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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

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

Life Cycle of a Kookaburra - Interactive Activities and Worksheets

Life Cycle of a Kookaburra - Interactive Activities and Worksheets

Life cycle of a kookaburra - this resource contains an interactive whiteboard smart notebook activity. It shows the life cycle of the kookaburra and then has a range of interactive activities to reinforce the learning. There are accompanying worksheets for the kookaburra life cycle as well as pre-literacy reading and writing worksheets relating to the kookaburra. It has visual images to reinforce the understanding of the concepts. It was design for special needs but would work very well for early mainstream students.

By pearp

Alton Towers trip for pupils with SEN (PMLD & SLD): Risk Assessment & Parent Information PPT

Alton Towers trip for pupils with SEN (PMLD & SLD): Risk Assessment & Parent Information PPT

This pack includes a risk assessment and hazard sheet example used for two classes of pupils with Severe Learning Difficulties and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. There are also two PowerPoint presentations with pictures from our risk assessment visit and a Q&A parent information evening held prior to the trip. If you would like more information about this trip including FAQs and learning opportunities for your pupils please visit our blog at http://sensorydispensary.blogspot.co.uk/. We blog about planning, resources, research, events, CPD, reviews and much more.

By Sensory_Dispensary

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - Canadian

Money Skills Adapted Work Folder - Canadian

This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different money skills for your students. ★ 23 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with different levels for many of the pages. This resource contains Canadian currency. All the activities in this work folder are for your students to work on money life skills, to learn the value of money and also to recognise different coins/notes. Money is an important skill for our students to work on and this adapted folder will provide us with another way to work on this with our students. Some of the activities included are; • Matching coins • Matching notes • Matching heads to tails on coins • Matching pice tags to coins • Which costs more • Shopping and paying for groceries • Paying for toys • Paying for clothes • Paying for groceries • Paying for food in a restaurant • Counting money in piggy bank • Putting together coins/notes to make a price

By nikkirobs

UK Money Skills Adapted Work Folder

UK Money Skills Adapted Work Folder

This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different money skills for your students. ★ 23 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with different levels for many of the pages. This comes with UK coins and notes. All the activities in this work folder are for your students to work on money life skills, to learn the value of money and also to recognise different coins/notes. Money is an important skill for our students to work on and this adapted folder will provide us with another way to work on this with our students. Some of the activities included are; • Matching coins • Matching notes • Matching heads to tails on coins • Matching pice tags to coins • Which costs more • Shopping and paying for groceries • Paying for toys • Paying for clothes • Paying for groceries • Paying for food in a restaurant • Counting money in piggy bank • Putting together coins/notes to make a price

By nikkirobs

Emotions: Learning about 6 emotions

Emotions: Learning about 6 emotions

Emotions: this is a smart notebook resource, which introduces 6 emotions - calm, happy, sad, angry, tired and sick. It give examples of these emotions and how you feel when experiencing these emotions. It uses visual images to support understanding. It has a few comprehension pages. There are worksheets to support the comprehension activities and also some worksheets for pre-reading and pre-writing activities around the emotions. It was designed for students with special needs and would work well for young mainstream students

By pearp

Sorting by Color- Autism Resource, Special Ed, Occupational Therapy, ABA Therapy

Sorting by Color- Autism Resource, Special Ed, Occupational Therapy, ABA Therapy

Sorting by Color - Autism & Special Needs Activity This great activity will provide your students with hands-on practice by sorting colors with familiar objects. It is good for young learners as wel as for students with autism and special needs. The pages must be printes and laminated. Cut out the sorting boards and the cards and you`ll get 12 boards and 48 cards- 4 cards for each of the 12 colors included (white, black, grey, beige, red, purple, pins, orange, blue, green, brown, yelow). Use velcro on the back side of each card and in the midle of each blank sqare on the boards.

By angiesiddd

Sorting by Color Activity

Sorting by Color Activity

This video is a presentation of the following resource in action Sorting by Color https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sorting-by-color-autism-resource-special-ed-occupational-therapy-aba-therapy-11693557 Learning categories and sorting are critical to language development. These are great activities for TEACCH work system while working with students with autism or special needs. After teaching students different categories in small and whole group settings place these tasks in independent work areas. ***You can find different flash cards sets and activities in my store.

By angiesiddd

Self-Esteem Through Drama

Self-Esteem Through Drama

*These lessons were initially written for students with mild to moderate special needs from ages 10-18* **Tailored correctly, these lessons would also be suitable in many mainstream settings** -A five lesson workshop using drama to improve self-esteem. -Classes are designed so that they can be delivered by anyone, drama educator or not. -Successful with both full classes or small intervention groups. -Lessons include role play, structured games, team work opportunities, reflection, student led activities and physical body and vocal work. -Extension ideas. -Resources included.

By graceberne