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Emotions sentence building - writing using colourful semantics

Emotions sentence building - writing using colourful semantics

Develop writing and composition skills, by building sentences to say what people are feeling. 3 levels of worksheets: Level 1: 1 key word sentence - What emotion? (e.g “sad”) Level 2: 2 Key word sentence .- who? + what emotion? (e.g "the boy is sad" Level 3: 3 Key work sentence - who? + what doing + what emotion? (e.g “The boy is feeling sad” 4 picture cards at each level 32 picture cards in total. Full colour and white background worksheets and symbols. Worksheets are accessible for writers and non-writers Includes information on how to use the Colourful Semantics system.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
ASD Training Activities

ASD Training Activities

3 interactive ASD awareness activities Training resource for SEND teachers and TAs Ideal for mainstream and special schools Activities can be used to promote discussion about how pupils with ASD experience the world
Jrobinson384
ASD Training powerpoint

ASD Training powerpoint

SEND teachers and support staff training resource ASD TEACCH characteristics & practical strategies powerpoint Ideal for mainstream and special schools Powerpoint can be used to promote discussion of strategies prior to sharing identified strategies.
Jrobinson384
Red Riding Hood by Roald Dahl

Red Riding Hood by Roald Dahl

This version of Red Riding Hood comes from Revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl. The Smart notebook has the poem which includes visual images. This resources was created for students with special needs, but can be used with primary students. The Red Riding Hood Poem is also given as a word document in A3 and A4 versions and as a PowerPoint.
pearp
Australian Money: Buying Clothes for Ed Sheeran!

Australian Money: Buying Clothes for Ed Sheeran!

Buy Clothes for Ed Sheeran - Students can develop their money recognition skills and using money to buy clothes for Ed with these activities. It is the equivalent of the old class shop, but revamped to be motivating using technology. It was designed for Secondary students with special needs, but can be easily used for all students. It is an age appropriate Money Math activity for secondary students, where they are motivated to purchase clothes for Ed. Once dressed they can listen to one of his songs using Youtube. There are a number of matching the monies used in the activity. There is a hard copy version plus a money visual symbol board to use to support student learning. There are is an accompanying worksheet in A4 or A3 size to print.
pearp
Music SEN sensory lesson - rain

Music SEN sensory lesson - rain

This lesson has been designed to help sen students engage in music lessons. Students are able to make choices within the lesson and encouraged to try a number of different instruments and be able to identify and play the music fast and slow. This lesson has been designed for ASD students however can be used for a number of different SEN needs.
AlbanyChatt
sow for  SEN Music sensory lessons

sow for SEN Music sensory lessons

Music sensory lessons set to engage students will a wide range of SEN needs. This SOW is set to help students not only enjoy music but to be able to try a wide range of different instruments, make their own instruments and to also be given the opportunity to have input into their sessions and give feedback on the music that they are producing and listening to.
AlbanyChatt
"This or That" Choice Card

"This or That" Choice Card

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -”This or That” card, pictured above; roughly 3.5 by 7 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed, -Over 200 pictures of common activities in the home and school setting (in PDF format and 1.5 by 1.5 inches each with 20 pictures to a page) *Picture categories include common home activities, school activities, food/snack items, calming activities, and toys/reinforcing items ►How to Use◄ Giving children choices makes them feel like they have control and power over what they do. Although some children easily go along with teacher or parent directives, others need to feel that they have some control over their activities. Allowing children to make their own choices is a skill that they will need to acquire as they grow. This visual prompt assists in doing just that through the use of simple, concrete pictures of activities and task choices. It is especially helpful for stubborn students or children who engage in rigid behaviors. Simply select two task pictures included in the instant download (for example; art or music, wash dishes or take out the trash, recess or center time, etc.) and allow your student to select which one they’d like to complete first. This card can also be adapted for use in the home environment. It is compact enough to transport in your purse in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings. This card is especially helpful when performing activities of daily living in the community that are difficult for your child, such as going to the grocery store or running errands. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Behavior Bucks Classroom Management Game (Token Economy)

Behavior Bucks Classroom Management Game (Token Economy)

