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My Transition Book

My Transition Book

A social story with spaces to add your own photos. We make one for the class and also make individual ones for children with SEN or Social and Emotional needs who we feel will need more support with the transition to next year. Use to prepare children for their new teacher, new classroom etc.
dohertyon
Quick IEP (Editable in Google Docs)

Quick IEP (Editable in Google Docs)

This one-page “Quick IEP” document. It is great for your students general education and resource teachers. It allows teachers to easily see what accommodations your IEP students have. Included is a printable PDF file as well as an editable Google Doc. You can easily change the accommodations to fit your student’s IEP.
rombop
Feeling Charts

Feeling Charts

These feeling charts have been created to be an interactive, frequently-used, classroom resource. The more students utilize the charts, the more the classroom as a whole and the student as an individual, will benefit. Students better understand their own emotions when they learn to identify what they are feeling; and proceed to learn how to cope with those emotions. This, in return, allows for a positive classroom environment with less confusion and more understanding between students and teachers. -There are 24 feelings included: aggressive, angry, annoyed, bored, calm, cold, confident, confused, disappointed, embarrassed, excited, friendly, frustrated, funny, grumpy, happy, hot, hungry, hurt, lazy, motivated, nervous, overwhelmed, proud, quiet, sad, scared, shy, sick, silly, surprised, tired -One large feelings chart. Three miniature feelings charts. -All emoji faces are labeled with their emotion.
mk115116
Template Bundle

Template Bundle

Back to School : TEMPLATE BUNDLE This Bundle includes: AFL Pie Chart: An AFL activity sheet using a numeracy activity for use in all subject areas. Customisable to any topic. Based on a hierarchy activity. There are three differentiated sheets Higher, Mid and Lower. Check out our ‘How to drawer Graphs’ PPT for the instruction sheet on how to create Pie Charts as an instruction tool for pupils to go with this activity. Fact File Template: A template for pupils to use based on an organisation they are studying. Marking Codes Doodles: Here are 15 marking codes that will prove invaluable for you when marking your pupils’ digital work. Included in this bundle are the red, green and off white/grey codes. Simply drag the doodle into the document you are marking, right click the item and select the wrap text option, ensure that it is placed ‘In front of text’. You will be able to place this anywhere in the document with ease! Included in this resource is a PowerPoint with the explanation of the marking codes. Gone are the days when you have to print out pupils work and make short comments by hand! Reward Bingo: This resource is meant to be printed out onto A3 paper and displays in the classroom. This can be used as a reward for excellent work. We usually allow pupils to choose their own number and write their name in the space provided. Once the two sheets are full numbers are chosen at random and rewards are issued to the lucky winners. Teacher Feedback Sheet: For use when marking books as a summative feedback for pupils and parents. Think, Pair, Share: Template for pupils to work as individuals, pairs and groups on a task of your choosing. Random Name Generator: This is a fun way to ensure pupil participation in lessons. The PowerPoint is completely editable. It has space to up to 35 pupil names. Pupils names can be added to each slide and once in presentation mode, click anywhere on slide two and a name will be generated. N.B. the same pupil can be selected more than once on this presentation. Please visit and like our page: TeachElite Visit our TeachElite shop!
TeachElite
New IEP template/Pupil Learning Passport

New IEP template/Pupil Learning Passport

The file included is an updated/new IEP template which is renamed ‘Pupil Learning Passport’. It is used successfully in conjunction with face-to-face parental meetings once per term. We allocated 20-25 minutes each for the Autumn term parental meetings and 10-15 minutes each for the Spring and Summer term meetings, although longer may be needed depending on the nature of the outcomes, progress made as well as the individual circumstances surrounding the pupil . Pupil Learning Passports (PLPs) can be used for SEND, LAC and disadvantaged pupils. What does it do? Outlines personal details and SEND category/categories Links to SEND ranges Outlines the pupil’s strengths, achievements and interests ( pupil discussions are held once a year prior to the first parental meeting). Outlines external agencies involved Outlines background information (status, medical and external agencies) Incorporates pupil voice - ‘barriers to learning’ and ‘I learn best when’ States outcomes and learning targets (Autumn, Spring and Summer) Outlines provision (intervention, resources, strategies and what I can do at home to help Tracks attainment and progress data Reviews outcomes Incorporates parent views Includes details of transition Why is it more effective? One document that is updated each term for one year and the follows the pupil into future year groups One document that tracks pupil progress for their whole school career from Reception to Y6, or whenever they join your school In-line with the SEND Code of Practice 2015, incorporating parent and pupil voice and views Sections are written in conjunction with the pupil It combines IEPs and Pupil Passports removing the need for two separate documents Links directly to SEND Provision Map Saves teachers time having ‘tick box’ options in various sections All relevant information needed for referrals is in one place All relevant information in one place to ensure all staff involved with the child is aware of provision, needs, resources and strategies Acts as a transition document (class to class/teacher to teacher, across Key stages and to new schools) Overall, it replaces a lot of singular documents and creates one meaningful and multi-purpose document for SEND pupils.
littledude2011
The Power of Yet Growth Mindset A3 Poster

