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Pokemon style bug inspectors (Alternative Education)

Pokemon style bug inspectors (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. Differentiation is essential naturally with all sessions geared towards alternative learning for this criterion of young people. This project has been particularly successful when embedded with gardening sessions, ICT sessions as well as social skills building sessions. The idea behind this session plan is to encourage young people to explore and role play (optional) in an adventure just like Ash Ketchum the main character in the popular Pokemon series. Exploring the nearby nature find bugs and catch them with the intention of observing them and making key comparisons against Pokemon. Worksheets involve making posters and creating your own Pokedex to record your findings. Additonal challenges encourage young people to go above and beyond to achieve extra rewards. The beauty is not all young people have to enjoy Pokemon to engage in this session, being interested in bugs, mini beasts and insects in general is also perfect! This session will embed being outdoors, writing opportunities, computer skills development, research skills as well as social interaction.
bodseh
Transition meeting agenda for pupils with multiple needs

Transition meeting agenda for pupils with multiple needs

This is a list to draw upon when preparing for a transition meeting of a child or young person with multiple needs and of any age. It is not intended that you discuss everything on the list but highlight the relevant statements as part of your meeting preparation and perhaps number the statements in an order you think most appropriate.
yad
The Soft G: PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 14 Worksheets

The Soft G: PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 14 Worksheets

This resource contains A fully editable 35-slide PowerPoint lesson explaining when to use the soft ‘g’ sound. ( /dʒ/ sound spelt ‘g’ -National curriculum , English programmes of study Year 2) A set of 14 differentiated worksheets to help pupils to learn how to read and spell words containing the soft g . More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
Krazikas
Number Recognition: Numbers 1 to 10 - PowerPoint Lesson and Workbook:

Number Recognition: Numbers 1 to 10 - PowerPoint Lesson and Workbook:

This bundle includes a fully editable and 100-slide PowerPoint lesson and a 30 page workbook on number recognition. The PowerPoint introduces all the numbers from 1 to 10. There are many opportunities for pupils to identify / count numbers to 10. Tasks include saying the numbers, writing the numbers, counting the numbers and finding the missing number in a sequence. The accompanying number recognition and counting to 10 workbook contains a variety of exercises and tasks to enable pupils to identify, write and count numbers to 10. Tasks include writing the numbers, counting the numbers, finding the missing number in a sequence. More Maths Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas
Number Recognition and Counting to 10 Free Worksheet

Number Recognition and Counting to 10 Free Worksheet

A worksheet on number recognition and counting to 10 taken from a 30 page workbook on number recognition and counting to 10. Click on the link for more details. Number Recognition and Counting to 10 Workbook You may also be interested in an accompanying PowerPoint lesson on number recognition Number Recognition 1 to 10 PowerPoint Lesson More Free Maths Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas
Number Recognition 1 to 10: Workbook - 30 Pages

Number Recognition 1 to 10: Workbook - 30 Pages

This resource contains a 30-page workbook on number recognition from 1 to 10. The workbook contains a variety of exercises and tasks to enable pupils to recognise, write and count the numbers 1 to 10. The worksheets introduce all the numbers from 1 to 10 and provide many opportunities for pupils to identify, write and count numbers to 10. Tasks include writing the numbers, counting the numbers, finding the missing number in a sequence. You may also be interested in an accompanying PowerPoint lesson on number recognition Number Recognition 1 to 10 PowerPoint Lesson More Maths Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas
De-coding poetry - 'Ozymandias'  for SEN AQA GCSE Power and Conflict

De-coding poetry - 'Ozymandias' for SEN AQA GCSE Power and Conflict

De-coding poetry ‘Ozymandias’ by Percy Bysshe Shelley AQA GCSE Power and conflict anthology resources for SEN/learning support or home schooling. Designed to make understanding the poem easier. A comprehensive pack of resources including - Learning outcomes What did you say? handout Narrative handout List task activity Fill in the missing words task Opening and closing lines handout Voice and form handout Themes handout Important quotes handout True/false quiz Answer sheets Write a postcard activity Context handout Wordsearch handout
flissthecat
Likes and Dislikes - writing using colourful semantics