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -All 3 denominations ($1, 5, and 10) of behavior bucks displayed in the thumbnail -Reinforcement chart that serves as a visual to remind children what they are working towards *Behavior Bucks are roughly 2 by 4.5 inches each, with 6 behavior bucks to a page. Reinforcement chart is 8.5 by 11 inches. Both files are 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ This game helps to remind students that working hard, listening to the teacher, and behaving appropriately are things that should be rewarded. Children perform better on tasks whenever an incentive is provided, which is where this product comes in! The gist is this: Good behavior is rewarded with behavior bucks. Behavior bucks can be traded for access to a variety of rewards (including activities or inexpensive items) in return for good behavior. This game can be suited for any of your classroom management needs! The rewards are completely up to you! Tangibles (like pieces of candy or access to computer games) or activities (such as being the classroom leader, or being able to sit next to a friend), can be used with this game. Rewards will be most reinforcing when tailored towards individual student preferences. (See the Reward Survey in my shop if you’d like to purchase a survey that identifies what is most reinforcing to each of your students for $1)! Reward good behaviors with behavior bucks more frequently when first implementing this game into your classroom routine. As your students become familiar with the game, you can stretch the amount of time between delivery of behavior bucks for good behaviors or increase the amount of behavior bucks needed in order for students to receive rewards. This product can be adapted to suit academic needs as well, such as homework or worksheet completion (for example, the child receives one behavior buck per 5 math problems completed, or one behavior buck per correct spelling word), or remaining actively engaged during instructional time (for example, one behavior buck each time a child participates in a discussion or remains attentive to the teacher during a lesson). ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
The Waiting Game (Self-Control/Turn-Taking Visual)

The Waiting Game (Self-Control/Turn-Taking Visual)

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -”The Waiting Game” card, pictured above (8.5 by 11 inches), -Semi-transparent Clocks sheet, pictured above (8.5 by 11 inches) *Both files are 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed! ►How to Use◄ Younger children and children with ADHD experience significant difficulty with blurting out and waiting their turn to participate in an activity or conversation. Although frustrating, it is important to remember that they are not doing it on purpose. Impulse-control problems can be mostly neurological in nature (i.e. children with ADHD often have lower levels of dopamine, which can lead them to reflexively respond to their environment by disregarding the social norms of waiting their turn. Younger children also have difficulty taking turns because they have not properly developed the impulse control skills that come as they mature). Reminding children to stop interrupting using verbal means in front of the entire class can be embarrassing to a child with ADHD or impulse-control issues. This visual prompt serves as a reminder by using simple, concrete pictures in a discrete way. Simply display this visual to your child or student and explain to them that you would love to hear their input and have them participate in activities with the group; however, it is important that everyone gets the opportunity to participate. Hand your child or student three of the semi-transparent clocks included in this digital download and instruct them to place a clock in the corresponding position on the Waiting Game Card each time a friend/peer provides an answer. After three peers have engaged in the activity or conversation, your student is now able to engage as well! In order to reinforce The Waiting Game even more, it may be helpful to reward your child or student each time they wait the appropriate amount of turns. Once they have become accustomed to The Waiting Game, you can fade the rewards slowly. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Phonics: Window Words - vowel digraphs

Phonics: Window Words - vowel digraphs

Set of 5 window word books to learn vowel digraphs. Spell words by adding beginning and end sounds to each vowel digraph. Students consolidate their understand of digraphs by having them represented as one unit in the word. Each book includes 8 pages + answer page. Book sets: ai ea ee oo oa Answer page doubles as lower level matching vocabulary sheet. Pages include instructions on how to put the books together.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Data Collection and Data Handling Practical

Data Collection and Data Handling Practical

Survey to find the cost people with pay for a Bacon Sandwich followed by 3 activities to create a pictogram, scatter graph and a bar graph. Because I work in a special school we have been able to make and sell bacon sandwiches which has been motivating for pupils.
twewilletts
Jabberwocky

