First Aid Lesson for Special Needs
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ckel280

First Aid Lesson for Special Needs

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A complete, two week lesson plan for special needs students. It has two different levels of assessment, quizzes, performance checklists and instructions for performance, posters that can be laminated and put up around the classroom or used to enhance learning. It even has a picture step-by-step for proper handwashing. It also has at the end a printable certificate to show the student has completed the entire lesson! It focuses on two levels-students able to care for their own basic first aid needs, and those students whose needs are so severe they probably should focus on telling an adult of any injury. There are procedure cards for the following: cuts/scrapes, insect bites, vomiting, and nosebleeds. Each project has detailed instructions on what to do.
SURVIVAL Words for Special Needs
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nanoval

SURVIVAL Words for Special Needs

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Everyday living skills should include survival vocabulary. There are many words that you may want to include but this is a start. I place them around the room above the blackboards and window and every so often the students read out loud to see who can do the quickest.
Special Needs Checklists
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missmonica1

Special Needs Checklists

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This product contains the checklists that will help you identify the characteristics of significant learning disabilities that some of your students may display. THIS IS NOT A VALID METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING LEARNING DISABILITIES but it can serve as important observational tool when referring a child for professional services such as psychological testing, speech therapy, and/ or occupational therapy. It can also help you plan for individualized educational plans and behavior intervention plans for students needing adapted or modified programs. This file contains: 2 page checklist for dyscalculia 2 page checklist for dysgraphia 2 page checklist for dyslexia 2 page checklist for dyspraxia Each checklist is broken down into separate parts to give yourself a global view of each special need in order to better understand and help your students. Should you have any questions or comments about this product, feel free to email me at missmonica@iheartgrade3.com Have a great day!
Showering - a special needs resource for puberty
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pearp

Showering - a special needs resource for puberty

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I have developed a number of resources which I use in my PSHE Curriculum. I have divided the resources into gender specific and this is female students - 'Girl Talk'. It informs the students about learning the skills for showering as they become an adult. It is designed specifically to teach life skills to secondary aged students. It has inbuilt comprehension to enhance the students learning. If you look at my resources I have a number of other resources which are part of my 'Girl Talk' program.
ILP for special needs learners
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lesleyholden

ILP for special needs learners

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This is a pictorial ILP I use with all my learners with special needs. I use it to introduce the course. Its a good starting point to see how they like working. We then use it at the start of each session to recap the previous session (book pics doc) I use photos of learners completing the work to help them remember
Of Mice + Men Resource Unit (Functional Skills): For Special Needs Education
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bbunwise

Of Mice + Men Resource Unit (Functional Skills): For Special Needs Education

This series of resources is to be taught while studying ‘Of Mice and Men’. It is designed predominantly for classes in Special Needs schools in the UK. The resources help the pupils prepare for various qualifications. This includes Entry Level English, Functional Skills English and GCSE English Language. In total, there are 11 lessons in the series. Each lesson is differentiated. This means that the lessons are set at EL1, EL2, EL3 and at wither Level 1 Functional Skills or GCSE. There are reading, writing and speaking and listening lessons. Both the writing and speaking and listening lessons can be taught using various marking schemes. These lessons can also be used in main stream education for pupils working either below GCSE level or at a low GCSE level. This bundle includes the resources to be used with Functional Skills English in mind.
Family History for Students with Special Needs
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Geoyce411

Family History for Students with Special Needs

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This unit lesson will lessen the difficulty students with special needs have learning about and understanding history. By researching family history, students with special needs will realize that history delves in the past and that everyone has a history that can be passed down to families, friends, and historians. The goals and objectives provide teachers with an outline of this approach. The suggested activities, starting with each student investigating the history of someone in his/her family which will be displayed and presented by the student to the class. This will provide a foundation from which to explore historical events by having each student identify any event in the local, state, national, or world history their relative might have witnessed or with which s/he was involved. The teacher then arranges these historic events into a timeline to acquaint the students with how to research and display historical events.
Geography Unit for Children with Special Needs!
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Theautismhelper

Geography Unit for Children with Special Needs!

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This unit includes tons of fun games, printables, flashcards, and an adapted book to help your students learn about geography. Geography is a great social studies theme to work on and this unit allows you to differentiate for a wide range of types of learners! Here is what's included: - 16 Flashcards with definitions - Hunting for a Hamburger: 13 page adapted book with all vocabulary terms; matching pieces included - 3 comprehension worksheets - 10 matching worksheets - I have, who has? Game - Bingo - with 2 levels of difficulty of calling cards and 10 boards Vocabulary: island, peninsula, waterfall, beach, river, ocean, lake, mountain, hill volcano, desert, country, continent, city, state, capital Great for children with autism or special needs - these materials are hands on and easy to understand!
Family - Special Needs - Grade 9
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AplusEdu

