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Winter literacy activity bundle

Winter literacy activity bundle

A bundle of fun for winter! Resources include - Santa's untidy elves activities. A Christmas word search activity. Onomatopoeia activity. Write a list poem for Santa activity. Write a postcard activity. Write your New Year's resolutions activity. All resources are available separately. Visit my shop to see more resources.
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One Christmas... (A sensory story )

One Christmas... (A sensory story )

'One Christmas' is a sensory story about the excitement of Christmas Eve and joy on Christmas day. It comes with a resource list, recipe card and an information sheet explaining the benefits and how to use a sensory story. This is designed for children with SEN (PMLD, CLDD, SLD) and EYFS. This could make a great last week of term activity or why not laminate and send home to parents as holiday homework or an end of term gift. You can also find this resource on our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/TheSensoryDispensary for sale including all resources £25.00 + post and packaging (£2.90). This would make a great Christmas gift for any Sensory Beings you support Please read our Sensory Dispensary blog for further information: http://sensorydispensary.blogspot.co.uk/. We blog about about all things sensory for those with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) including: planning, resources, research, events, CPD, reviews and much more!
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Daily Living Skills-Homemaking Workbooks Bundle Pack

Daily Living Skills-Homemaking Workbooks Bundle Pack

This cost-saving bundle pack will allow you to provide your students with hands-on help with the myriad skills needed to live independently. Couple this bundle with the “Cooking” bundle for a complete HomeEc experience. CLEANING HOUSE—This video-modeled unit gives step-by-step instructions on how to clean each room of the house along with checklists and simple quizzes to check for understanding. Videos may be downloaded for free from this site. Videos included in this series include: Cleaning the Bathroom, Cleaning the Kitchen, Cleaning the Bedroom, Changing the Sheets, and Cleaning the Living Spaces. (Pgs. 45) DOING LAUNDRY—This book is offered “free” on TPT. You may download it to see the format and tone of the rest of the series. It covers sorting, spotting, laundry room organization, how to use the washer, how to use the dryer, special clothing needs, folding clothes, finding lines of symmetry, hanging clothes, storing clothes. (Pgs. 36) STAYING HEALTHY—Students learn home health care and when to call for help. Lessons include websites to plug-in symptoms, levels of care, when to call 911, creating a doctor/prescription/diagnosis information sheet, over the counter medications and their uses, BRAT diet, liquid diet, and RICE. (Pgs. 39) OUTDOOR CHORES--Students learn how to pull weeds, mow lawns, rake leaves, wash windows, clean gutters, sweep, and more. Ladder safety is also discussed. (Pgs. 67) PAYING BILLS—Teaches how to budget, how to manage weekly paychecks to pay monthly bills, bill charts, financial advisors percentage recommendations, how to write a check/use an ATM, organization of bill-paying tools. (Pgs. 41) 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. Bundle packs save you another 10% over our already economical prices. 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 set-up along with Indicator 13 support and a variety of written ITP goals for each workbook. If you are unfamiliar with this series, download the free "Doing Laundry" workbook offered on this site to see the format and tone used in all the books in this series. You may also check out the preview pages for each individual title also offered on this site. Please note: the price for this bundle pack includes the "free" Doing Laundry book also offered at no charge.
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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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Daily Living Skills-Cooking Workbooks Bundle Pack

Daily Living Skills-Cooking Workbooks Bundle Pack

Here’s a cost-saving way to create a cooking unit for your students. Begin with KITCHEN BASICS—and teach about safety; cleanliness; cookware, bake-ware and tool vocabulary; measurement and kitchen organization. (Pgs. 41) Add NUTRITION—and have students learn about food groups, a balanced diet, the food-in/energy-out equation, vitamins and minerals, and low-cost/high-nutrition foods. (Pgs. 42) Then use GROCERY SHOPPING—to shop for the foods you learned about in Nutrition as students learn about grocery story layout, reading price tags, unit pricing, coupons, list-making, and food storage. (Pgs. 40) Put it all together with MAKING MEALS—this video-modeled “cook-book” uses the low-cost/high-nutrition foods from Nutrition to create easy one-pan meals and then helps students create their own variations of the recipes in step-by-step lessons that empower students to cook and bake. Download all the videos for free off this website and you’ll have a comprehensive, dynamic unit plan for your students. (Pgs. 43) Videos in this series are: Making Oatmeal, Microwave Hot Dogs, Microwave Mac ‘N Cheese, Making Microwave Burritos, Microwave Popcorn, One-Pan Pasta, One-Pot Soup, and One-Pan Cake. 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 (except “Making Meals.”) 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 this series, download the free workbook, "Doing Laundry" (on this site) to get a feel for the format and tone of this series, or preview the pages of the individual titles which are also offered on this site. Good luck!
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Easy read - Christmas lesson - Applying for a job