Likes and Dislikes - writing using colourful semantics

Worksheets designed to encourage independent writing on topics of interest, using the colourful semantics approach and vocabulary support boards. Have students build full sentences around things they like and don’t like. 8 topics to choose from: Animals Colours Food Movies Sport Technology Transport Weather Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Interactive book: emotions - sentence writing using colourful semantics

Interactive book: emotions - sentence writing using colourful semantics

Get students identifying different emotions and commenting on people’s emotions. This activity can be made into interactive books or used as task cards. 2 levels of sentence building: LEVEL 1: emotion. LEVEL 2: Person + emotions 8 emotions -Happy -Sad -Angry -Confused -Excited -Scared -Bored -Tired 4 pictures cards for each emotion. 32 pages per level. Title pages supplied for each emotion, as well as general “My Emotions Books” title page. Create different type of books. Create each different emotion book with 4 pages per book. OR Mix the emotions together in a book, to have students identifying different style. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Apostrophe for Contraction / Omission: Free Worksheet

Apostrophe for Contraction / Omission: Free Worksheet

This is a sample worksheet on the apostrophe for omission and contraction. Further Apostrophe For Omission Resources Apostrophe for Omission / Contraction: PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 15 Worksheets More Free English Resources For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this ‘must have’ step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
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Apostrophe for Omission / Apostrophe for Contraction: Set of 15 Worksheets

Apostrophe for Omission / Apostrophe for Contraction: Set of 15 Worksheets

This resource contains a set of 15 differentiated worksheets. It also includes an information sheet explaining when and how to use the apostrophe for omission / contraction. The worksheets contain a variety of tasks and will help students to master using apostrophes appropriately in their written work and to improve their punctuation skills. Answers are included. For more inspiring educational resources visit <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Krazikas”>Inspire and Educate</a></strong><br /> <br /> Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide.<br /> <br /> <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-how-to-become-a-successful-tes-author-step-by-step-guide-a-must-have-for-authors-11508391”>How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide</a></strong><br /> <br /> To be kept informed of new resources click <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/member/Krazikas”>here</a></strong> and follow!
Krazikas
De-coding poetry - 'When we two parted' for SEN, AQA Love and relationships

De-coding poetry - 'When we two parted' for SEN, AQA Love and relationships

De-coding poetry from the AQA love and relationships poetry anthology When we two parted by Lord Byron, specially adapted for SEN. Resources include- Learning objectives Fill in the missing words task List words associated with death/grief and coldness task Word search Important quotes What did you say…? handout Narrative handout Themes handout Voice and form handout True/false quiz Answer sheet
flissthecat
Attention Autism planning and progress tracking

Attention Autism planning and progress tracking

Resources for anyone working with children focusing on attention and listening skills. Attention Autism intervention created by Gina Davies. Files include planning for stages 1-4 and progress tracking for stages 1-4. Files also include and overview of the intervention
lucia7186
Writing colourful sentences

Writing colourful sentences

Worksheets with 5 various sentences structures. + options to create own sentence strips. 36 pictures to use as writing prompts. Pictures are of various situations, cultural groups and include both single people and groups of people to write about. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
FREE worksheets x5 - ALL OUR SKILLS

FREE worksheets x5 - ALL OUR SKILLS

This NEW bundle includes x5 worksheets and is all about linking skills together for students that need support and support across subject areas. Perfect as stand alone lessons or to complement existing programmes. Five worksheets titled - Celebrate with, Think and Talk, Game It, Ready, Steady …, Create & Display It. Lots of practical, active, creative and visual tasks to have at your fingertips. For other worksheets and booklets for students needing adapted material or more support, look through Supporting Learning resources.
supportedlearning
Soft G Sounds and Words: Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets

Soft G Sounds and Words: Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets

This resource contains a set of 14 differentiated worksheets on the soft ‘g’ sound (Year 2 National Curriculum) the /j/ sound spelt g before e, i and y). The worksheets provide the opportunity for the pupils to read and spell words containing the soft g sound. An accompanying PowerPoint lesson is also available. Click on the link for more details Soft ‘g’ Words - 35-Slide PowerPoint lesson Save money and buy both resources together at a discounted rate. Soft G Words - PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide</a></strong>
Krazikas
Soft G Sound and Soft G Words: PowerPoint Lesson

