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Health and Safety Workplace Bundle 2

Health and Safety Workplace Bundle 2

Lesson Starter / Warmup Start the lesson with a fun dice game focussing on Personal Protective Equipment. Move on to a mix and match group activity exploring common words taken from H&S Policies . Then use the interactive digital challenge with questions to uncover an image. (competitive and fun for pairs and teams). Ensure learners know about the forms to use in the workplace and when to use them with the Workplace Incident / Accident / Near Miss lesson and the Template to be filled in when an incident occurs. Finish off with a fun crossword puzzle that reinforces the same words learnt previously. Lots of room for discussion in these topics.
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Daily Living Skills-Dating Workbooks Bundle Pack

Daily Living Skills-Dating Workbooks Bundle Pack

Here is the cost-saving bundle pack to help your students work on the myriad skills involved in dating. This pack includes: DRESS FOR SUCCESS—Looks at basic hygiene, ideas on bathroom organization, hints on organizing time/supplies for easy dressing, (also business attire and “appropriate” dress), clothes storage, hanger use, etc. (Pgs. 41) MAKING CONVERSATION—Discusses topic choice, Facebook’s top conversation choices, appropriate/inappropriate conversations, conversation starters, body language and eye contact, how to “invite yourself in,” how to end a conversation, accepting rejection. (Pgs. 59) FAIR FIGHTING—Interpersonal relationships have conflict, this book teaches students how to disagree without being disagreeable. It also teaches the four rules of “fair fighting:” 1) No violence, 2) Stay in the now, 3) Don’t pile on and 4) End in Win-Win. (Pgs. 43) EVERYDAY MANNERS--Greetings, introductions, opening doors, cell phone manners, table manners, flag etiquette, hat etiquette, and pedestrian manners are all addressed here and will help your students feel confident when dating in public places. (Pgs. 45) SAFE DATING—Checks if the student is ready to date, who to date/personal values, where to look for dates, online dating, 10 tips to safe dating, creating a dating plan, group and buddy dating, PDA’s, how far is too far?, ways to say “no”, how to accept “no.” (Pgs. 61) Like all Daily Living Skills workbooks, this series is written on a high third/low fourth grade level and targeted to the mild-to-moderate population (although, you’ll see in the ratings, many teachers of students with moderate-to-severe disabilities have used the program successfully.) All vocabulary is defined immediately in context so students build confidence in the information. Pages are light and airy with lots of bullet-points and pictures, and are set with a tone that is friendly, yet respects the sensibilities of this age group. Every book contains an answer key and Parent Letter explaining what transition skills you are addressing along with suggestions for parent follow-up at home in compliance with federal mandates. Lessons can easily be used in a “buy today/use today” fashion with no training and little preparation. Or, if you are a newer teacher or new to special education, the DAILY LIVING SKILLS TEACHERS MANUAL gives information on classroom organization and program set-up along with Indicator 13 support and a variety of written ITP goals for each workbook. (You do not need to buy the Teacher’s Manual—it is offered at the request of some teachers.) If you are unfamiliar with the series, please download the free "Doing Laundry" workbook on this site so you can see the format and tone used in all the books or preview the pages provided in the individual books in this bundle pack (also on this site.)
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Daily Living Skills-College and Career Workbooks Bundle Pack

Daily Living Skills-College and Career Workbooks Bundle Pack

Here is a cost-saving bundle pack to help walk your students through the skills needed to manage a career or post-secondary education. WHO AM I? COLLEGE AND CAREER—This book allows students to examine their IEP’s, advocate for themselves, analyze their learning styles and explore job aptitude. (Pgs. 44) GETTING A PAYCHECK—Students explore time sheets, gross and net pay, types of deductions, employer expectations, and budgeting. (Pgs. 60) TIME MANAGEMENT—Learn what kind of time manager they are, why they procrastinate, methods to overcome, prioritizing, how to stop worrying and more. (Pgs. 53) MANAGING STRESS—Learn the difference between good/bad stress, the benefits of good stress, four major methods of coping with “bad” stress, 50 ways to de-stress and more. (Pgs. 58) DRESS FOR SUCCESS—Looks at basic hygiene, ideas on bathroom organization, hints on organizing time/supplies for easy dressing, (also business attire and “appropriate” dress), clothes storage, hanger use, etc.—(Pgs. 41) TRANSPORTATION—You can’t have a job if you can’t get to it. Learn about the highway grid and finding your way, public bus and train services, how to study for a driver’s license, bicycle safety, police etiquette, road rage and emergency road equipment. (Pgs. 46) Like all Daily Living Skills workbooks, this series is written on a high third/low fourth grade level and targeted to the mild-to-moderate population (although, you’ll see in the ratings, many teachers of students with moderate-to-severe disabilities have used the program successfully.) All vocabulary is defined immediately in context so students build confidence in the information. Pages are light and airy with lots of bullet-points and pictures, and are set with a tone that is friendly, yet respects the sensibilities of this age group. Every book contains an answer key and Parent Letter explaining what transition skills you are addressing along with suggestions for parent follow-up at home in compliance with federal mandates. Lessons can easily be used in a “buy today/use today” fashion with no training and little preparation. Or, if you are a newer teacher or new to special education, the DAILY LIVING SKILLS TEACHERS MANUAL gives information on classroom organization and program set-up along with Indicator 13 support and a variety of written ITP goals for each workbook. (You do not need to buy the Teacher’s Manual—it is offered at the request of some teachers.) Like all the other bundle packs, you can save 10% or more by purchasing books in bundles. If you are unfamiliar with the series, please download our free sample, "Doing Laundry" on this site to see the format and tone used in all the books in this series or preview pages on the individual titles of each book which are also offered on this site.
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Odd One Out - employment

