Warming up & Stretching task cards for PE and SportQuick View
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Warming up & Stretching task cards for PE and Sport

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• 41 individual warming up & stretching printable task cards for elementary PE (+ videos) This Warming up & Stretching task cards pack is a fantastic foundational resource to be equipped with, and contains a collection of high-quality task card files with exclusive video demonstrations. You’ll be able to confidently and safely lead your class through various warm up and stretching exercises - the warm ups are used to begin your lessons, and stretching to finish… 1. 41 colourful, educational PE activity cards › Simply print out (and laminate) the cards (A4 or A5), and pick & choose 3-4 different tasks to do each lesson. They can also be printed larger as sports hall posters, or used for reference straight from your iPad/tablet. Each card has uniquely drawn illustrations with clear teaching instructions. You’ll be prepped with: • 25 warm up tasks - to start off your lessons and get your kids ready for sport. There are 2 types of warm up tasks and can either be done as ‘reps’ (repetitions), or for about 30s each task: 1: On the spot › Perform the movements individually in your own space 2: End-to-end › Working from one side of the sports hall/field, going to the other side and then back. • 16 stretching exercises - to use at the end of your sessions to improve flexibility, increase strength, and help to prevent injury to your muscles. Stretches can be held for 10-15s and repeated 2-3 times. Online video demonstration support You’ll be given access to instructional videos for each task (private YouTube videos, and links to my new APP). You can watch the videos with your students to help them see exactly how to perform the exercise safely and effectively, it’s they’re an incredibly helpful reference tool. One idea is have a student pick and choose 2-3 warm ups and 2-3 stretches, have them watch the corresponding videos, and then teach and demonstrate them to the rest of the class. Teaching tool for life I know you’ll love these task cards as they’re such a practical resource tool for any elementary or high school teacher. And just so you know these activities are only 41 tasks out of over 250 unique sport skills, drills and challenges - available to be access HERE in my Prime Coaching app. I’m always striving to give you more than just the resource itself – You won’t find other warm up and stretching cards complete with supporting videos. I aim to provide you with professional sports-coach level resources that are so easy to teach and implement at your school as a teacher. Make sure you check out some of my other resources below:
Skills for School - Mentor's Start-Up KitQuick View
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Skills for School - Mentor's Start-Up Kit

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This booklet and accompanying INSET presentation has been devised as a standard in-school assessment to help plan and evaluate the mentoring of students with learning and behaviour issues. To maintain copyright, the presentation is made available as read only powerpoint (click the 'read only' option on opening) or as a PDF. I am also available to come & deliver this as part of INSET in schools, work commitments permitting. --> For more: www.HumansNotRobots.co.uk Key Words: Mentors, Mentoring, Key Worker, SEN, SEBD, BESD, organisatonal difficulties, emotional literacy.
Chatterbox Game New Class Transition Day Back to SchoolQuick View
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Chatterbox Game New Class Transition Day Back to School

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Chatterboxes/ Cootie Catchers Are you getting ready to meet your new class or are you prepping for back to school? Do you want to encourage your new class to break the ice and get chatting? These getting to know you chatterboxes (or cootie catchers - depending on what you know them as!) will help them do just that! You can choose the version that best meets the age/ability of your class and I’ve also included a blank one that students can make themselves. Once children have been given/made their chatterboxes, they can join up with other members of the class to use their chatterboxes. Hopefully by the end of the session, they will have chatter-boxed with most, if not all, of their class. I love this for encouraging conversations in a no-pressure, non-awkward way. It will take the pressure off children and help them talk with scaffolds in place to help lead the conversation. The chatterboxes work in the ‘traditional way’, however I have included additional ‘chattable’ content to encourage more talking. There is a printable ‘how to make your chatterbox’ which can be displayed on the board or printed for students to use. Download includes: 2 x picture only chatterboxes (cootie catcher) these are perfect for younger children or for children who struggle with reading. For these, children will talk about the pictures by choosing what they like most and talking about it. 8 x question/discussion/choice chatterboxes (cootie catchers!) These are perfect for children who have some reading skills. There are a mixture of words/questions/discussion points or choice chatter points. 1 x blank chatterbox (cootie catcher!) template for children to make their own 1 x printable instruction sheet
Year 1 Instructions planning Clothing resourcesQuick View
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Year 1 Instructions planning Clothing resources

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Smartnotebook and sheets I used in Year 1 for our literacy lessons on instructions and labels. We used the pictures of school uniform to write labels for spare clothing at school and write instructions for how to get changed for PE.
Ready-to-Use Review ActivitiesQuick View
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Ready-to-Use Review Activities

