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All About Me Game, transition, new class

All About Me Game, transition, new class

A game I made for my small class of learners with autism. Suitable for any small group introduction - e.g. intervention group, speech and language, attention and listening. Learners throw a dice and move around the board. When they land on a question, they answer the question. I like to ask another member of the group a question relating to the answer, to encourage learners to pay attention to each other's answers - my children tend to have very little interest in each other! Supports social skills, attention and listening, turn taking. Used for specialist autism group but appropriate for any mainstream KS1 / KS2 group or older SEN group.

By jlp76

3D Hot Air Balloon craft - All About Me, Transition, New Class, SEN, KS1, KS2

3D Hot Air Balloon craft - All About Me, Transition, New Class, SEN, KS1, KS2

4 oval shapes for learners to draw - self portrait, things I like, my family, what I want to do when I grow up. When these are finished, ovals should be cut out and folded in half. Two halves should be stuck to one oval - making a 'cross' type shape when viewed from above. Apologies for my rubbish description! String can then be used to attach the 'basket' to the hot air balloon. A lovely 'getting to know you' craft for the beginning of the school year. These look nice strung in a line across a window.

By jlp76

People Who Help Us, visual memory, attention and listening game,

People Who Help Us, visual memory, attention and listening game,

2 x 15 symbol cards of people who help us. These can be used as a paired memory game, or as a small group attention and listening activity (show learners a number of cards, remove 1 card without learners being aware which card - can they remember which card has been removed). Coloured orange to fit with colourful semantics, 'who' words. Made for Community topic for children with autism, learning difficulty but also suitable for mainstream KS1.

By jlp76

Back to School Activities - Transition - Team Building - Life Skills PSHE CITIZENSHIP

Back to School Activities - Transition - Team Building - Life Skills PSHE CITIZENSHIP

Back to School Activities - Team Building - Life Skills PSHE CITIZENSHIP This resource bundle contains some of my best selling Team building and transition summer School activities. 1. Back to School Transition Quiz 2. The Big Disney Quiz 3.Simpsons making friends Activity 4. Survival in the rockies Team Building challenge 5. Back to School and Starting a new school lessons (Free Resource) All activities are suitable for Students coming up from KS2 and KS3 Students. Each Activity should be done in teams (Except the Simpsons making friends - This is done as a whole class) I have made available a MINI (Short) Quiz for FREE so you can check the quality of my Resources. Its available here (only 4 Rounds): Famous Guitarists Mini Quiz This resource would work really well with my other 2017/2018 educational resources and Quizzes. Over 40+ in total. Why not take a look at a few.... Literacy Whole School Quiz Bundle The Big Film & TV Quiz 5x British Values Quiz Bundle Back to School Quiz Fast Food and Healthy Eating Quiz

By bkingsnorth

Where I Belong Booklet

Where I Belong Booklet

This is written with Australian teachers in mind but can be used by all cultures. This resource makes up an 18 page booklet for children to learn about where they belong and to learn about others. Australian Curriculum—Foundation Year Humanities and Social Sciences Personal and family histories ACHHK001 and ACHHK002 The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity - Children develop knowledgeable and confident self identities Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world - Children respond to diversity with respect

By TeachEzy

What is Success? A Life Skills/Citizenship lesson for students

What is Success? A Life Skills/Citizenship lesson for students

This resource works on what the students define as successful and challenges those concepts. This uses real-life case studies of both famous and nonfamous people, and asks students to comment on how people look, act and present themselves in terms of success, and asks them how they are going to become more successful in their lives. This lesson has been graded outstanding. There is a full lesson plan including differentiation, a presentation for the whole lesson, a starter task and a plenary task. I am also available to help if there are any queries or anything more you would like help with once you have purchased the resource, many thanks! :)

By MrHooperSSA

Body Parts - Word Picture Matching

Body Parts - Word Picture Matching

The word to picture matching activities are a fantastic resource for any classroom, although especially with non-verbal students. It can help to encourage and promote reading and recognition of vocabulary and different parts of the body. This resource is a great strategy to encourage students to read the words that they can see, but also to be able to understand that they can link the word to an actual image/body part. Many students may learn to just read words but not understand the meaning behind them, this will help to work with students on working towards achieving this skill. Instructions on first page of how you can use this resource to it's best potential within your classroom. This resource will be great for group work, speech sessions, 1:1 activities. english/literacy sessions, vocabulary work and even science / body themed activities. Vocabulary includes; ♦ ear ♦ eye ♦ face ♦ eyebrow ♦ elbow ♦ foot ♦ hair ♦ hand ♦ lips ♦ moustache ♦ nose ♦ teeth ♦ tongue ♦ ankle ♦ knee ♦ hand ♦ fingers ♦ head ♦ bone ♦ finger nail ♦ belly button ♦ brain ♦ cheek ♦ chin ♦ skeleton ♦ skull etc. Contains 14 different activity boards.