Odd One Out - employment

A nice starter activity for students to consider employment rights, and how they behave in the world of employment. Its an odd one out exercise to consider what is acceptable and not acceptable in the workplace, in things they may take for granted about their appearance
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Goal Setting Workshop for Upper KS2 (Y4, Y5, Y6)

Goal Setting Workshop for Upper KS2 (Y4, Y5, Y6)

A simple SMART notebook to get your children thinking about their goals and how they can achieve them. The lesson can take an hour or more depending on how much sharing you do. This flipchart goes through: - What goals are - Why they are important - Choosing activities that they enjoy and trying to find a way of getting rewarded for doing them. Our kids will be doing jobs that we couldn't even dream of, so there is no focus on specific job types. This has really helped in several of my very low self-esteem, "challenging" classes with plenty of social and emotional needs.
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Halloween Games and Activities

Halloween Games and Activities

Keep your students busy all October. This Holiday package contains over 43 pages of activities and games for your students. Each printable is visual and unique. I have spent a lot of time creating innovative activities that are not common to the expected holiday games. If you are familiar with my products, you will see how these activities are overhauled so your students will have the best opportunity to actually have fun in the classroom. Take these activities home to your family as well. From Chess, to carving your own pumpkin, it’s all here. This is a large file packed with so many things.
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Personal Target Setting

Personal Target Setting

A fully resourced lesson on self development and target setting. Differentiated to three levels of challenge to allow all of your students to make progress. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. Please note, this is the US version of the lesson and the UK lesson can be found by pasting this into your browser: https://www.tes.com/en-us/teaching-resource/self-development-and-personal-identity-goal-setting-and-smart-targets-11654693
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Starter For Ten Enterprise Project

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project

This is the full set of resources which make up the Starter For Ten project. Starter For Ten is a whole term, cross-curricular project for upper primary classes. A series of lessons provide the class with the knowledge and skills they need to start their own businesses in small groups. Groups are loaned £10 to start their business with the businesses running for four weeks after around six weeks learning and preparation. Starter For Ten provides a highly motivating, real world context for learning with pupils taking full responsibility for their businesses. The pupils are also responsible for making key decisions including what to spend any profit on and whether to act as philanthropists and opt to donate a proportion of their income to charity. The full project covers a number of curriculum areas: literacy, numeracy, health and wellbeing, religious and moral education, social studies and technologies. All lessons are fully linked to the Scottish Curriculum For Excellence. Each of the fourteen lessons includes a lesson plan, a PowerPoint presentation and any worksheets or other resources required. Lesson plans include learning objectives, suggestions for differentiation, a starter activity, a main lesson, a plenary activity, suggestions for further development, opportunities for display, and relevant second level Curriculum For Excellence experiences and outcomes.
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Starter For Ten Enterprise Project - Letters to Parents

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project - Letters to Parents

A set of four letters to be sent out to parents during the Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. All four letters are designed to be customised with the specifics of the class. Letter 1 should be sent out to parents of all children in the class at the very start of the project. The children will be excited about the project and will inevitably talk about it at home. It is best to explain the project to parents as early as possible. Letter 2 should be sent to parents following lesson 10. A copy of each child’s business plan should be included with the letter. Letter 3 is aimed at all parents within the school. This should be sent out just before the businesses begin their sales. This allows parents to understand the project and provide their children with money to participate as consumers. Letter 4 should be sent out part way through sales, if it is judged necessary by the class teacher.
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Starter For Ten Enterprise Project Overview

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project Overview

This document describes the Starter For Ten Enterprise Project in detail. It explains what the project is about and what it involves. It includes tips on funding the project, spending any profit and timing the project. The sequence of fourteen lessons is described with an overview of each lesson provided.
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Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. Lesson Fourteen - Closing Down

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. Lesson Fourteen - Closing Down

This is the final lesson in a series of fourteen which make up the Starter For Ten project. Starter For Ten is a whole term, cross-curricular project for upper primary classes. A series of lessons provide the class with the knowledge and skills they need to start their own businesses in small groups. Groups are loaned £10 to start their business with the businesses running for four weeks after around six weeks learning and preparation. Starter For Ten provides a highly motivating, real world context for learning with pupils taking full responsibility for their businesses. The pupils are also responsible for making key decisions including what to spend any profit on and whether to act as philanthropists and opt to donate a proportion of their income to charity. The full project covers a number of curriculum areas: literacy, numeracy, health and wellbeing, religious and moral education, social studies and technologies. All lessons are fully linked to the Scottish Curriculum For Excellence. Each of the fourteen lessons includes a lesson plan, a PowerPoint presentation and any worksheets or other resources required. Lesson plans include learning objectives, suggestions for differentiation, a starter activity, a main lesson, a plenary activity, suggestions for further development, opportunities for display, and relevant second level Curriculum For Excellence experiences and outcomes. LESSON 14 OVERVIEW: In this lesson the children work in their business groups to evaluate the Starter For Ten project. They then consider their own personal learning from the project. Finally, the children work in new groups to consider what more they would like to learn. LESSON 14 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1. I can work with others to evaluate the success of a project. 2. I can describe my own learning. 3. I can work with others to identify what I want to learn next.
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