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How to Defeat a Toilet - Picture Book

How to Defeat a Toilet - Picture Book

This book was created to support children of primary school age in a special school to use the toilet at home. Its humorous approach encourages children to develop independence and use toilet roll, particularly when passing stool.
MrSavva
Finance and Politics

Finance and Politics

21 hours of lessons for KS4 PSHE and Citizenship. These are all the best EC_Resources finance and politics lessons and have been hand-picked and requested to be put in a 60% off bundle by a Tes user. Anyone else can buy it at this price too though.
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Numeration 1 - 20: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 1 to 20

Numeration 1 - 20: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 1 to 20

Numeration 1 - 20: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 1 to 20 This is activity to develop an understanding of the numbers from 1 to 20. There are activities for matching the numerals and finding the numerals with varying levels of difficulty. There is an activity for counting groups of objects up to 20. There is a pre-writing activity for tracing the numerals. This has an associated worksheet. It was developed for special needs but would be a great activity for early years students.
pearp
Numeration 0 -9: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 0 to 9

Numeration 0 -9: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 0 to 9

Numeration 0 -9: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 0 to 9 This is activity to develop an understanding of the numbers from 0 to 9. There are activities for matching the numerals and finding the numerals with varying levels of difficulty. There is an activity for counting groups of objects upto 9. There is a pre-writing activity for tracing the numerals. This has an associated worksheet. It was developed for special needs but would be a great activity for early years students.
pearp
Behaviour for Independence Words and Opposites

Behaviour for Independence Words and Opposites

A list of words to describe the necessary behaviour for building independence. Words are accompanied by their opposites. The format is designed to be printed, cut out and laminated for future use. The words can be used to help build sentences with varied vocabulary when discussing independence in class. The can be used to represent two ends of a continuum for learners to self assess against the behaviours.
SpectrumSavvy
Giving independence advice

Giving independence advice

This resource is designed to help learners explore barriers to becoming more independent. The resource consists of case studies and a page of visual prompts to be considered as possible ways to break down barriers to independence. E.g. role playing an activity before doing it for real or using google images to plan a route to an unfamiliar place. Both effective ways to reduce anxiety levels. Learners are required to consider up to four basic cases studies and offer advice from the options provided. Advice can be different forms depending on the level of the learner e.g. Learners can illustrate the advice, using sheet 2 as guidance, they can copy the label of the advice or they can form their own sentence(s) inspired by the options provided. The activity can be used with the key words for independence to embed literacy skills.
SpectrumSavvy
Daily routine flash cards for visual sequencing

Daily routine flash cards for visual sequencing

The cards can be used to help children plan the day, get ready for what is happening next and to communicate with others. There are 72 cards included; 9 to each A4 sheet. If there are any other activities / extra cards you would like adding to the pack, please send a message and I can add them.
highwaystar
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK - SEN - Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhyme

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK - SEN - Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhyme

Using Roald Dahl’s version of Jack and the Beanstalk this lesson was prepared for KS4 SEN students who attend an SEN school. Their levels were the equivalent of Reception / Year 1. LO: To understand and order the events in a story. Success criteria: Order the events of the story using picture cards Discuss how characters feel and why Complete sentences to show understanding of events Discuss predictions for what could happen next Includes differentiated storyboards.
moso42gum