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The Egyptians (Embedded/Alternative Education)

The Egyptians (Embedded/Alternative Education)

This resource has been created with hard to reach young people in mind. These resources have been used at The Island Project as part of vocational learning as a way of engaging young people who struggled with ADHD, Autism, SEMH and challenging behaviour. Most learners who attend our project are also struggling academically and therefore these materials are designed to allow tutors to scale the difficultly as desired. This bundle contains 6 project plans and is aimed at giving young people the opportunity of learning about Ancient Egypt in a less academic way through more hands on activities using arts and crafts, social play, woodwork, Lego and more. This range of sessions was delivered over a 6 week half term, each session being focused on per week.
bodseh
Victorian Crime and Jack the Ripper ENTIRE SCHEME and RESOURCES

Victorian Crime and Jack the Ripper ENTIRE SCHEME and RESOURCES

This scheme of work was originally made for a SEN group but has since been differentiated for KS3 and taught at year 8 and year 9 to a range of abilities. Though it suits lower to mid for some activities, most lessons are easily adaptable to suit a higher ability class - particularly the Jack the Ripper case file section at the end. It has lessons on the history of Victorian Crime and Punishment, covering topics such as the Queen, the bloody code, Sweeney Todd (truth/fiction), Robert Peel, and the development of new detection methods (such as: finger prints and mugshots). Some a bit creepy or gory, so know your audience! Finally at the end is a case study of Jack the Ripper, which uses a range of original sources and offers students the chance to deduce who they think Jack was based on several possible suspects. This is themed around Sherlock Holmes for fun. There are over 200 slides and all worksheets are included. This has been a popular unit for several years at my school. There are notes on how to apply each worksheet and most slides have explanations. I’ve spent a long time developing this and the vast majority is my own work - I hope you and your students enjoy it!
charstars
DAVID WALLIAMS - Collection of Puzzles, Board Games and Quizzes.

DAVID WALLIAMS - Collection of Puzzles, Board Games and Quizzes.

This fantastic collection of puzzles, board games and quizzes were designed for children who love David Walliams’ books. These resources are based around six books; Awful Auntie, Demon Dentist, Grandpa’s Great Escape, Mr Stink, The Midnight Gang, and The World’s Worst Children [1]. This resource has many uses in the classroom and as homework. All the activities are designed to engage the reader and promote a deep love of reading.
crigdon
Danger awareness, easy to follow

Danger awareness, easy to follow

This pack contains several different versions for 'Danger awareness’ These packs are used for many of my private clients with these being the most populour at the moment. Easy for children with disabilities too understand. Each card shows a clear action for the situation at that time and will assist the user to use the appropriate action.
paulagalovics
Autism communication flash cards

Autism communication flash cards

Total of 16 cards suitable for both male and female use. This set is designed to help the user communicate with what they want. Can be used with a ring fitted, great for when out and about.
paulagalovics
Classroom Accommodation Check List

Classroom Accommodation Check List

Use this Classroom Accommodation Chart to keep track of all of the needs for each of your students. Just print out one for each of your students and keep it with your IEPs. Its a one stop shop for all of the accommodations that should be offered to your students with special needs!
rombop
The World News Crossword - May 20th, 2018

The World News Crossword - May 20th, 2018

The World News Crossword - May 20th, 2018 is a teaching and learning activity based on the events of last week’s news. There is a crossword on last week’s news events, there are two background/explainer search and cloze puzzles (The Venezuela crisis and Jerusalem), and there is another crossword based on a country mentioned in the news crossword (this week it’s Comoros). What happened in last week’s news? India inaugurated a hydro-electric dam that prompted protests from Pakistan because it affects water flowing into the Indus River. Ebola cases were reported in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and 4000 vaccine doses arrived in Kinshasa. Comoros’ ex-president was arrested on charges relating to selling citizenship. Malaysia’s ex-PM’s residence was raided of bags of cash and jewelry. A mountain lion killed a mountain biker in the US. Hawaii’s volcano erupted, prompting more evacuations. Australia and the US were the only countries to vote against a UN investigation into the Israeli killings of Palestinians in Gaza. The two background/explainer puzzles aim to teach more about ongoing news stories. This week there is an explanation of why Jerusalem is central to the Middle East troubles. There is also an explanation of Venezuela’s economic and human crisis. These puzzles are excellent for driving students’ research skills. When students work in small groups they learn cooperation and team work. They help with concentration and, of course, handwriting. But best of all, these puzzles generate real-world discussions. The students leave the less asking questions like, ‘Why would North Korea even want nuclear weapons and why does the US care?’ ‘Why does China want a military base in the South China Sea?’ ‘Why have some UK supermarkets added a ‘plastic-free’ label on some products?’
BFP
Football World Cup 2018 - with Widgit Symbols

