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Pre-Primer Sight Words

Pre-Primer Sight Words

Pre-Primer Sight Words Cards for early age and special education students, great for building sentences and for general word practice and recognition. Print the pages on photo paper and laminate for furability. Cut the cards out, a set for each students.
angiesiddd
Chinese New Year Vocabulary Cards for Autism, Pecs

Chinese New Year Vocabulary Cards for Autism, Pecs

Autism and Special Needs Communication Cards, PECS - Chinese New Year, works great to introduce Chinese New Year customs with the simple vocabulary in this set. The cards can be used in different matching activities and games to improve and practice the vcabulary on the topic. This resource is good for early age, pre-K, Kindergarten, preschool, ESLand special needs students. There are 4 pages to be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards- one icluding picture names in border bottom and the second one including them in border top. Use velcro dots on the back side for pecs purpose.
angiesiddd
wait cards

wait cards

this resource is very useful for teaching children with special needs how to wait during certain tasks or situations (time out, waiting for an appointment, etc). The small 'wait"cards, will be stuck on the big yellow circle. You decide the length of time between the "wait' cards.
melinda_sali
Valentine`s Day Activity - All About Hearts

Valentine`s Day Activity - All About Hearts

February Activity for Autism and Special Needs, Speech Therapy, TEACCH, ABA , Pre-K, K and preschool students. The following activities are included: 1. Picture to picture match – pages 1-2 2. Word to picture match – pages 3-6 3. Match the color clip cards – pages 7-16 4. Color the picture to match the labels – pages 17-26 5. Match the color and the number – pages 27-34 6. What comes next? Page 35 7. Color the hearts in the ten frames to match the labels – pages 36-45 8. Bonus pages for “gray”. The pages must be printed on photo paper and laminated. Use velcro dots where needed and dry erase markers for drawing. If you choose not to laminate the pages, you will use the activities as simple cut and paste activities and use simple pencils for drawing on pages.
angiesiddd
Science (float or sink) for SEN, Reception and Early Years

Science (float or sink) for SEN, Reception and Early Years

3 worksheets for Sink or Float. Allows children to predict if they think an item will sink or float. When given the items and a see through bowl filled with water they can then place the item in and observe for themselves if the item sinks or floats, enabling them to discover if they were right or wrong in their predictions. A great activity for all abilities with 3 worksheets to demonstrate the children's understanding and learning. Includes pictures of items to experiment with, and pictures for float or sink,
smidgealot
Little Monsters Good Behaviour Pack

Little Monsters Good Behaviour Pack

Rewarding good behaviour is called positive reinforcement and it works! Designed by Eve Wilson, who has spent over 40 years in education, 10 as a head teacher and of Ofsted inspector. The Good Behaviour Pack is based on her experience working with young children in schools. Effective teaching and learning cannot take place in an undisciplined environment. If just one child acts in a disruptive way and persistently stays off-task, this will affect the learning of the entire class group. Every teacher needs to know strategies that will ensure good relationships within the class. Negative punitive means are usually counter-productive. Effective teaching and learning cannot take place in an undisciplined environment. If just one child acts in a disruptive way and persistently stays off-task, this will affect the learning of the entire class group. Every teacher needs to know strategies that will ensure good relationships within the class. Negative punitive means are usually counter-productive. Using positive reinforcement, The Little Monsters GOOD BEHAVIOUR PACK follows the basic principles for a good discipline regimes: • It must be firm • It must be consistent • It must be based on the individual character differences of the child • Rewarding good behaviour and ignoring bad is almost always better than concentrating on punishing the bad. The Good Behaviour Pack contains: - Notes for guidance - 6 reproducible star charts - 30 reproducible Colouring charts - 10 reproducible merit certificates - Behaviour Cards
SmallWorldBigImaginations
Grab and Go Circle Time Kit

Grab and Go Circle Time Kit

Jane Langley & Bill Hansberry A brilliant book that will be welcomed by all early years practitioners who want a more effective way of addressing behaviour. Includes ​13 sessions Thinking and behaving restoratively does not come naturally to all kids. Restorative Practice is a way of thinking about people and events and it is a frame of reference that we can teach to young people. What is the result? Calmer more peaceful and more productive classrooms and playgrounds. Evidence shows that schools that actively teach Restorative Thinking and Behaviour to students report less bullying behaviour; less anxious kids; less anxious parents and happier teachers. The Grab and Go Circle Time Kit for Teaching Restorative Behaviour is unique. We have harnessed the Circle Time pedagogy to create thirteen wonderful sessions to teach young students how to think and behave restoratively. Packed with wonderful illustrated stories and resources for use in the sessions busy teachers can literally pick up this manual and run with it!
SmallWorldBigImaginations
Mood Toolbox  & Poster Bundle

