of those commonly missed
Movement Breaks Cards
This resource includes 2 different styles of movement breaks / brain breaks to be used for the classroom; flashcards or round toppers which can be put on top of pens/pencils/lollipop sticks etc.Students can start to lose concentration if they are sat working at a desk/activity for a long period of time, so introduce some fun and jazz up your classroom with these fabulous movement breaks to get your students engaged and focused again.These can be introduced at whatever time interval you deem ...