An interactive PowerPoint based on the story Handa's Surprise....Using storybook images, photographs, symbols and text.... Works through the story recognising animals and fruit Thank You for all your feedback !
PowerPoint and sensory ideas to support one of our favorite stories. Photos - Widgit symbols - Sensory stories - New to adding resources on TES so any feedback and comments gratefully received, Thanks
Activity ideas and symbols to support Mr Men describing. New to adding resources on TES so any feedback and comments gratefully received, Thanks. These resources are used to support original materials and books by the author that we own in school.
Step by step, visual instructions with symbol supports to create your own individual lava lamps. A simple science experiment to explore properties and a great visual activity. Experiment with colours, bottles and containers for the best effect. Try shining torches in darkened room on the bottles, or on light table. Seal bottle with lid when bubbles have stopped. CAUTION - If you use Alka Seltzers, please closely supervise!
flashcards, sequencing and simple matching booklet to accompany Dear Zoo story using widgit communicate in print matrix maker Included link to video created by pupils called Dear Farm New to adding resources on TES so any feedback and comments gratefully received, Thanks
Photos, text and symbols to support Rain Forest layers activity. Widgit, communicate in print
A basic sheet to collect information from parents / carers / outreach during visits or first meetings. We print as A3 - forms the basis of communication passports. Used within ASD / SEN / EYFS setting
Visual symbol support - Key ring of symbols to support communication - ASD - Communicate in Print New to adding resources on TES so any feedback and comments gratefully received, Thanks
Simple step by step guides and visual supports to create a tasty and fun Christmas treat. Easy to follow. Tried and tested (and tasted!) within EYFS / ASC provision Great hands onactivity....only problem is you need to buy double the ingredients so you can taste test along the way !! 👍 We hope you like them as much as we do
Adapted PowerPoint of a favourite story.\n\nIncludes symbols / text and sound effects to tell the story.\n\nSuitable for SEN / ASD provision\n\nWe hope you enjoy, please leave feedback if you do.\n\nMany Thanks
A selection of ideas / introduction to sensory play ideas for parents. First of a series (hopefully!). Feedback appreciated. Thanks for viewing www.class67.doomby.com
Simple cooking activity with visual supports - Symbol resources - PowerPoint - used with pupils with ASD New to adding resources on TES so any feedback and comments gratefully received, Thanks
Symbol supports to use with picture timetable in dressing / undressing schedules. includes clothing items and example timetable Used to promote independence and structure in dressing / self help. Matrix Maker
Adapted powerpoint for Remembrance Day.\nWe also included video clips and music such as last post but these will not transfer to upload.\n\nUsed within EYFS and ASD provision\n\nIncludes Symbol support
A selection of flashcards, symbols and lotto boards to promote thinking and communication around the subject of Red Nose Day. Used to support the resources and activities found at www.rednoseday.com/schools/early-years/learning-activities Hoping to add some more resources as we go
We made this simple PowerPoint to support work we did for a few of our pupils with ASD who struggle with people dressing up.
Please note this resource has saved as 2 pdf files due to original coming from the printed booklet. This also means that once printed the sheets require cutting in half and ordered to form the workbook.Autism; SEN; Stories; Symbols
An Introduction to our topic on Egypt. Simple photos and symbols Used in an EYFS / KS1 class for pupils with ASD
PowerPoint showing images / symbols relating to Buddhism.\n\nBrief look at the Lotus Flower and it's importance.\n\nUsed as a focus in our Buddhism topic
Simple shape activity - Find the shape to feed the alien his lunch.\n\nA PowerPoint used in ASD / EYFS / KS1 setting\n\nAdapted from a children's story.