Football World Cup 2018 - with Widgit Symbols

Football World Cup Russia 2018 This free pack contains a World Cup Chart to record the progress of the competition, World Cup Flags Display Cards, World Cup Flashcards and World Cup Trading Cards. The World Cup Chart allows you to cut and stick the relevant country flags to record the progress of the competition from group stages to the final. The World Cup Flags Display Cards can be used to display all the flags of the countries competing in this years World Cup. The World Cup Trading Cards can be used to learn facts about the competing countries as well as play a variety of memory games (instruction included). The pack also includes a set of World Cup related flashcards to help promote discussion about the beautiful game. It can also be used to learn the different flags of the countries playing in the competition. This resource was created with InPrint 3 Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.
Widgit_Software
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
**REST BREAKS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT Presentation**

**REST BREAKS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT Presentation**

REST BREAKS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT Presentation The purpose of the course is to: **To identify the meaning of the identified Access Arrangements. To demonstrate strategies that will support the identified Access Arrangements. To apply your understanding the identified Access Arrangements to an actual exam question. **
davisandrea
Basic Math Adapted Books

Basic Math Adapted Books

Here you have 3 files to make 3 basic math adapted books, to practice counting to 10. Save up to 20% by buying this bundle. Thanks for stopping by!
paulinarl06
Basic Maths Adapted Book "How many ice cream scoops do you want?

Basic Maths Adapted Book "How many ice cream scoops do you want?

Follow me on TES and Facebook, for new releases, special offers, and freebies. You will find one PDF file to make a counting adapted book. (1-10) “How many ice cream scoops do you want?” English and Spanish versions. The file has 7 pages. In page 1 you will find the cover and 10 delicious ice cream cones. Cut in half the next 5 pages, and leave number 7 as it is. Cut the ice cream that you will find on page 1, laminate everything, and bind, by the left side. Then put some velcro behind the ice cream cones and in the hands of the ice cream bear. Put some velcro also on the last page on the right side. If you have any problem please write me to paulinarl06@hotmail.com
paulinarl06
Basic Maths Adapted Book "The Penguin wants to eat"

Basic Maths Adapted Book "The Penguin wants to eat"

Follow me on TES for new releases, freebies and special offers. This download consists of 7 pages to make an adapted book, “The Penguin wants to eat”. You only have to print the 7 pages, cut, laminate and re-cut them, to have 12 pages. Don’t cut the last page. In the first 6 pages, you will find the cover of your book and 10 images of a very hungry penguin and 10 plates full of fishes. In the last one, you will find the back cover, so you can velcro the plates on the right side there. Organize everything and bind it. The task consists of searching for the plate that has the number (located on the upper left side) of fishes. A hands-on activity to practice counting. If you have any questions or any problem please write me at paulinarlO6@hotmail.com Thank you very much Happy teaching!
paulinarl06
Basic Maths Adapted Book the Monster wants to eat

Basic Maths Adapted Book the Monster wants to eat

This download consists of 7 pages to make an adapted book, “The Monster wants to eat”. You only have to print the 7 pages, cut, laminate and re-cut them, to have 12 pages. Don’t cut the last page. In the first 6 pages, you will find the cover of your book and 10 images of a very hungry monster and 10 delicious chocolate chips cookies. In the last one, you will find the back cover, so you can velcro the cookies on the right side there. Organize everything and bind it. The task consists of searching for the cookie that has the number (located on the upper left side) of chocolate chips. A hands-on activity to practice counting. If you have any questions or any problem please write me at paulinarlO6@hotmail.com Thank you very much Happy teaching!
paulinarl06
10 Basic Maths Adapted Books.

10 Basic Maths Adapted Books.

You will find 10 files to make 10 adapted books to practice counting to 10. Every file has 7 pages. Cut in half the first 6 pages, and leave number 7 as it is. Cut the numbers that you will find on page 6, laminate everything, and bind, by the left side. Then put some velcro behind the numbers and in the little squares located in the upper left side. And on the last page on the right side. Do the same with the other 9 files and you will have 10 adapted, fun, colorful books. Thanks for stopping by!
paulinarl06
The World News Crossword - May 13th, 2018

The World News Crossword - May 13th, 2018

The World News Crossword - May 13th, 2018 is a simple PDF document that contains: A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, A Search & Cloze puzzle that explains the plastic pollution problem, A Search & Cloze puzzle that explains the Rohingya Crisis, and A crossword about Climate Change. (The answers are included.) So what happened in last week’s news? Rohingya refugees were killed by wild elephants in the refugee camps in Bangladesh. The US-imposed tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint has raised the cost of US newspapers’ newsprint. A Pakistan court ruled that a US diplomat who allegedly killed a motorcyclist while driving drunk does not have diplomatic immunity. Iraq and East Timor held elections. Moldova’s government ruled out reunification talks with Romania. Poland’s government cut its politicians’ salaries and Zimbabwe’s government raised the pensions and salaries of war veterans and government workers. Israel won the Eurovision song contest, the sea off San Diego glowed blue, and India’s prime minister opened a hydro-electric construction project in Nepal. But it’s less about what happened and more about why. Why are a million Rohingya people living in squalid refugee camps in Bangladesh? Why did US air force planes intercept Russian bombers of the Alaskan coast and why did Chinese air force planes fly around Taiwan? Why is the US president meeting the North Korean leader? Why did Malaysia elect a 92 year old prime minister? Why are Africans still dying of hunger and Ebola? These puzzles are a simple and effective teaching tool for research skills (finally, they can use their smart-phones for something useful), for collaborative learning (because these puzzles work really well when students work in pairs or small groups), for reasoning skills and handwriting skills… We’ve had positive feedback from teachers using the puzzles with ADHD students and with GATE students, in PSHE / homeroom lessons, in English, Economics, Geography, Business… (some teachers even say they make staff meetings bearable - cheeky, eh?) A new World News Crossword resource is published every week.
BFP
Basic shape, number, CVC words and letters and colour worksheets and activities