The Power of Yet Growth Mindset A3 Poster

This A3 Power of Yet Poster is set to empower your students with their positive thinking. It is bright and colorful. I have included the file as both a PDF and a PNG depending on your printing requirements. If you would like the poster in a different size then simply shrink it with you printer settings or adjust the PNG file. I have not included a black and white version as it looks best in color.
Kiwilander
After Diagnosis

After Diagnosis

Information for parents and carers of children, young people or adults on the autism Spectrum
leegibbons
Good day/bad day - thinking tool

Good day/bad day - thinking tool

Good day/Bad day - great thinking tool to find out information from a child on what they consider is a good day and what they consider is a bad day. How can a bad day be turned into a good day?
Elsasupport
SCERTS  - based IEP Examples

SCERTS - based IEP Examples

If you are in the process of implementing SCERTS model into your assessment and planning practice, you will find these documents useful. I merged my school’s IEP template with one of the SCERTS assessment forms and used these for two years in my classroom, with great success. The four editable documents contain some of the SCERTS goals and Transaction Support Strategies to help achieve them. The students used as examples were at the communication stages 1 and 2.
rumanowski
Zoo Animals Activities - Yes No Questions

Zoo Animals Activities - Yes No Questions

Yes No Questions Worksheets with real photos for Special Ed, Occupational Tharapy, Speech Therapy, ABA Therapy, TEACCH This is a great activity to target basic yes/no questions, good for students with autism and special needs. There are 14 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Have the students answer the questions and circle the right answer. Use dry erase markers to write on the cards.
angiesiddd
Superheroes

Superheroes

A bundle of work loosely themed around superheroes. You can easily adapt the wording an images to suit the interests of your students. covers creative writing, persuasive writing and using speech.
twewilletts
School Improvement & Development Tools -Teaching & Learning  - OFSTED Preparation Pack

School Improvement & Development Tools -Teaching & Learning - OFSTED Preparation Pack

This Bundle is a complete package of whole school policies, tools & resources to improve the quality of teaching & learning. included LEARNING WALK POLICY & FEEDBACK PROFORMA BOOK SCRUTINY TEMPLATE OFSTED INSPECTION QUESTIONS STUDENT CASE STUDY TEMPLATE & WRITING GUIDE ££ SAVE 30% by buying this TEACHING & LEARNING BUNDLE ££ I designed these resources to overhaul, co-ordinate & improve the quality of teaching & learning of an establishment to the OFSTED RATING of GOOD All resources can be adapted & branded to suit any school/teaching establishments. Great tools to embed a consistent routine to evaluate & develop teaching & learning on a whole school/departmental scale When inspected by OFSTED in FEB 2018, Teaching & Learning was judged GOOD and this MONITORING system was praised by Inspectors as being “FLEXIBLE & CREATIVE”
merk90
Feelings / emotions cards

Feelings / emotions cards

Four different card sets containing different emotions. The sets include: 18 cards showing different emotions with photographs of girls’ faces 18 cards showing different emotions with photographs of boys’ faces 12 cards with different emoticons 9 cards with girl clipart faces Plus 2 A4 sheets of black and white emoticons to use for activities with the children.
highwaystar
FREE What I did Over The Weekend

FREE What I did Over The Weekend

This is a great activity for those students who have limited language and echolalia, early age and children with autism. They kids are given the choices to answer the “what” question that will help to make a short conversation about their weekend. There are 6 pages to be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one icluding picture names in border bottom and the second one including only the picture. Use velcro on the back side of each card.
angiesiddd
Daily routine flash cards for visual sequencing

Daily routine flash cards for visual sequencing

The cards can be used to help children plan the day, get ready for what is happening next and to communicate with others. There are 72 cards included; 9 to each A4 sheet. If there are any other activities / extra cards you would like adding to the pack, please send a message and I can add them.
highwaystar
Match it! - emotional literacy, emotional intelligence, mental health, emotions