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With these Ready-to-Use Review Activities (Plenaries on a Plate), you will never have to plan an end to your lesson again! Slide two shows 168 coloured dots. Click on a dot and get a review activity (plenary) - every single one is different. They are appropriate for all subjects and for all age groups. In addition, all the activities can be used regardless of what has gone before in the lesson.
Sing Up Festive PackQuick View
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Sing Up Festive Pack

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The Sing Up Festive pack provides all you need for the Christmas season in and out of school, with songs, performance ideas and creative music activities to fill the last weeks of term. Includes: activity ideas, games, recipes, puzzles, Chanukah (Hanukkah) activities, literacy links, performance ideas, arts and crafts, multimedia ideas, make-your-own-band and more!
Instruction writing Quick View
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Instruction writing

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Year 1 pack of resources for instruction writing. Includes lesson plans, learning objectives for books, activities (differentiated), presentation, poster, worksheet
KS1 Writing Instructions - PizzaQuick View
jreadshawjreadshaw

KS1 Writing Instructions - Pizza

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Children loved making pizzas at our Italian pizza class. Resources have been exported from an Activ-primary flip-chart. (Which also includes Italian Pizzeria style music.) Fun to play when the children are making their pizzas or working. If you would like original please message me. Check out my other resources at - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jreadshaw
Spanish Teacher's BACK TO SCHOOL PackQuick View
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Spanish Teacher's BACK TO SCHOOL Pack

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Get yourself ready to go for September with this jumbo bundle ideal for Spanish teachers. Can also be used by French teachers, with the exception of the corrections booklet and the crib sheets. Save over 40% by picking up this bundle now while it’s on offer. Pack includes: Lesson plan template Behaviour management lesson tracker Lateness card Daily desk planner sheet How to Develop Your Language Muscles poster Extension Tasks Challenge Sheet for MFL French and Spanish gold, silver and bronze reward certificates Early Finisher Challenge Sheet for MFL Spanish Corrections Booklet – 19 page booklet for students to use to correct their work after you have added marking codes Vocab Express student instructions sheet for those who use this service to set homework 4 Levelled Group Talk Crib Sheets to encourage spontaneous discussions and debates
60 ready to use activities for French Teachers - Blank and Printable IncludedQuick View
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60 ready to use activities for French Teachers - Blank and Printable Included

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Looking for activities and games that you can use, adapt and reuse over and over again? I have created this resource with teachers and students in mind. Knowing how difficult it is to create original activities and game that will motivate and challenge students, I have come up with this 60-ready-to use interactive games, ideas and activities that will save you a lot of time. Here’s how it works: 1. You get a fully interactive powerpoint with 113 slides and 60 activities 2. The activities are divided into 8 sections according to their use: a. Guessing games and quizzes (Questions and hiding picture, Questions and rewards, Questions for a winner, Jeopardy, Multiple answers, Hiding picture) b. Activities with timer (Questions with timer, Who the fastest in the class? , A short answer game) c. Labelling activities (Geography and countries, Dinner’s ready, Spooky Halloween) d. Team games (Blockbuster, Slapping the board game, Boardgame, Puzzle, Spot the differences, The dictionary race, Disappearing game, The first one who can name… ) e. Drawing and settling down activities (Read and draw, Write and draw, Word search, From English to French, The hidden sentences, Coloring activity, Pictionary, Back-to-back descriptions) f. Activities in pairs (Battleships, Family tree, Matching up, Draw your family tree, Guessing games, Snakes and ladders, Noughts and crosses, Ping-pong, Filling-gap, Role-play, Classification) g. Engaging everyone (One question/one student, Who’s my next victim, Mind map, Questions in a hat, Survey, Fashion show, Let’s debate, Counting game, Hot-air balloon, Find the mistakes, Post-it game, Dominos) h. Other activities (Identify key words, The odd-one-out, Classification, Summary, Hangman) 3. To get access to the activities, follow the menu in each section. Click on the ORANGE button provided to choose an activity. To come back to the menu click on the GREEN arrow at the top right handside of each slide. 4. Each activity is explained with step-by-step instructions in the notes section at the bottom of each slide to save you time. 5. You also get the booklet with 56 pages with all activities that can be photocopied and used in class with students. 6. You also get in the booklet blank templates that you can use and adapt for your own needs. - This resource is highly interactive to allow fun interactions with your students but you don’t need to be a techy to use it! - It is highly adaptable. You just need to adapt it for your needs - It is a time-saver: No need to overthink your planning. - It works! They have proven to be very useful in my classes If you are looking for more personalized activities for your class or your school, let’s get in touch! Always happy to help.
Year 5 Literacy: Instructions for an astronautQuick View
ChristianneChristianne