Mood Toolbox & Poster Bundle

This program was developed by Natalie Clarke with the assistance from her friend, a behaviour specialist (40 years experience) to help Natalie’s son with ASD. The intervention assists Ben in understanding his own emotions and has empowered him to select strategies from the toolbox to use when needed. He has become more independent in his choices of how he regulates his emotions. Natalie has three degrees, including a Masters in Special Education and over 30 years experience teaching in Public, State and Autistic Schools. Over the years, Natalie has assisted many children in learning how to regulate their own emotions. Mood toolbox is a practical approach and can be used individually or in the whole class environment. It is especially helpful for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Social Emotional Disorder (SED). A fun character affectionately called Moodzie helps to encourage children to recognize their own moods. Each Moodzie has a color that represents different moods, such as red for anger, blue for sadness etc. Learning to navigate the emotional roads of children can be challenging, but for the impacted children, discerning and working through their own moods can be even more trying. Some children may not know how to communicate their feelings, but with the Mood Tool Box, their moods can be explored through Moodzie’s various adventure stories and other support materials. Included in this resources is a series three Mood Tool Box Adventure Stories: 1. Moodzie Chooses Happy 2. Moodzie Gets Agro 3. Moodzie Blues Moodzie is happy most of the time. However, antennae makes Moodzie very sensitive to the world. Come on a journey with Moodzie to discover all about moods and the strategies to make Moodzie happy again.” In additon this includes all posters that can be printed and displayed in larger sizes. Visit our website to learn all about additional strategies from experts around the world that can help with emotional regulation and moods. Also discover where to download our free app. Additional materials such as certificates, activities and stickers are available from our site to further help children choose happy. For more details visit our website: www.lifelearningapps.com/mood-toolbox/
natclarke
Classroom Economy Brain Cash for Positive Behavior Management

Classroom Economy Brain Cash for Positive Behavior Management

Do you need a fun, easy, fast way to encourage your students? Learn it to Earn It is an easy to use, ready-made reward economy system that encourages students to meet goals. It’s totally customizable to your students’ needs and level and comes with everything you need to implement it right away. Kids love earning Brain Cash when they show positive behaviors like: trying hard, not giving up, listening, following directions, staying on task, completing homework, birthdays, helping others, being on time, having materials, etc.. This system is great for individual tutoring, classroom use, special education, and homeschooling. It can be used as part of an individual behavior management plan or as a whole classroom economy unit. It is also a great way to tie in math as students keep track of money earned, spent, and needed. I have used this successfully with tutoring students from Kindergarten to 8th grade. What’s included: - 3 Sheets of Brain Cash in 1, 5, 10, 20 - ready to copy, cut and use. In black and white. Copy onto green or colored paper for a fun look. - Instructions for creating Brain Banks to store Brian Cash - Bank book and goal sheet with ideas for use - Brain checks for additional fun - Ideas for incorporating math and behavior goals - 4 reward certificates for extra reinforcement
Tammys-Toolbox
Student Well Being- Bundle

Student Well Being- Bundle

Our student well-being bundle includes 4 resources to help your students improve on their social and emotional functioning. Resources included are: 1. How Do I Feel? Feelings Flash Cards 2. Working Together: Team-building Activities 3. Emotional Intelligence: Activities for Student Well-Being 4. Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students. A. How Do I Feel? Feelings Flash Cards - The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Happy 2.Lonely 3. Mad 4. Proud 5. Sad 6. Embarrassed 7. Sheepish 8. Shy 9. Skeptical 10. Suprised 11. Worried 12. Disappointed Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Anxious 2. Bored 3. Confused 4. Enraged 5. Excited 6. Hurt 7. Mad- Accusatory 8. Mad- Indignant 9. Peeved-Tantruming 10. Proud 11. Scared 12. Shy 13. Smug- Self- Important 14. Startled 15. Stressed B. Working Together: Team Building Activities Working Together: Team-Building Activities This team building set comes with general objectives. Each activity comes with instructions you can modify. It also comes with processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities that you can discuss with your students. 3 Icebreakers 6 Team building Activities (Included are materials needed, instructions and processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities) C. Emotional Intelligence: Activities for Student Well-Being Teaching emotional intelligence could help students handle situations effectively, be able to identify, communicate their feelings to other people and could help them read situations and relationships. It could also help them regulate their emotions and help them respond appropriately to others. This Emotional Intelligence resource focuses on 4 areas: 1. Intrapersonal 2. Interpersonal 3. Stress Management 4. General Mood This emotional intelligence resource includes: a. Definition of Emotional intelligence b. Signs of high emotional intelligence c. Signs of low emotional intelligence d. Activities on the 4 focused areas e. Processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences D. Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students Our students constantly face a lot of difficulties and struggles whether it's family, school or community related. This resource could help and support them to handle their difficulties and struggles better. This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: 1. Self-Awareness 2. Conflict resolution 3. Empathy 4. Teaching Courage It includes: 1. Definition of terms 2. Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area 3. Processing Questions for each activity
kitcelcorner
Valentine`s Day Vocabulary Flash Cards for Speech Therapy and Special Education

Valentine`s Day Vocabulary Flash Cards for Speech Therapy and Special Education

Valentine`s Day Vocabulary Flash Cards (6pages) for ESL, Speech Therapy, Autism, ABA The flash cards must be printed, laminated and cut out. They are great for learning vocabulary as well as for spelling and reading activities. It is a good resources for students with autism and special needs. The pages must be printed on photopaper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards: first set including only pictures and the second set including also picture names. The 18 cards include the following words: heart, candies, rose, chocolates, candles, bouquet, present, ring, cake, teddy bear, rose petals, cupid, arrow, love letter, balloons, Valentine card, lollipops, cookies.
angiesiddd