Soft G Sound and Soft G Words: PowerPoint Lesson

This resource contains a 35-slide PowerPoint explaining when to use the soft ‘g’ sound -dʒ - (Year 2 National Curriculum) the /j/ sound spelt g before e, i and y). The PowerPoint provides many opportunities for the pupils to decide whether words contain a soft g sound or a hard g sound with various tasks involved. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide</a></strong>
Krazikas
Soft C: Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets

Soft C: Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets

This resource contains a set of 14 differentiated worksheets on the soft ‘c’ sound (Year 2 National Curriculum) the /s/ sound spelt c before e, i and y). The worksheets provide the opportunity for the pupils to read and spell words containing the soft c sound. An accompanying PowerPoint lesson is also available. Click on the link for more details Soft ‘c’ Words - 35-Slide PowerPoint lesson Save money and buy both resources together at a discounted rate. Soft C Words - PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide</a></strong>
Krazikas
My School Day Dashboard

My School Day Dashboard

SEND Visual timetable board Emotions Now and Next board This dashboard could be used at the start of the day with your SEND pupil and then brought out at each transition. In the ‘I’m feeling’ box you could velcro a face representing an emotion. There is space below for visual timetable squares for the day ahead to be attached via velcro and then these can be transferred into the Now and Next boxes at the appropriate time. Editable version now included. (Visual timetable/emotions cards not included but widely available)
kavanagh_k
My Street - Story for students with learning difficulties.  An all inclusive story.

My Street - Story for students with learning difficulties. An all inclusive story.

I have outlined a couple of key features in the book. • I have given each character a name that starts with a different letter – student who sign can learn the signs for each character and recognise the letter for each. • I have numbered the houses from 1 to 10 giving students the opportunity to count, count out objects (maybe houses). • I have given each house a different colour so that students could be asked questions about colour of house. • I have given each character different colour clothes so that students can be asked about colour of clothes. • I have made the drawings simple and tried to make each character different – colour/style of hair etc so that students can comment on who that character is. • Each page contains a line/verse that has the same syllables/structure. I find students with special needs like the rhythm and structure of a book and can become engaged by this. I have found ‘Call and Response’ method of reading for students particularly engaging for vocal and non-vocal students. Read the line, then students (with staff) to read the same line. Sign each line which is good for non-vocal and vocal students also as they learn signs with repetition of each verse. • The book contains answer cards which I would like teachers/parents/guardians to cut out laminate and stick to answer laminate boards. Again very simple but give students the ability to comment on the following questions.  What is the colour of Luke’s house?  What colour is Hope’s clothes?  What number house does Max live in?  What does Tal like doing?  Who lives in house number 3?  Who likes playing football?  Use sentence strips to create short sentences ‘Tal lives in number 2’. ‘Tal likes to drum’. Students who are able to write can copy these sentences. • The concept of ‘he’ and ‘she’ can be difficult for some students and this can be discussed also ‘What does he like to do?’ etc. • Activities are so important for students with special needs and these characters are all doing activities that can be accessed by students during their lessons and using their experiences to engage and comment – experience activity, take photos include in literacy lessons etc.
HywelRhys1
SEND Individual Provision Maps

SEND Individual Provision Maps

A great resources for SENDCOs who are making the transition from IEP’s to more developed outcome based provision mapping.
dgray74
Season TEACCH Bundle - Independent Autism and SEND Activities

Season TEACCH Bundle - Independent Autism and SEND Activities

Save 25% with this Seasonal Bundle. Activities and tasks for your pupils with Autism! Includes early reading, writing and maths activities to help achieve those early targets and build on working independently! These are the individual resources included: Spring TEACCH Tasks £3 Summer TEACCH Tasks £3 Autumn TEACCH Tasks £3 Winter TEACCH Tasks £3 When using TEACCH tasks the task that is to be completed should be placed on the left hand side of the desk/workstation. The pupil then completes this task and places it on the right when completed. Having a clear visual for the pupil to identify where the finished tasks go is preferable. This clear structure allows the pupils to focus on the task they are completing and not be distracted by the work process. It is important to remember that when completing these tasks it is also about creating and building independence as well as success at the task, this is why the consistent work approach (working from left to right is so important) When using these tasks I would recommend using them for at least 4-6 weeks. For some children it may take up to a term for them to master the skill and be able to complete this independently.
theautismplayground
Summer TEACCH Tasks - Independent Maths and Reading activities for pupils with Autism and SEND