Year 5 Literacy: Instructions for an astronaut

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These week plans were created for a mixed ability year 5 class, whose topic was Space. Their written outcome is an instructional manual for an astronaut. The PowerPoint includes the slides I used with the children, as well as grammar and group activities and task cards for differentiated writing activities.
French Unit Plans for Beginners - Get full year of scheme of work /  Unit Plans for French BeginnersQuick View
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French Unit Plans for Beginners - Get full year of scheme of work / Unit Plans for French Beginners

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BUNDLE DESCRIPTION Back to school? Not sure where to start? Not ready with your Unit plans/Schemes of work? This resource of about 65 pages will help you plan your whole year with French beginners. It contains 6 unit plans with that you can use to teach for 6-7 weeks each. They follow a logical teaching order and they are aimed at absolute beginners. You will be able to teach your students from the alphabet, to pets, colors, family, hobbies, sports, opinions, music, food etc. Not to mention the grammar that is embedded in each of them. Each Unit plan contains teaching objectives, suggested activities, homework and differentiation. They are also flexible to suit all your learners’ abilities and learning styles. More details about each Unit : Unit 1 description BIENVENUE Back to school? Where to start to teach French to absolute beginners? How can you make a quick start while not worrying about Unit plans? Here’s the answer! This resource of 12 pages will help you plan your first weeks with French beginners. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 9 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Greetings/self-introduction - Asking/answering personal questions - Objects - Colors - Days/Months/date - Classroom instructions 2. Grammar: ¥ indefinite and definite articles ¥ numbers 1–31 ¥ il y a ¥ regular plurals ¥ imperative forms ¥ possession using de Unit 2 description A LA MAISON Teaching about the house in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 8 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about house, furniture, house activities, time etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 7 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - where you live - rooms in the house - furniture - telling the time 2. Grammar: ¥ Où? and Qui? ¥ à + town and à + hour ¥ further use of il y a ¥ regular -er verbs ¥ rules for pronunciation/spelling/dictionary work Unit 3 description MA FAMILLE Teaching about the family, pets, descriptions in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 8 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about family, pets, physical and personality description, opinions, reasons, numbers up to 69 etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - family - pets - descriptions - personality and physical appearance - opinions and reasons - numbers 2. Grammar: ¥ negatives ¥ subject pronouns ¥ present tense of avoir and être ¥ review about possessive adjectives (first, second and third persons) ¥ prepositions ¥ agreement of adjectives ¥ numbers 32–69 Unit 4 description Qu’est-ce qu’on fait? Teaching about activities, hobbies, chores, likes and dislikes in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 10 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about places in town, activities, hobbies, chores, opinions and reasons etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Places in town/home - Hobbies - Chores - Opinions and reasons 2. Grammar: ¥ aller ¥ à + definite article ¥ irregular verbs ¥ questions with Est-ce que ...? and Qu’est-ce que ...? ¥ simple opinions ¥ imperative forms ¥ using a dictionary effectively Unit 5 description UNE JOURNEE Teaching about school, teachers, subjects, timetable and hobbies in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 11 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about school and hobbies. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - School (subjects, teachers, timetable) - Hobbies - Opinions and reasons 2. Grammar: - negatives (ne ... pas) - asking for and giving simple opinions and reasons - quantifiers (très, assez, trop, un peu) - numbers up to 100 - reflexive verbs - near future tense for most able Unit 6 description ON S’AMUSE Teaching about sports, hobbies, music and interests in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 12 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about sport, hobbies, opinions, music etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Hobbies - Sports - Music - Likes and dislikes 2. Grammar: ¥ jouer à, faire du ¥ aller + infinitive ¥ adverbs od frequency and time ¥ use of conjunctions All the resource can be used individually but I will advice you to follow the unit. Don't forget to follow my shop for more coming bundle Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
School Bus Safety HandoutsQuick View
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School Bus Safety Handouts

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School Bus Safety Handouts. Back to School Safety Handouts. Great for back to school or school bus safety week. Beginning of the year informational handouts for parents and students about school bus safety at the bus stop, on board, and getting on and off. Good to give to parents of primary students, and useful to read over and discuss with students in upper grades. 11 pages. Goes well with my School Bus Safety PowerPoint. - HappyEdugator
KS1 & KS2 - Science Lesson Plan + PowerPoint - Can Your Brain Get It Wrong? Brain Puzzlers...Quick View
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KS1 & KS2 - Science Lesson Plan + PowerPoint - Can Your Brain Get It Wrong? Brain Puzzlers...