Easy read - Christmas lesson - Applying for a job

A complete Entry level lesson on applying for a job. Covers personal skills, qualities and experience. 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
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DLS Assessment Tool for Daily Living Skills

DLS Assessment Tool for Daily Living Skills

Here is the assessment tool you have been asking for and is tied to the Daily Living Skills series. Three 2-page tests make up this bundle with an additional page in each to provide National Standards. Each can be used as a pre-and post test with students either self-reporting or demonstrating skills per your preference. Skills are grouped by purpose, aligned with individual workbooks and tied to National Standards for Transition. Each section of the test has a code for the standards met by the book and a complete definition of the standard in the key for ease in tying goals to IEP's. The tests are: Job Skills-- Professional dress, seeking employment, interviewing skills, getting a paycheck, time management, college and career, overcoming failure, managing stress and voting. Social Skills-- Making conversations, safe dating, everyday manners, fair fighting, becoming likable, building character and decision making. Adult Living Skills-- Cleaning house, doing laundry, paying bills, transportation, staying healthy, and cooking.
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DLS Staying Healthy Workbook-Daily Living Skills

DLS Staying Healthy Workbook-Daily Living Skills

Staying Healthy is part of Susan Traugh’s Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence. Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible. Lessons in Daily Living Skills--Staying Healthy include: Routine home checks, medicine cabinet medications, using a website (symptom tracker), special diets (liquid, BRAT), my medical team, when is it serious, being my own doctor, all in my head (mental illness) and resources for help. Also included are Parent Verification Letters, answer key and grading sheet. A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry. Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Who Am I?, Cleaning House, Doing Laundry, Dress for Success, Kitchen Basics, Nutrition, Grocery Shopping, Making Meals, Paying Bills, Staying Healthy, Time Management and Transportation.
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DLS Safe Dating Workbook-Daily Living Skills

DLS Safe Dating Workbook-Daily Living Skills

“Safe Dating” is part of Susan Traugh’s “Daily Living Skills” series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence. Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible. Lessons in Daily Living Skills—Safe Dating lessons include: Are You Ready?; Who Do You Choose?; Personal Values; Building Consensus; My Perfect Date Wish List; The Wish List—Getting Real; Choose Your Pond; Where to Begin: Online Dating; Finding a Date: 10 Tips to Safe Dating; My Safe Dating Plan; PDA’s—Is it Appropriate?; Why Not (Do It)?; How to “not” Planner; Setting Boundaries; Avoiding Violence; Asking for a Date Template. Also included are Parent Verification Letters, answer key and grading sheet. A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry. Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Who Am I?—College and Career, Cleaning House, Doing Laundry, Dress for Success, Kitchen Basics, Nutrition, Grocery Shopping, Making Meals, Paying Bills, Staying Healthy, Time Management, Transportation, Everyday Manners, Fair Fighting and Safe Dating, Stress Management and Making Conversation
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DLS Everyday Manners Workbook-Daily Living Skills

DLS Everyday Manners Workbook-Daily Living Skills

Everyday Manners is part of the Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. Manners and etiquette rules and practice sessions are provided in easy, airy lessons covering everything from greetings to table manners. Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence. Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible. Lessons in Daily Living Skills Everyday Manners include: Why do we need manners, greetings, introductions, flag etiquette, polite pedestrians, the magic words, bodily noises and functions, how to sneeze/cough, telephone manners, thank you notes, table settings, and table manners. Also included are Parent Verification Letters, answer key and grading sheet. A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry. Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Becoming Likeable, Becoming Self-Aware, building Character, Building Self-Esteem, Buying Insurance, Celebrating Holidays, Cleaning House, Creating Self-Confidence, Doing Laundry, Decision Making, Dress for Success, Everyday Manners, Fair Fighting, Getting a Paycheck, Grocery Shopping, Interviewing Skills, Kitchen Basics, Making Conversation, Making Meals, Managing Stress, Nutrition, Outdoor Chores, Overcoming Failure, Paying Bills, Practicing Patience, Safe Dating, Seeking Employment, Staying Healthy, Time Management, Transportation, Voting, Who Am I? College and Career
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