Jabberwocky

A selection of resources for a lesson or lessons about the poem Jabberwocky. I ask students to find 10 nonsense words in the poem. Use the planning sheet to help them design monster. Write a description of their monster. Write a story of poem about their monster using some words they have made up, or made up words from the poem. Here you may need to spend some time deciding what these words mean. Finally an activity on non-fiction writing to support pupils to include titles, sub-titles, captions and to write in paragraphs. Use the example about Komodo dragons to spot these features. Use the information about Swordfish (easier) and Ichthyosaurus (harder as headings are not included and the information is not in order) or your own research to write your own non-fiction article about a real life monster.
twewilletts
Electrical Hazard  Activity. Year 7 + lots of differentation and activities. Created for lesson ob

Electrical Hazard Activity. Year 7 + lots of differentation and activities. Created for lesson ob

Love this lesson - Planning includes differentiation suitable for mixed abilities. PowerPoint includes visuals to support understanding. Informative and meaningful lesson. Includes: Lesson plan PowerPoint - informative with whole class activity Fill in the missing the word - electrical hazard activity Spot the electrical hazard activity I also set up an area with real hazards, surprised to see how students can spot hazards in a classroom, but not in a real life scenario. Received - excellent for my lesson observation. Easy to adapt for your students…
jasmine1002003
Voice-ometer Visual  (thermometer)

Voice-ometer Visual (thermometer)

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive the thermometer visual pictured above (product is roughly 1.5 by 4 inches and is 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed) ►How to Use◄ Do you have a student in your class who struggles with controlling the volume of his or her voice? This product is designed to help them keep their voices at an appropriate level when engaged in various activities throughout the school day. This visual is small enough to place on the edge of a students desk or carried around throughout the school day. It can be used when students talk too softly or too loudly. Each voice level has a description paired with a number for ease of use. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Voice Level Visuals [Individual and Classroom]

Voice Level Visuals [Individual and Classroom]

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -A Classwide Voice Level printable ( 8.5 by 11 inches) -An Individual Voice Level printable (6 by 8 inches) *Each file is 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Do your students struggle with controlling the volume of their voices? This product is designed to help them keep their voices at an appropriate level when engaged in various activities throughout the school day. This visual can be displayed at the classwide level as a reminder to all students. It can also be used with individual students whose voice level is a behavior that needs to be addressed. Each voice level has a description paired with a number for ease of use. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Nonverbal Cues Watercolor Cards

Nonverbal Cues Watercolor Cards

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -6 watercolor cards, pictured above *Each watercolor circle is roughly 4 by 4 inches in size and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Is your class teeming with overly zealous communicators? Or perhaps students who have difficulty communicating at all? Then these nonverbal communication cards are for you! Children who have difficulty with blurting out responses or constant questions can be taught to use these cards when the need arises. On the opposite end of the spectrum, children who experience social anxiety, selective mutism, or children who have difficulties communicating can also benefit from the implementation of these cards! Simply print and cut out the cards. Cards can be laminated; however, this is not a necessary. Cards can be hole punched and put on a metal ring for students to flip through, or placed individually at the edge of their desks and held up when needed. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Interactive Behavior Contracts

Interactive Behavior Contracts

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -5 fill-in-the-blank worksheets for students to choose a replacement behavior and reward to work for (in PDF format) ►How to Use◄ A behavior contract is a simple behavior management tool which utilizes positive reinforcement. Simply put, a behavior contract pairs positive behaviors that you would like to see your student perform with rewards that he or she can obtain when they engage in the positive behavior. A few tips on implementation: The positive behavior listed on the behavior contract should take the place of a negative behavior being exhibited by your student, and be stated in positive, goal-oriented terms. For example, a replacement behavior for students who have difficulties talking out of turn could be “I will raise my hand when I need to say something” instead of “I will not talk out of turn.” A replacement behavior for a student who engages in aggressive behaviors towards his or her peers could be “I will keep my hands to myself” instead of “I will not hit or pinch others.” Although the teacher should decide which specific behaviors to select for the behavior contract, allowing your student to offer his or her input regarding the rewards established by the contract will make the student more likely to abide by the terms of the behavior contract. If students do not abide by the terms in the contract, it could be that they did not play a big enough role in the creation of it. Picking an individualized reinforcement that incentivizes your student to engage in appropriate behaviors is key. A reinforcement survey, which can be purchased for $1.00 in my shop, is often helpful to determine what is most reinforcing for each of your students. Allow your students to color a single picture or move objects along a path each time they engage in the predetermined appropriate behavior. Every child will react differently to reward systems. Some children need very little incentive to perform appropriate behaviors, while others will need rewards delivered at a very frequent rate in order to alter maladaptive behaviors. When the latter is the case, teachers can alter the contract terms to make the goals easier to obtain. By doing this, students can obtain their rewards at a faster, more frequent rate. Once they demonstrate that they can consistently engage in the appropriate behavior, teachers can gradually increase the complexity of the replacement behavior or reduce the rate of reward delivery. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Reward Survey