Summer TEACCH Tasks - Independent Maths and Reading activities for pupils with Autism and SEND

Summer TEACCH Tasks contains 11 activities for you to help your pupils with Autism or SEND meet their targets. The activities include a mix of early reading and early maths tasks: Colour matching at two levels to help provide challenge and easy differentiation Sorting ‘one’ and 'lots’ Matching numerals to quantity 1-10 and 11-20 Summer scene picture match Ice cream cone - Alphabet and upper and lower case letter match Summer shape match (4 cards) This resource is also available as part of a Season Bundle - save 25% When using TEACHH tasks the task that is to be completed should be placed on the left hand side of the desk/workstation. The pupil then completes this task and places it on the right when completed. Having a clear visual for the pupil to identify where the finished tasks go is preferable. This clear structure allows the pupils to focus on the task they are completing and not be distracted by the work process. It is important to remember that when completing these tasks it is also about creating and building independence as well as success at the task, this is why the consistent work approach (working from left to right is so important) When using these tasks I would recommend using them for at least 4-6 weeks. For some children it may take up to a term for them to master the skill and be able to complete this independently. This product is also available as part of Seasons bundle! Check out my store for more Autism specific resources! Any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch!
theautismplayground
Time Facts - Seconds in a minute.

Time Facts - Seconds in a minute.

This worksheet asks learners to write down what they know about time. A perfect assessment tool for measuring learners knowledge and retention.
Jcleep
KS1 Science 'Staying Alive' topic, sorting tasks / activities

KS1 Science 'Staying Alive' topic, sorting tasks / activities

Resources made for Science Week with a focus on ‘Staying Alive’. We learnt about the difference between living and non living things, that animals including humans grow from babies into adults, that some animals grow inside their mother while others hatch from an egg, children kept a food journal for later learning about a balanced diet. Before learning about basic needs, children attempted to complete a mind map, adding to this later. Living / Not Living / Never Lived sorting activity / workstation task What do you call a baby… table to complete 5 day food journal - table for students to complete (Monday to Friday) Egg or Mum? Sorting activity / workstation task - did this animal grow inside its mother or hatch from an egg? Human basic needs - male and female mind map activity, pupils to add what is essential for human life. Designed for KS1 / KS2 children with autism but also suitable for mainstream learners or older learners with SEN.
jlp76
Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Complete Pupil Premium strategy to rapidly bolster progress. This includes strategies for Teaching and learning Mentoring Attendance and PA Life experiences and enrichment Leadership dashboard Transition
leepeachey
Vocabulary Builder- Fruit & Vegetable Topic Cards

Vocabulary Builder- Fruit & Vegetable Topic Cards

Building student vocabulary is crucial to their understanding of curriculum content and the world. For students who have difficulties memorizing and retaining knowledge of key vocabulary, repeated access to visual and engaging stimuli is the key. Topic cards, such as those used for a Word Wall display, or student vocabulary book, provides a simple and visual tool for teaching the names of common fruits and vegetables. Due to differences around the world, some items are listed with several names (e.g. mandarin/clementine); therefore it is recommended to choose which card/name is most applicable for your students. This resource includes: 65 x colour topic cards (with clipart image) 65 x word only topic cards Fruits and vegetables included in this resource are: apple, apricot, asparagus, avocado, banana, beans, beetroot, blueberry, broccoli, brussel sprout, cabbage, capsicum/pepper, carrot, cauliflower, celery, cherry, coconut, corn, cucumber, eggplant/aubergine, fig, garlic, grapefruit, grapes, honeydew melon, kiwifruit, leek, lemon, lettuce, lime, lychee, mandarin/clementine, mango, mushroom, nectarine, onion, orange, papaya, passionfruit, pea, pear, pineapple, plum, pomegranate, potato, pumpkin/squash, radish, raspberry, red onion, rock melon/cantaloupe, shallot, spinach, strawberry, sweet potato, tomato, zucchini/courgette. Cards can be printed normally on A4 paper for large topic cards, or printed 2 sheets to an A4 page for smaller cards. Other ‘Vocabulary Builder’ resources recommended for use alongside these Topic Cards include: Fruit and Vegetable Posters (free) Fruit and Vegetable Games (BINGO, Memory, Board game) Available June 2018 Fruit and Vegetable Worksheets Available July 2018 Fruit and Vegetable Activities Available July 2018
myspecialedventures
Vocabulary Builder-Fruit & Vegetable Posters

