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Fine Motor Monitoring Sheets

Fine Motor Monitoring Sheets

Includes three sets of five sheets. Each sheet includes basic shapes used to form letters. Children can trace a path for Wendy Witch by following the lines as closely as possible. Use a blue coloured crayon/pencil for the first baseline assessment. Repeat the activity several weeks later with a different colour and then again a few weeks after for a final assessment. Provides easy monitoring of children’s fine motor skills for basic letter formation and evidence of progress. The five sheets include all of the basic shapes required to form letters in the Magic Shapes handwriting schemes. Each sheet includes tasks with increasing difficulty. The sheets are identical for each of the three sets. - Magic Shapes Handwriting- lowercase print - Magic Shapes Handwriting - cursive - Magic Shapes Handwriting- UPPERCASE
MagicSounds
Social Stories Bundle

Social Stories Bundle

13 social stories having a good day, using words, separation, hands and feet to myself, friends don't want to play, telling the truth, putting things in mouth, winning or loosing, lining up, listening to the teacher, good touching, appropriate touching
dohertyon
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.)
susan_traugh
Sense or no sense

Sense or no sense

LO: To re-read a sentence if it doesn’t make sense. A selection of sentences. Some have mistakes and so do not make sense. Student is to read each sentence and decide if it makes sense or not, then re-write it in a way that makes sense. I made this for SEN students working at entry level functional skills. Encourages thinking about the full sentence and how the parts work together as well as careful reading.
samsarajade
Christmas Activity for Speech Therapy Sentence Buiding

Christmas Activity for Speech Therapy Sentence Buiding

Winter Build a Sentence for Autism and Special Needs, Speech Therapy, OT, TEACCH, Kindergarten and preschool students. (21 pages) Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 15 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? There are 2 ways to use this file: 1. Print the first 15 pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary. 2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the numbers and pictures. There are 2 pages that serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences: -using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), then -using cards with only words, as shown on the title page. This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.
angiesiddd
Winter Activity Same and Different Sorting

Winter Activity Same and Different Sorting

Winter Hats Same and Different Sorting Activity (8 pages) This is a simple exercise to develop kids’ discrimination ability. It is good for early childhood and students with autism & special needs. There are 8 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut out the boards and the cards and use velcro in the middle of each blank square on the boards and on the back side of each card.
angiesiddd
Christmas Listening skill - Feed me!

Christmas Listening skill - Feed me!

his activity will help teach children speaking and listening skills, so important for good social skills. There is a Santa face, a plate template and 48 cookies with a range of Christmas items and also some emotion faces. Cut out Santa’s mouth and stick the sheet to a box – I used an old Amazon packaging box but anything A4 sized will do. Cut out a selection of cookies and place them on the ‘Cookie plate’ This activity is fun for one to one working but two children could also use it together. You can start easy by saying ‘Feed Santa a yellow cookie’. ‘Feed Santa a pink cookie’. ‘Feed Santa a cookie with a present on it’, ‘Feed Santa a cookie with a bell on it’. Then move onto more accurate descriptions. ‘Feed Santa a yellow cookie with a Christmas tree on it’, ‘Feed Santa a pink cookie with a bow on it’. It could get even trickier with requests such as ‘Feed Santa a pink cookie with red lights on it’. There are also some ‘emotion cookies’ for work on emotions and listening skills. ‘Feed Santa a cookie with a happy face’, ‘Feed Santa a cookie with a worried face’.Children need to listen really well and follow the instructions.Children can also take turns to describe which cookie they want another child or you to feed to Santa.
Elsasupport