Reward Survey

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -A 2 page reinforcement survey (in PDF format) -A scoring key for teachers including directions for interpreting answers (also in PDF format) ►How to Use◄ Have you noticed that some of your students do not respond to even the coolest, most unique classroom rewards? That’s because what’s reinforcing to some children may not always be reinforcing to others. This is what makes every child unique, and also why a reinforcement survey comes in handy. A reinforcement survey can provide valuable insight regarding what type of rewards and incentives your students prefer by allowing each child to give you direct feedback from their own perspective. These surveys are simple to administer and interpret, but the data it provides is invaluable. Ultimately, a reinforcement survey serves the purpose of assisting you when you need to know what motivates a student, what kind of rewards they prefer, and what they will be likely to work for! This reinforcement survey can be used with your entire class at the beginning of the year in order to get to know your students,’ as well as for the creation of a classwide incentive system. Reinforcement surveys can also be used with specific students who may be exhibiting problem behaviors to determine what a student wants to earn in order to increase appropriate classroom behaviors or develop a behavior plan. Simply have students complete the survey and then interpret their answers using the scoring key provided in this download. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Visual Schedule Bundle [Pastel and Bold]

Visual Schedule Bundle [Pastel and Bold]

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -Both color variations (Pastel and Bold) of the Visual Schedule, pictured above (roughly 6 x 10 inches), **$2.00 cheaper than purchasing each product separately -Over 250 common activities/tasks/objects found in the home and school setting (in PDF format and 1.5 x 1.5 inches with 20 pictures to a page) *Products are 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Struggling to get your child to comply to even the simplest requests, such as getting dressed in the morning or eating all of their dinner in the evening? Then this product is for you! Children of all ages who have difficulty completing tasks will benefit from this daily routine visual schedule. This visual prompt aids in keeping your child or student on task and behaving appropriately by providing them with simple, concrete reminders of the next task they will be required to complete. It is helpful for children who struggle with attention and hyperactivity, as well as children on the autism spectrum who struggle with rigidity and changes to their routine. Use the pictures provided in this download to map out your child’s schedule by cutting the individual pictures out, placing velcro on the back of each of them, and placing the pictures on the board, based on your child’s routine. Once a task is completed, allow your child to remove the picture from the board. Do this until each task has been completed. This visual schedule can be adapted for use in the home and school environment. It is roughly the same size as an iPad, so it is compact enough to transport in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings, such as going to the grocery store or running errands. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Pastel Daily Visual Schedule [iPad Theme]

Pastel Daily Visual Schedule [iPad Theme]

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -Pastel Visual Schedule, pictured above (roughly 6 x 10 inches), -Over 250 common activities/tasks/objects found in the home and school setting (in PDF format and 1.5 x 1.5 inches with 20 pictures to a page) *Product is 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Struggling to get your child to comply to even the simplest requests, such as getting dressed in the morning or eating all of their dinner in the evening? Then this product is for you! Children of all ages who have difficulty completing tasks will benefit from this daily routine visual schedule. This visual prompt aids in keeping your child or student on task and behaving appropriately by providing them with simple, concrete reminders of the next task they will be required to complete. It is helpful for children who struggle with attention and hyperactivity, as well as children on the autism spectrum who struggle with rigidity and changes to their routine. Use the pictures provided in this download to map out your child’s schedule by cutting the individual pictures out, placing velcro on the back of each of them, and placing the pictures on the board, based on your child’s routine. Once a task is completed, allow your child to remove the picture from the board. Do this until each task has been completed. This visual schedule can be adapted for use in the home and school environment. It is roughly the same size as an iPad, so it is compact enough to transport in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings, such as going to the grocery store or running errands. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Daily Visual Schedule [iPad Theme]

