1. Resources Home
  2. Preschool
  3. Special educational needs
  4. Speech and language
Comprehension for SEN and early years

Comprehension for SEN and early years

36 differentiated comprehension worksheets. 12 for lower abilities- find, cut and stick from a choice of 4 answers. 12 for middle abilities- find, copy and extend. The start of sentences are modelled and lines are already in place to practise writing on the line. 12 for higher abilities- students should be encouraged to write full sentences independently. Lines are in place for practising writing on the line.

By smidgealot

3rd Comprehension- differentiated worksheets

3rd Comprehension- differentiated worksheets

Suitable for Pre schoolers, Reception and SEN. 4 comprehension worksheets (each worksheet is differentiated for different abilities). Lower abilities- choice of 4 answers to find, cut out and stick. Middle abilities- choice of 4 answers. Start of sentences are modelled and lines are already in place for students to practise writing on the line. Higher abilities- lines are in place to allow students to write on the line. Students should be encouraged to independently write full sentences.

By smidgealot

Social skills: Taking Turns Pack -  Including Social Story, Visuals and more...

Social skills: Taking Turns Pack - Including Social Story, Visuals and more...

This Turn Taking Pack is great for your pupils with Autism who may find Taking Turns, waiting for their turn and sharing difficult. Social skills can be difficult for children with Autism and understanding how and why to take turns can be challenging. This pack includes a variety of resources to assist you in helping your pupil/pupils to learn to turn take and develop those important social skills. Includes: A Turn Taking Social Story A Visual 'Taking Turns' board Visuals - wait, nearly finished and finished A visual pupil comments board A visual staff comments board and a 'How to use...' guide, to help you an your staff best support your pupils with Autism. Please check out some of my other Special Education Resources...

By theautismplayground

The History of the phone - 50 years

The History of the phone - 50 years

This is the history of the phone for the last 50 years. It has a notebook showing how the phone has changed over each decade since 1967. It goes from the red telephone box to the iPhone. There are activities to play and a phone visual board. It shows the different phones of the last 50 years. It has activities to decide if the phone is from the past or now. It links to Youtube which shows the evolution of the telephone. It has visual images to support it. This links to our history unit of work. It was made for special needs and would be useful for young mainstream students.

By pearp

Same Different Math Symbols, Visual Discrimination, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Same Different Math Symbols, Visual Discrimination, Autism, Special Education, SEND

Same or Different flashcards with Math Symbols for pupils with autism and special educational needs. There are two levels of cards: Same/Different Colours Same/Different Symbols (total 64 cards) Easy prep: just print, laminate & cut I like to use these cards with fly swats- pupils 'swat & say' whether the pictures are same or different. These cards make a great turn taking game for a small group. You might also like: What is Different? Classifying Skills Visual Thinking Write & Wipe Visual Thinking Skills BUNDLE

By CurriculumForAutism

Numbers- dice game addition, recording and group game

Numbers- dice game addition, recording and group game

Suitable for Pre-schoolers, Reception, SEN. Suitable for all abilities. Can be used as paired or group work. Great for social skills. Take it in turns to roll the dice, count the number you roll, then mark off the correct number on the worksheet, recording your rolled number. The first to mark off all the boxes wins. Lower abilities- use spotted dice to enable 1-to-1 counting. Middle abilities- use numbered dice. Higher abilities- use numbered dice. Could be extended to get them to start at the number (either 50 or 65) then subtract each throw, recording the sum on the back of the worksheet.

By smidgealot

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Diary Activity

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Diary Activity

This diary is great used alongside the story ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle. Great to be used with EYFS, Special Needs pupils or pupils with EAL Group activity and worksheets included!! The pack includes: 2 Diary front cover options Group Diary - 5 diary pages: day of the week, foods tried, comment on how it tasted. Also hidden caterpillars on each page! Individual Diary - to allow children to draw/write what they practiced as a group. All of the foods found in the story! A TEACCH task great for independent work! Just print, cut, laminate and velcro! Great bound as a book! Great for speaking and listening, days of the week, commenting, group participation and encouraging those with restrictive diets to explore new foods! The TEACCH task is a lovely activity to help build independence!

By theautismplayground

CVC 'I Can Read' Word Cards

CVC 'I Can Read' Word Cards

Do you have students still learning to read all the way through a word? Try our CVC 'I Can Read' Word cards! With real life photos as visual support, children are asked to read and find the correct word. With 40 different cards included, just add clothes pegs or counters to mark the correct word. Perfect for literacy center rotations or Daily 5 Word Work.

By clevermonkey

CVC Say It Read It Make It Write It Word Mats

CVC Say It Read It Make It Write It Word Mats

Similar to our super popular 'Say It Make It Write It' word mats, this CVC version uses real life photos as visual prompts to read the correct CVC word before making it from play dough or magnetic letters then writing the word. These multi-sensory mats will be a hit in your literacy centres!

By clevermonkey

Number Word Mats 0-10 With Real Life Photos

Number Word Mats 0-10 With Real Life Photos

Perfect for building number sense in the Early Years, these number word mats for number between zero and ten utilise real life photos of hands displaying the number. Children are then invited to read the correct word to match the number, draw the amount in the blank ten frame along with make it using playdough or wix stix and then write the number word.

By clevermonkey