Ideas to be used within a TEACCH workstation structure.
Animated Rosie's walk, images edited from Kizclub.com
Animated story of Handa's Surprise, now with sounds
A range of sheets which develop and assess childrens understanding of what they read by following a simple sentence. Children will however need a concept of colour to use effectively. Ideal for use in a workstation or structured activity for children with ASD.
Picture cards or cut outs to aid in telling the story or ordering. Includes visuals for days of week.
Four sets of Snowmen related activity packs for various aspects of numeracy, with suggested activity ideas card to support use making it ideal as a take home activity. The editable version in ppt. format allows you to make changes and create your own games/ activities. An optional sheet for sets 2-4 identify the possible aspects of development being addressed through the suggested activities. Set 1: Colour/ matching, Set 2: Numbers and numerals. Set 3: counting and adding. Set 4: Sizes
Interactive story (powerpoint) of the very hungry caterpillar, using photos. A selection of visual resources to accompany story (a good alternative to sparkleboxes). Various types, duplicates in different styles for your choice.
Lots of ideas for messy sensory play ideas,especially suitable for preschoolers and special needs.
18 pairs of rhyming photos, colour coded in sets to prevent the activity from becoming overwhelming. Print and laminate cut out as needed to make lotto or pairs
Set of photographic cards to use with Handa's Surprise. a) Photos of fruits. b) Photos of fruit cut in half. c) Photos of animals. d) Words of the fruit and animals. Print and laminate, use to accompany story/ talking point/ matching/ reading sight words.
Print and laminate this powerpoint presentation (I don’t have an alternative programme) Cut out the small pictures and match to apporpriate board, some are not as easy as others. Good discussion, consolidation and assessment tool and good for independent activity.
Photos of 12 people who help us supported with symbols, matching cards with photos/ symbols of situations in which the people can help. Use to make flip books, pairs, lotto, matching or as a basis for discussion. Print and laminate, it is is powerpoint due to easy production. Be aware of the photo that matches the paramedics although not graffic may scare without support.
A resource consisting of a range of bugs, flowers and leaves. For a range of games relating to colour matching, ordinal number, matching quantity to numeral and simple addition.
A selection of lotto cards. B+W symbols Colour symbols Photos with words Photos without words Words. Select required pages, print and laminate for lotto, discussion etc. Ideal for sen, autism.
Three sorting cards to sort food into eat lots, eat everyday, eat occasionally. Using red, orange green. Print laminate and cut out foods
Number rhyme i created to tune of five little snowmen fat or simply spoken. Rhyme card, little superheroes and a4 sized superheroes with blank spaces for you to add whatever you want to chest adapting rhyme to your needs e.g. putting shapes/ letters/ numbers and adapting the rhyme as an assessment/ tool by changing to rhyme for 'one flew off in a flash' to 'square flew off... etc.
Two lotto boards with matching mother and baby creatures e.g. Pig-piglet, lady-baby, dog-puppy. Print and laminate, cut up one set e.g. babies to match to mother.
Set of cards for printing and laminating, for aid story telling, ordering or matching words. Hooray for fish is THE most wonderfully simple yet lovely book, simply a must have.
A book with songs and rhymes about mini beasts (a page a beast) includes index. Print, laminate and bind.
Simple board game, to move hungry caterpillar around board eating all food until he turns into a butterfly. Can also be used as a story telling aid. Includes hungry caterpillar die, and instructions.
Christmas Lotto of traditional Christmas things e.g. cracker, nativity, Christingle, tree. Ideal to encourage discussion. Either copy two and laminate for lotto or one set to aid discussion.