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Writing Sentences, Animal Theme, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Writing Sentences, Animal Theme, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Write & Wipe Finish The Sentence Strips for pupils with autism and special education needs who are developing their sentence writing skills. There are 2 levels of sentence starters: 25 with picture prompts 25 with words only Preparation: print, laminate, cut & put strips onto rings. Your pupils will write their sentences using a dry erase marker. You might also like: Writing Sentences Spinner Worksheets, Animal Theme Writing Sentences with Picture Prompts Sentences Fill In The Blanks Cut & Paste Worksheets
CurriculumForAutism
COUNTING TO 5

COUNTING TO 5

These 14 Number worksheets for Early Years and Special Needs are useful for consolidation of practical work on counting objects up to 5. They require little teacher intervention and are ideal to send home. There is an extension task at the bottom of each sheet. ‘Counting to 5’ is exclusive to TES.
bellalettice
Diwali Ten Frame Task Cards

Diwali Ten Frame Task Cards

This download includes task cards with ten frames 0 - 10. Students have to count how many candles are in the ten frame and then select the correct answer out of 3 choices on the bottom of the task card. Come in color/colour and black and white option. All graphics are linked to the theme of Diwali. Instructions are included on the first page of PDF file. 2 task cards come on each page. I recommend cutting and laminating each task card individually, by laminating the task cards you will find they are stronger and longer lasting. This means you can use them year in, year out for your students, just pulling them out of the cupboard and you can wipe them clean after your students have finished with them! Great for number/counting practice especially for the theme of Diwali.
nikkirobs
Bingo - Community Workers

Bingo - Community Workers

Who works in the local community? What jobs do people have? A fun Bingo game to familiarise learners (with Special Education Needs) of all ages with jobs people have in the local community.
Andrea12345
Guy Fawkes - Bonfire night lesson

Guy Fawkes - Bonfire night lesson

A complete Entry level lesson on Guy Fawkes and Bonfire night. Suitable for foundation learners, entry level functional skills and adults with learning difficulties. Produced in plain text with no bright colours or childish pictures making this resource especially suitable for adults and those learners who find colours and pictures confusing. Covers: speaking, listening and communication criteria at entry level 1, 2 & 3 Incudes: • reading and writing activities • dictionary worksheet • following instructions • free writing • Quiz questions
misssez
Educational plan for Special Educational Needs

Educational plan for Special Educational Needs

This Education Plan is an adaptation of an educational plan currently in use in ,any schools. It is suitable for planning specific activities for an individual child and recording progress made after the allocated amount of time.
mollyo
Dividing Integers with Decimals

Dividing Integers with Decimals

A lesson on Dividing integers with decimals using short division. Dyslexic friendly font, powerpoint contains answers and a video for visual learners, activities including worksheets are differentiated. Resources are designed to reflect and respond to students who might have: slower processing, cognitive ability, sensory overload and difficulties with rigid or over flexible thinking. Can easily be used for KS2, KS3 or KS4 intervention groups.
Charmartin19
Multiplying Decimals

Multiplying Decimals

A lesson on multiplying decimals using the lattice method. Dyslexic friendly font, powerpoint contains answers and a video for visual learners, activities including worksheets are differentiated. Resources are designed to reflect and respond to students who might have: slower processing, cognitive ability, sensory overload and difficulties with rigid or over flexible thinking. Aimed at SEND Year 8 students but can easily be used for KS2, KS3 or KS4 intervention groups.
Charmartin19
Fall Build a Sentence for Speech Therapy and Special Ed

Fall Build a Sentence for Speech Therapy and Special Ed

Build a Sentence (18pages) - Autism and Special Needs, Speech therapy Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 12 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? What Color? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the first 12 pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the numbers and pictures. There are 2 pages that serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences: -using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), then -using cards with only words, as shown on the title page. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
angiesiddd
Halloween Building Sentences Activity for Speech Therapy

Halloween Building Sentences Activity for Speech Therapy

Forming Sentences for Autism and Special Education, Speech Therapy, OT Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 15 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the first 15 pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the numbers and pictures. There are 2 pages that serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences: -using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), then -using cards with only words, as shown on the title page. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
angiesiddd