Family - Special Needs - Grade 9

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This amazing ‘Family Theme’ lesson is… • beautifully designed • 4-pages in length and may be formatted into a 4-page booklet • provided in both black & white and colored versions • perfect for students learning English as a Second Language • perfect for students whose first language is English • based on an age-appropriate topic This wonderful lesson allows students to… • practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills • learn theme-based vocabulary • attempt many different styles of questions • express their creativity • engage in a relevant and meaningful learning experience A bundle of Vaughan M. Blaney’s lessons may be used … • to supplement any curriculum being taught in a school • as a school's sole curriculum • as supplementary material for the individualized needs of specific students • as the curriculum for special holiday programs • as the curriculum for summer school programs
10 SMART APPS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS
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john421969

10 SMART APPS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS

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A Presentation of 10 Apps for Children with Special Needs. These applications are perfect for your unique child, and that he/she enjoys using these apps just as much as you enjoy watching him learn and grow! This Presentation Includes: 1. See Touch Learn 2. Tap to Talk 3. Model Me Going Places 4. Talk Assist 5. Splatter 6. Autism Express 7. Talking Tom 8. Virtuoso Piano 9. Pocket Penguins 10. ABC Pocket Phonics Teachers can use this presentation of apps as a ready reckoner to pick up the tools to help the learners digitally as the need demands.
Strategy Cards for Special Educational Needs
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floosiehuntley

Strategy Cards for Special Educational Needs

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A set of cards for individual SEN with ideas and pointers for teaching staff/classroom assistants for helping pupils with special educational needs. Includes ADHD/ADD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, SEBD, SpLD, ASD, Dyscalculia, Hearing/Visual Impairments and strategies for classroom assistants. Designed to be printed on to coloured card and given to staff to give ideas for strategies to help pupils on the SEN register and for achieving Education Plan targets and can be used for evidence gathering. Editable and can be customised for your own school use.
Primary School Special Educational Needs
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sparkle1978

Primary School Special Educational Needs

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This resource is in a powerpoint format. The purpose of this powerpoint is to showcase best practice of Special educational needs within a primary school. This powerpoint is a scaffold for teachers to use -there are gaps in the powerpoint to add your own pictures , the name of the school and emblem of the school. This can be used to show external profesionals and share with school to showcase SEN in the school. 30 + slides included The key sections are the changes in SEN and the Code of Practice, different stages of SEN, daily support for SEN pupils, interventions and provisions in place and support for statemented children.
Physical Education Teaching Pack for Special Needs
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GoldSEN

Physical Education Teaching Pack for Special Needs

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A complete teaching pack for teachers who deliver Physical Education to students with Special Needs (P5-NC3) This pack comes with 7 SEN Sports activities with individualized lesson plans for each area complete with supporting Medium Term plans (And examples of individualized targets: 1. Multi-skills (7 Lesson Plans) 2. Health Related Fitness (6 Lesson Plans) 3. Goalball (5 Lesson Plans) 4. Swimming (13 Lesson Plans) 5. Gymnastics (8 Lesson Plans) 6. Team Building OAA (9 Lesson Plans) 7. Boxercise (5 Lesson Plans) In addition to this attached are detailed assessment tools for Swimming for those working at P4-P8; a Sports Day program together with a results pack; and a Swimming Gala Program together with a results pack. This resource should help to triangulate planning, teaching and assessing of students with regards their Physical Education provision. There is also a good variety of activities to ensure that students are continually motivated during their PE lessons. This pack would work ideal for anyone delivering PE to students aged between 7-16, or any student working in the region between P5-NC3.
Autism and Special Needs Worksheets-Understanding Negation
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angiesiddd

Autism and Special Needs Worksheets-Understanding Negation

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This resource adresses the langue concept of "NOT". Great for students with autism and special needs. There are 7 pages to be printed, cut out and laminated. Have the students name the pictures and circle the right answer on each of the 14 cards. Use dry erase markers to write on the cards.
Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards- Kitchen Tools
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angiesiddd

Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards- Kitchen Tools

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There are 48 cards that will help students with autism and special needs learn kitchen tools: ice cream scoop, garlic press, mortar, cup, potato masher, ice tray, tongs, whisk, spatula, oven, pot, bowl, plate, juicer, cutting board, thermos, hand juicer, mixer, corkscrew, can opener, table & chairs, blender, glass, jug, sieve, spoon, refrigerator, stove, sink, tray, napkins, knife, mincer, oven glove, kettle, cookie cutters, microwave, grater, fork, apron, peeler, colander, ladle, pan, rolling pin, wooden spoon, toaster, electric kettle. The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use velcro on the back side of each card for pecs purpose.
Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards -Bathroom Accessories
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angiesiddd

Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards -Bathroom Accessories

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Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards, Pecs -Bathroom Accessories There are 30 cards that will help students with autism and special needs learn bathroom accessories including: bath toys, hair brush, comb, curling iron, electric razor, first aid kit, hair dryer, lotion, razor, shampoo, faucet, towel ring, mirror, bathrobe, shower curtain, sink, soap, toilet, toilet paper, toothbrush, toothpaste, towels, laundry basket, bathtub, scale, sponge, slippers, showerhead, cotton buds, bidet. The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use velcro on the back side of each card for pecs purpose.