Basic shape, number, CVC words and letters and colour worksheets and activities

Symbols, pictures and words, differentiated to be used as worksheets or printed and laminated for use with whiteboard pens, letter and number blocks, magnetic letters/ numbers/ shapes, real objects etc. Practice recognition of basic colour, number and shape concepts. Practice writing numbers and words, writing names of colours and shapes and drawing shapes through copying, tracing and independent writing. Build sentences to say what you can see, using PECS style sentence structures.
kathryn372
Eurovision Final 2018 with Widgit Symbols

Eurovision Final 2018 with Widgit Symbols

Enjoy Eurovision with this symbol supported pack containing: Flashcards Key Words to support what you see during Eurovision. Bingo Listen out for the words on your card during each song. Get them all? Call BINGO! Match Countries Can you match the flags with the country shapes? Scorecard Score all the acts from the final - give points out of ten for each song and performance. Work out the total and give 12 points to your top scorer, then 10, then 8-1. How do your scores compare to the official ones? This resource was created in InPrint 3 Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.
Widgit_Software
KS3&4 Lesson Planning Menus (Printable)

KS3&4 Lesson Planning Menus (Printable)

A set of 4 editable PowerPoint Menus that you can use to quickly and easily plan an entire lesson’s worth of activities. Each menu can be printed for the class or can be displayed on the white-board, like any standard PowerPoint lesson. This set includes A stylish café style menu with room for up to 11 different lesson tasks, activities or homework assignments. A minimalist design with lots of room for information, this menu is suitable for KS4 and higher ability learners. There is plenty of space on this activity sheet to push students with extension goals and independent research information. A bold, diner style menu with room for up to 9 activities. This retro-looking menu works well with mixed ability KS3 and 4 groups and features a prominent center panel that draws the eye and can be used to present crucial information to your students. A colourful, fast-food style menu with room for 4 activities. This vibrant menu is full of bright imagery and large text, making it ideal for KS3 students, or those with SEN/differentiation needs; it offers a more focused choice of activities for students to work through. A modern, bistro style pamphlet with room to set 5 homework tasks. This A5 homework tracker can be printed two-to-a-page and handed out to students at the beginning of the week or before study-leave and half-term breaks. Suitable for all ages and ability groups. These editable menus provide teachers with a quick and easy method to create fun, independence-focused lessons with differentiation built in to the structure itself. They’re also great for providing a quick cover lesson to leave with your cover teachers. The lessons come in the standard PowerPoint format and are completely editable. Though suitable for any subject, they are particularly useful for English, Humanities and MFL departments. Sets include printer-friendly black and white printables as well.
DifferentiatedLearning
Like or Dislike - Social and emotional resources

Like or Dislike - Social and emotional resources

This resource consists of: 104 cards 1 game board 5 worksheets Children will learn that it is ok to say what they like or what they dislike. They will also understand that everyone has different likes and dislikes. Teach diversity.
Elsasupport
The World News Crossword - May 6th, 2018

The World News Crossword - May 6th, 2018

The World News Crossword - May 6th, 2018 is 4 word puzzles in one easy-to-download and save PDF. The first puzzle is a crossword based on last week’s news events. Lava flowing in Hawaii. Women allowed in Japan’s bull-fighting rings. People traffickers intercepted leaving Sri Lanka. Protests in France and Russia. An election in Lebanon after 10 years. A game keeper attacked by a lion in South Africa. A crack in the core of a nuclear reactor in Scotland. The next two puzzles and Search & Cloze puzzles - an extended passage with words removed and put into a word search grid. The first of these two puzzles is a Brexit explainer, and the second is a discussion about data protection. The fourth puzzle is a crossword about climate change. All of these puzzles encourage research skills, logic and problem solving skills, and even handwriting skills. More significantly each of the puzzles will prompt discussion about the events in the puzzles. Who owns our personal data? Why aren’t firms like Facebook and banks fined when they lose our personal information? Why don’t they even apologise? The Syrian war has been going longer than World War 2. And MH370 is still missing - after 4 years of high-tech. searching, can an airliner still be missing? Why is Russia so concerned about simple street protests? These are xxcellent activities for Business, Economics, Geography, Social Studies, PSHE, ESL, and SEN.
BFP
SEND IEP template/Pupil Learning Passport

SEND 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
Toileting

Toileting

How to support a young person or child who has toileting issues and ASD
leegibbons