By nikkirobs

Life Skill Lesson 1 - Student Introduction

Life Skill Lesson 1 - Student Introduction

This resource is aimed at low-ability students who have been directed to complete a Life-Skills course. It presents Life Skills as a fun and exciting course, and introduces the students to each other, and allows the teacher to get to know the students and make Assessment for Learning judgements based on their speaking skills, listening skills and writing skills. Graded Outstanding when observed. The worksheet allows you to put in your own schools name and personalize the resource. There is also the main interview task which has been extremely well received when used. Alongside this, I will also be on hand to assist anyone who has purchased this resource and needs things changing/help with delivery :)

By MrHooperSSA

British Values Pack

British Values Pack

This pack includes: Display resources - British values Union Flag title - Union Flags - Each British Value explained in 'child speak' Other - Ideas for classroom-based British Values promotion Visit my shop for more resources, including a full set of EYFS cards covering all age bands and ELGs! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/littlelearnersmail

By littlelearnersmail

Calming Strategies

Calming Strategies

Calming Strategies – Poster Set in three sizes 109 pages For Early Years and Primary Grades This Calming Strategies – Poster Set contains 30 posters in color and 30 black/white and in three sizes. The black and white version you can copy onto coloured card for a third printing option. Students can colour the black and white option and the smaller versions could be attached to a ring. As the teacher decide which cards to use – I would suggest that you limit to five initially and see how they go and then if you need to introduce others on a needs basis. Posters include – breathe out, blow off steam, chew gum, counting, draw, fidget toy, go for a walk, happy thoughts, have a drink, hula hoop, jumping jacks, listen to music, paint a picture, play a game, play dough, playground visit, push for energy, read a book, sand play, self talk, sit in a beanbag, sit on a body ball, take a message, take exercise, talk to my teacher, time with the class pet, try yoga use a stress ball, use blocks and visit the library. Please read the description and download the preview before purchasing. The preview clearly shows you what is included in this pack. ********************************************************************** COPYRIGHT ©2017 Paula’s Place This product is for personal use in one classroom only. To share or use in multiple classrooms, please purchase additional licenses. This product may not be shared or distributed without consent from the author.

By pjshaw2

EYFS Personal Targets

EYFS Personal Targets

As well as targets from their teachers, children should be encouraged to think about what they want to improve. These targets can be displayed in the classroom as a reminder of what children are working towards - they also make a great feature for parents and visitors to look at. This file includes eight different targets to be displayed. - Add children's names either in the document or by printing, laminating and writing on them with a dry-wipe marker so names can be changed.

By littlelearnersmail

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

In this engaging and interactive lesson, students make the case for who they feel is the greatest sportsperson of all time. Within the lesson they develop skills of: persuasive writing, independent researching, personal and social comprehension, and speaking and listening. By the end of the lesson, students write and present their own case for the world's greatest sportsperson, using individually researched subject matter, structural advice, and understanding of persuasive techniques. The learning follows a logical, bitesize journey, in which students: - Discuss and define the key features of what they think makes a sportsperson 'great'; - Research how their own contender meets the features of greatness, using a well-scaffolded research template; - Understand and exemplify each of the persuasive techniques, useful in convincing others of their case; - Critically analyse the language, subject matter, and structure of a model example of a World's Greatest Sportsperson article; - Write, present, and assess their own article. Included is everything that you need to teach, including: - Comprehensive, well-presented whole-lesson PowerPoint (students are led through the learning journey by an animated Usain Bolt character!); - Research template and completed model example; - Persuasive device cards for the card-sorting activity; - Model example of a completed 'World's Greatest Sportsperson' article; - Lesson plan. This would be perfect as a part of an English persuasive writing or speaking and listening unit, a PSHE/Citizenship study of people and their achievements, or a Cross-Curricular activity for less structured learning time. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the presentation.

By TandLGuru