Match it! - emotional literacy, emotional intelligence, mental health, emotions

This is a matching game using emotions from different nationalities. Of course it has the underlying message that we all feel emotions no matter who you are, where you live or whatever your skin colour is. Included in the pack: A game board A feelings mat in colour and black and white worksheets covering all the emotions shown in boy version and girl version Each child throws a die and moves that number of places. If they land on a ‘child’ they must match that emotion to their mat. They can circle it on their mat with a dry wipe pen. Encourage them to name the emotion. This could be extended to ‘Tell me a time when you felt like that’. If they land on an instruction then they must move that number of places either forwards or backwards. The winner is the person who has circled the most emotions on their mat when everyone has reached the end of the game board. The feelings mat could also be used as an emotional register or a prompt for including emotions in their writing. There is a set of worksheets for each emotion (boy and girl version) to explore the child’s emotion in more detail. It is simply drawing a picture and writing a sentence or two.
Elsasupport
Emotions Intervention - Mental Health, emotional intelligence, emotional literacy

Emotions Intervention - Mental Health, emotional intelligence, emotional literacy

This intervention is written for a group of six children and is led by an ELSA or teaching assistant. It covers recognising, labelling and expressing the six basic emotions. It is written for children from 4-7 but could also be useful for children with autism or special needs. The sessions last for approximately 40 to 60 minutes. The intervention covers the six basic emotions of happy, sad, angry, scared, surprised and disgusted. A pre and post assessment is filled in by the class teacher at the beginning and end of the intervention. The assessments we use are enclosed with this pack. These assessments cover other areas of emotional literacy and social skills but are a good indicator of any other problems that the child may have. Please choose which ones you want to use. You may have other generic assessments that you use but it is important to try and track progress however you choose to do it. Often when a child takes part in this type of intervention other skills are developed too. For example social skills, sharing, co-operating, teamwork and self-esteem to name a few. It is a good idea to keep a book, like a learning journey to stick the children’s work in. This is a brilliant way of sharing with parents and teachers things that the children are doing with you. All the paper resources are included in this pack. You will need a large sheet of paper for week 6 and a cuddly teddy and hoops for week 2. Learning objectives are as follows: I can recognise and name the six basic emotions I can understand the reasons why I might feel different emotions I can give examples of when I felt happy and sad I can give examples of when I felt angry and scared I can give examples of when I felt surprised and disgusted I can tell you about some of the physical sensations I get when I feel an emotion
Elsasupport
Personalised Story pack 2 - Social skills

Personalised Story pack 2 - Social skills

The pack includes: 10 different stories – which can be personalised with a photo and a name. These are available in a girl version and boy version where needed. Prompt cards – these take the key points from the story which can be put on a keyring and used often to remind children of what they are trying to achieve Target sheet – Children colour a star and number each time they hit their target. Certificate – Children get to take a certificate home when they have filled in the 5 stars on the target sheet.
Elsasupport
Symbols for Lessons and School Activities for Timetables and Structure - SEN - ASD - Behaviour

Symbols for Lessons and School Activities for Timetables and Structure - SEN - ASD - Behaviour

Symbols for lessons to create specific timetables. Symbols can be cut up, laminated, velcroed etc. This ensures that pupils know what to expect during the day and this can particularly support pupils with SEN, behavioural difficulties or anxiety. Symbolised timetables can be tailoured for the individual pupil or can be displayed for the whole class to see. Simple attached to a strip of velcro.
AMPickin
Now and Next Board - Complete with Timetable Lesson Symbols - SEN - Behaviour

Now and Next Board - Complete with Timetable Lesson Symbols - SEN - Behaviour

Now and next boards helps pupils with SEN and behavioural difficulties to focus on what they should be doing in the instant, and what will be happening next. This is a very supportive strategy as it breaks the day down into simple stages and helps to alleviate anxiety. Simply attach a piece of velcro to the now and next areas. Symbols for lessons and transitions can be laminated and used to velcro to the board.
AMPickin
Booklet of 13 Memory Activities

Booklet of 13 Memory Activities

A booklet of 13 different activities for children to play to aid their memory. Great to use to generate ideas about interventions or to assist SEN. Also great for social groups and everyday time fillers.
orangedaisy86
Spring Clothing - Adapted Book for Autism

Spring Clothing - Adapted Book for Autism

What Do I Wear in the Spring Interactive Book (26 pages) for early age, pre-K and Special Education students. Can be used in March, April and May. The resource uses real life pictures that works great with students with autism. It is great for learnig the spring clothing as well as the body parts they should be used on. The pages must be printed and laminated. There are different ways to use the printables, depending on your students ability. The last 4 pages with cards must be cut out. Use velcro dots on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the pages of the book.
angiesiddd