Vocabulary Builder-Fruit & Vegetable Posters

Building student vocabulary is crucial to their understanding of curriculum content and the world. For students who have difficulties memorizing and retaining knowledge of key vocabulary, repeated access to visual and engaging stimuli is the key. These posters provide a simple and visual tool for teaching the names of common fruits and vegetables. Due to differences around the world, some items are listed with several names (e.g. mandarin/clementine). This resource includes: 1 x colour poster of common fruits 1 x colour poster of fruits (based on botanical definition) 1 x colour poster of vegetables (based on botanical definition) Fruits and vegetables included in this resource are: apple, apricot, asparagus, avocado, banana, beans, beetroot, blueberry, broccoli, brussel sprout, cabbage, capsicum/pepper, carrot, cauliflower, celery, cherry, coconut, corn, cucumber, eggplant/aubergine, fig, garlic, grapefruit, grapes, honeydew melon, kiwifruit, leek, lemon, lettuce, lime, lychee, mandarin/clementine, mango, mushroom, nectarine, onion, orange, papaya, passionfruit, pea, pear, pineapple, plum, pomegranate, potato, pumpkin/squash, radish, raspberry, red onion, rock melon/cantaloupe, shallot, spinach, strawberry, sweet potato, tomato, zucchini/courgette. Other ‘Vocabulary Builder’ resources recommended for use alongside these posters include: Fruit and Vegetable Topic Cards Fruit and Vegetable Games (BINGO, Memory, Board game) Available June 2018 Fruit and Vegetable Worksheets Available July 2018 Fruit and Vegetable Activities Available July 2018
myspecialedventures
Interactive/adapted books: animals

Interactive/adapted books: animals

Series of 4 interactive matching books My Farm Animals Book My Pets Book My Jungle Animals Book My Ocean Animals Book Each book contains 4 pages of animals to match and an “I see…” reading sentence with text and symbols. Books come as two levels: LEVEL 1 picture to picture matching LEVEL 2 sorting using symbol and sentence prompts
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
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 Rest Breaks To demonstrate strategies that will support the use of Rest Breaks To apply your understanding Rest Breaks to an actual exam question. **
davisandrea
Develop mastery in maths and build self-esteem | Discussing & Reasoning Resource

Develop mastery in maths and build self-esteem | Discussing & Reasoning Resource

10 PIECE DOWNLOAD ✔️ Improve mastery skills, develop self-esteem and encourage positive thinking. ✔️ Create engaging and thought-provoking discussions. ✔️ Provide opportunities for all learners to develop reasoning skills and build self-esteem. ✔️ Perfect for small group interventions and whole class lessons. Life By Shape resources can help improve mastery skills in two ways: showing how images can be used to represent problems or ideas giving an opportunity for children to discuss and reason Each Life By Shape resource included in this package shows words of inspiration and motivation represented by an image of shape. Using images to represent Each image has been designed to represent (or show) a motivational message. The key here is for children to try and imagine that each shape within an image represents an individual person. Once children understand this concept, the discussions really start flowing. Discussing & Reasoning Here are some possible questions that children could be asked to generate some discussions. How does the image relate to the words? Why do you think the bottom left square is different? And what could this represent? Why is the bottom left square a different colour to the rest? Why are all of the other shapes in a perfect pattern? If you were one of these squares, which one would you be? It’s important to remember that there does not have to be a right answer. The point of this is to give children an opportunity to express their thoughts through discussions and reasoning by ‘agreeing’ or ‘disagreeing’ with other children. How can Life By Shape resources help to build self-esteem and develop positive thinking? Each Life By Shape resource has a message of inspiration or motivation for children. Combined with discussions, all types of learners can access and understand important messages to build self-esteem and develop positive thinking.
lifebyshape
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!
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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
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