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This lesson plan gives you a fun hands-on lesson all about how the brain can become confused and see things or feel things that aren't really there! It includes lots of activities the children can perform in the class and then take home and share with their parents. It's a great talking point for sharing a learning experience! This lesson plan also includes a really valuable animated PowerPoint which clearly shows children how the brain has been tricked! This session includes lots of fun and memorable experiments for children to try. This lesson plan is ready to use with no preparation other than gathering the readily available equipment and printing out the worksheets that are included in the lessons! The session is designed to last between 70-100 minutes dependent on the activities you choose to include and can be spread across one or more sessions! Have a go, have fun and learn something along the way!!
Warming up & Stretching task cards for PE and SportQuick View
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Warming up & Stretching task cards for PE and Sport

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• 41 individual warming up & stretching printable task cards for elementary PE (+ videos) This Warming up & Stretching task cards pack is a fantastic foundational resource to be equipped with, and contains a collection of high-quality task card files with exclusive video demonstrations. You’ll be able to confidently and safely lead your class through various warm up and stretching exercises - the warm ups are used to begin your lessons, and stretching to finish… 1. 41 colourful, educational PE activity cards › Simply print out (and laminate) the cards (A4 or A5), and pick & choose 3-4 different tasks to do each lesson. They can also be printed larger as sports hall posters, or used for reference straight from your iPad/tablet. Each card has uniquely drawn illustrations with clear teaching instructions. You’ll be prepped with: • 25 warm up tasks - to start off your lessons and get your kids ready for sport. There are 2 types of warm up tasks and can either be done as ‘reps’ (repetitions), or for about 30s each task: 1: On the spot › Perform the movements individually in your own space 2: End-to-end › Working from one side of the sports hall/field, going to the other side and then back. • 16 stretching exercises - to use at the end of your sessions to improve flexibility, increase strength, and help to prevent injury to your muscles. Stretches can be held for 10-15s and repeated 2-3 times. Online video demonstration support You’ll be given access to instructional videos for each task (private YouTube videos, and links to my new APP). You can watch the videos with your students to help them see exactly how to perform the exercise safely and effectively, it’s they’re an incredibly helpful reference tool. One idea is have a student pick and choose 2-3 warm ups and 2-3 stretches, have them watch the corresponding videos, and then teach and demonstrate them to the rest of the class. Teaching tool for life I know you’ll love these task cards as they’re such a practical resource tool for any elementary or high school teacher. And just so you know these activities are only 41 tasks out of over 250 unique sport skills, drills and challenges - available to be access HERE in my Prime Coaching app. I’m always striving to give you more than just the resource itself – You won’t find other warm up and stretching cards complete with supporting videos. I aim to provide you with professional sports-coach level resources that are so easy to teach and implement at your school as a teacher. Make sure you check out some of my other resources below:
Special Education / Autism Classroom Set Up PackQuick View
TeachingAutismTeachingAutism

