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The History of the phone - 50 years

The History of the phone - 50 years

This is the history of the phone for the last 50 years. It has a notebook showing how the phone has changed over each decade since 1967. It goes from the red telephone box to the iPhone. There are activities to play and a phone visual board. It has visual images to support it. There is a funny movie showing me using the different phones over the last 50 years. It was made for special needs and would be useful for young mainstream students. It was made for my school which is celebrating its 50 birthday and we are based in Sydney. It is a fun, easily adaptable resource.

By pearp

Life Cycle of a Kookaburra - Interactive Activities and Worksheets

Life Cycle of a Kookaburra - Interactive Activities and Worksheets

Life cycle of a kookaburra - this resource contains an interactive whiteboard smart notebook activity. It shows the life cycle of the kookaburra and then has a range of interactive activities to reinforce the learning. There are accompanying worksheets for the kookaburra life cycle as well as pre-literacy reading and writing worksheets relating to the kookaburra. It has visual images to reinforce the understanding of the concepts. It was design for special needs but would work very well for early mainstream students.

By pearp

Learn About Feelings - Perfect for Beginning Learners - Pre-K- 1

Learn About Feelings - Perfect for Beginning Learners - Pre-K- 1

This purchase is for a "My Feelings" BOOKLET for grades Pre-K - 2 AND puzzles to go along with each word. The booklet can be stapled together or glued into a notebook. The feelings included with the worksheets and puzzles are: Happy, Sad, Excited, Scared, Worried and Angry. *****These worksheets focus on writing the feeling and bringing the feeling into REAL WORLD experiences. I have used this with Small Groups, Individual Counseling and Whole Class Instruction. If you have any questions please email me at schoolcounselingconfessions@gmail.com Check out my website School Counseling Confessions for great information and more FREEBIES! Follow me on INSTAGRAM @schoolcounselingconfessions Follow me on PINTEREST @scconfessions Thank you, Vanessa School Counseling Confessions

By schoolcounselingconfessions

Alton Towers trip for pupils with SEN (PMLD & SLD): Risk Assessment & Parent Information PPT

Alton Towers trip for pupils with SEN (PMLD & SLD): Risk Assessment & Parent Information PPT

This pack includes a risk assessment and hazard sheet example used for two classes of pupils with Severe Learning Difficulties and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. There are also two PowerPoint presentations with pictures from our risk assessment visit and a Q&A parent information evening held prior to the trip. If you would like more information about this trip including FAQs and learning opportunities for your pupils please visit our blog at http://sensorydispensary.blogspot.co.uk/. We blog about planning, resources, research, events, CPD, reviews and much more.

By Sensory_Dispensary

Same Different Math Symbols, Visual Discrimination, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Same Different Math Symbols, Visual Discrimination, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Same or Different flashcards with Math Symbols for pupils with autism and special educational needs. There are two levels of cards: Same/Different Colours Same/Different Symbols (total 64 cards) Easy prep: just print, laminate & cut I like to use these cards with fly swats- pupils 'swat & say' whether the pictures are same or different. These cards make a great turn taking game for a small group. You might also like: What is Different? Classifying Skills Visual Thinking Write & Wipe Visual Thinking Skills BUNDLE

By CurriculumForAutism

Numbers- dice game addition, recording and group game

Numbers- dice game addition, recording and group game

Suitable for Pre-schoolers, Reception, SEN. Suitable for all abilities. Can be used as paired or group work. Great for social skills. Take it in turns to roll the dice, count the number you roll, then mark off the correct number on the worksheet, recording your rolled number. The first to mark off all the boxes wins. Lower abilities- use spotted dice to enable 1-to-1 counting. Middle abilities- use numbered dice. Higher abilities- use numbered dice. Could be extended to get them to start at the number (either 50 or 65) then subtract each throw, recording the sum on the back of the worksheet.

By smidgealot

Fidget Spinner 'Back to School' Activity - 'All About Me' Activity Pack,  Great For Class Display!

Fidget Spinner 'Back to School' Activity - 'All About Me' Activity Pack, Great For Class Display!

This ‘All about me’ pack is a great back to school activity for getting to know your new class. The pack consists of 12 fidget spinners for your pupils to write or draw on about hopes for the end of the school year, dreams for the future, what makes them happy/angry, what they are good at, want to be better at and things they really want you to know! !! A no hassle pack that doesn't require any preparation from you! Just print in your choice of colour or black and white! Brilliant when cut out, threaded together and hung to create a fidget spinner mobile. Looks stunning when used as a whole class display! Please rate and leave feedback for this product! Follow for more resources and Special Education resources! Good luck on your return to school, you got this!!

By theautismplayground

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Diary Activity

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Diary Activity

This diary is great used alongside the story ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle. Great to be used with EYFS, Special Needs pupils or pupils with EAL Group activity and worksheets included!! The pack includes: 2 Diary front cover options Group Diary - 5 diary pages: day of the week, foods tried, comment on how it tasted. Also hidden caterpillars on each page! Individual Diary - to allow children to draw/write what they practiced as a group. All of the foods found in the story! A TEACCH task great for independent work! Just print, cut, laminate and velcro! Great bound as a book! Great for speaking and listening, days of the week, commenting, group participation and encouraging those with restrictive diets to explore new foods! The TEACCH task is a lovely activity to help build independence!

By theautismplayground

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - USA

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - USA

This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different money skills for your students. ★ 23 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with different levels for many of the pages. This resource contains USA currency. All the activities in this work folder are for your students to work on money life skills, to learn the value of money and also to recognise different coins/notes. Money is an important skill for our students to work on and this adapted folder will provide us with another way to work on this with our students. Some of the activities included are; • Matching coins • Matching notes • Matching heads to tails on coins • Matching pice tags to coins • Which costs more • Shopping and paying for groceries • Paying for toys • Paying for clothes • Paying for groceries • Paying for food in a restaurant • Counting money in piggy bank • Putting together coins/notes to make a price

By nikkirobs

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - Canadian

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - Canadian

This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different money skills for your students. ★ 23 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with different levels for many of the pages. This resource contains Canadian currency. All the activities in this work folder are for your students to work on money life skills, to learn the value of money and also to recognise different coins/notes. Money is an important skill for our students to work on and this adapted folder will provide us with another way to work on this with our students. Some of the activities included are; • Matching coins • Matching notes • Matching heads to tails on coins • Matching pice tags to coins • Which costs more • Shopping and paying for groceries • Paying for toys • Paying for clothes • Paying for groceries • Paying for food in a restaurant • Counting money in piggy bank • Putting together coins/notes to make a price

By nikkirobs

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - Australian

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - Australian

This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different money skills for your students. ★ 23 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with different levels for many of the pages. Comes in Australian currency. All the activities in this work folder are for your students to work on money life skills, to learn the value of money and also to recognise different coins/notes. Money is an important skill for our students to work on and this adapted folder will provide us with another way to work on this with our students. Some of the activities included are; • Matching coins • Matching notes • Matching heads to tails on coins • Matching pice tags to coins • Which costs more • Shopping and paying for groceries • Paying for toys • Paying for clothes • Paying for groceries • Paying for food in a restaurant • Counting money in piggy bank • Putting together coins/notes to make a price

By nikkirobs