Special Education / Autism Classroom Set Up Pack

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This is a bundle of autism / spec ed resources from my store that will be great to help you set up your new autism / special education classroom or just to update it and introduce some new strategies. Each resource comes with instructions so you are able to implement them and use them in the best possible way in your classroom! We use these within our classroom every year and they work wonders with our students, so I am able to personally recommend you these resources and know that you will find them just as helpful in your classroom! This bundle includes; ♦ I Am Working For Board This reward system is a great way to keep students focused and engaged on their task, they'll have a visual to show what they are working for and also how much more they have to do to achieve it! ♦ Good Morning Greeting Book Have you ever found it so hard to get students ready in the mornings to start their work day? These Good Morning books are a great way to fix a morning routine to help ease your students into their day. ♦ Good Afternoon Greeting Book Afternoons can be so crazy busy, especially if your students have been outside running around! Settling back down to do work can be a really difficult task, so these Good Afternoon books are a great way to help your students regain their focus and settle back into their work routine. Having this take place every afternoon will introduce a solid routine for your students and they will know what to expect. ♦ Year Round Editable Newsletters If your classroom is as busy as any other Spec Ed class, then you'll find having time to keep families up to date with all the goings on can be really hard work! These editable newsletters are themed year round and can be so quick to put together. It also means that you can email AND print to send home to families just in case! It's a great way to add in little reminders too! ♦ Conversation Prompt Cards It can be really hard for students to try and build conversations and relationships with others in their class. These conversation prompt cards are a great way to encourage students and help them think up new conversation ideas to help improve their social skills. ♦ Communication Book If you have students who are non verbal or have limited speech then these communication books will be a great asset in your class. Once put together, they can be hung up or stored away in a place where the student is able to learn to independently get their book when needed. Having difficulties communicating can be a huge trigger for some students, so having this communication aide set up for them will be a huge help to them and can also help to improve their independence! ♦ Behavior/Behaviour Story A lot of students learn best through visuals and stories. This visual story book is a great way to help students think about their behaviour/behavior and how it will affect others around them. ♦ Class Timeline/Schedule Cards Transition and wondering what is coming next can be a huge burden for some students and get them very anxious. By providing a timeline of the day, students are able to visually see what is happening that day, what's coming next and what they can expect. It will reduce the 'unknown' for them and also the fear that comes with that. ♦ Supporting Autism & Spec Ed Walkthrough This 66 page walkthrough is packed full of literally everything you can imagine to help make your class more suitable for the students. There are so many great ideas including visuals, reward systems, symbols, sensory toys, behaviour/behavior management, iPad apps and so much more. ♦ Home to School Liaison Book The contact between Home/School is vital to help your students with their day to day life. It will keep both of you informed with how the student is doing and if there are any major things going on in their life at the moment. It will also help you to build a stronger relationship with those involved with the home life of the student. This will help you all work together to help the student get the most out of their life and to really help push and motivate them to achieve their best. ♦ Traffic Light Behaviour/Behavior Posters This traffic light system has proved to be a big hit in many classrooms. You can set it up whichever way you like - it could be for behaviours/behaviors or noise levels etc. It's a great way for students to visually see what you are thinking and how the classroom/student are doing right now. ♦ First, Then Visual Boards & Symbols This pack comes with a variety of different boards in 2 different levels as well as over 60 symbol cards! This is a great resource to help your students cope and to provide them with a visual of what is expected over a short period of time - also to encourage them should a 'choice' or 'reward' activity be coming up. ♦ Hitting / My Hands Social Story This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with hitting. A lot of children hit others as a sign of frustration, anxiety, pain etc. - sometimes we may even find no explanation for why they are hitting but hopefully this social story will help reduce hitting behaviours. ♦ Biting / My Mouth Social Story This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with biting. A lot of children bite others as a sign of frustration, anxiety, pain etc. - sometimes we may even find no explanation for why they are biting but hopefully this social story will help reduce biting behaviours.
DOLLAR UP: I Can Buy... Restaurant Money Adapted Book AutismQuick View
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DOLLAR UP: I Can Buy... Restaurant Money Adapted Book Autism

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Dollar Up Practice Restaurant Edition. Practice using the dollar up/ next dollar method for purchasing items at the store with this adapted book. Dollar amounts up to $13.00. The book has 8 items to practice purchasing. Students are given a choice of 3 prices on each page and are asked to pick the price that is the next dollar after the price shown. Students then read the sentence at the bottom of the page, using the visual supports on the sentence strip. (Ex: I need $7.00 to pay the check.) Visually supported counting and envelope for students to count the necessary dollar amounts and "pay" for the item. Get ready for community based instruction with this dollar up/ purchasing practice adapted book. Visual supports aide students in correctly counting the right amount of money and pay for the item. This is a great way to have students work on money awareness and dollar up while encouraging students to read/ write and speak in complete sentences. These books are especially great for students with minimal verbal skills. [ P R O D U C T • I N C L U D E S ] ------------------------------------------------- 8 page book 8 visually supported bill counting/ purchasing pages to correspond with each item. "dollar bills" writing worksheet- to copy down the sentences they created. Food: hot dog, cheeseburger, chicken tenders, grilled cheese sandwich, tacos, spaghetti, burrito, and orange chicken NO PREP GOOGLE LINKS *BONUS* - link to an interactive version of the adapted book on google slides. *BONUS* - a link to the adapted book compiled into google forms- a great way to quiz your students or keep data on how they are doing automatically!!!! Great for Independent Work Station
Back to School: Roll Out the Red Carpet!Quick View
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Back to School: Roll Out the Red Carpet!

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Students in eighth grade are facing the end of middle or junior high school and in the not-so-distant future the start of high school. Between then and now they have a great deal of academics to learn, state tests to pass, and the pressures of being adolescents. So why not start the year celebrating their final year in middle or junior high school in classic Hollywood fashion? This first week of 8th grade ELA unit does just that! Show your students just how special they are while assessing basic language and writing skills. Roll out the red carpet, notify the paparazzi, and let your students have a great time watching movie trailers, writing reviews, looking back at summer, and getting the star treatment; while introducing collaborative learning and project-based activities. Start the school year with high expectations and watch your students soar.