Daily Visual Schedule [iPad Theme]

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -Visual Schedule, pictured above (roughly 6 x 10 inches), -Over 250 common activities/tasks/objects found in the home and school setting (in PDF format and 1.5 x 1.5 inches with 20 pictures to a page) *Product is 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Struggling to get your child to comply to even the simplest requests, such as getting dressed in the morning or eating all of their dinner in the evening? Then this product is for you! Children of all ages who have difficulty completing tasks will benefit from this daily routine visual schedule. This visual prompt aids in keeping your child or student on task and behaving appropriately by providing them with simple, concrete reminders of the next task they will be required to complete. It is helpful for children who struggle with attention and hyperactivity, as well as children on the autism spectrum who struggle with rigidity and changes to their routine. Use the pictures provided in this download to map out your child’s schedule by cutting the individual pictures out, placing velcro on the back of each of them, and placing the pictures on the board, based on your child’s routine. Once a task is completed, allow your child to remove the picture from the board. Do this until each task has been completed. This visual schedule can be adapted for use in the home and school environment. It is roughly the same size as an iPad, so it is compact enough to transport in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings, such as going to the grocery store or running errands. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Picture Communication Exchange

Picture Communication Exchange

►What’s Included?◄ Common items from the following categories are included in this purchase: -Food Menu ( 40 items included) -Snack Menu (20 items included) -Toys/Reinforcements (60 items included) -School Activities and Objects (100 items included) -Home Activities (80 items included) -Feelings/People (40 items included) -Requests/Actions (40 items included) -Popular Holidays (20 items included) -Body Parts (20 items included) -Calming Activities (20 items included) *Pictures are available for download in PDF format and are each 1.5 x 1.5 inches with 20 pictures to a page. Product is 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ A picture communication system is an alternative form of communication utilized by children with speech delays/impairments, as well as children on the autism spectrum, and children who struggle to convey their needs and wants. There is vast data to support the use of picture exchange systems as a means of facilitating future verbal communication. Additionally, the exchange of pictures is often preferred over sign language because pictures are universal, whereas sign language can only be used as a form of communication between two parties who understand sign. Once files are printed, cut them into individual pictures, and place velcro on the back of each picture. Use in conjunction with a binder and Velcro strip to allow your child to create sentences with the pictures. If you do not wish to add velcro to this product, simply allow children to select from the array of pictures, based on their needs, and hand you the individual card. This product can be used in conjunction with the other products in my shop. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Break Cards and Tokens

Break Cards and Tokens

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -All three variations of the break cards (three breaks, five breaks, and ten breaks) in both pink and blue colors (six break boards total) -1.5 x 1.5 inch watercolor tokens in various colors to be used in conjunction with the break cards *Break cards are roughly 8 by 4 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Finally, a productive way to deal with your child or student’s short attention span! Children who have difficulty expressing themselves or completing tasks often require assistance in the form of visual prompts. These visual prompts aid in keeping your child or student on task and behaving appropriately by providing them with simple, concrete reminders. Break cards are particularly helpful for students who struggle to maintain attention to tasks. Select a predetermined amount of time that your student or child needs to engage in a task before they can take a break. As soon as the time is up, allow them to take a break. Once the child takes a break, one token is removed from the break card. When all tokens have been removed, no more breaks can be taken. These cards can also be adapted for use in the home environment. They are compact enough to transport in your purse in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Calm Card and Calming Pictures

Calm Card and Calming Pictures

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -Calm Card, pictured above ( roughly 8.75 by 5.5 inches), -20 calming pictures (in PDF format and 1.5 by 1.5 inches with 20 pictures to a page) *Product is 240 pixels per inch ( ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Are temper tantrums and sensory meltdowns making even the most mundane tasks a headache? Fret no more! Children who have difficulty expressing themselves or completing tasks often require assistance in the form of visual prompts. These visual prompts aid in keeping your child or student on task and behaving appropriately by providing them with simple, concrete reminders. Calm cards are helpful for children who struggle to maintain control of their emotions. They are particularly helpful for children with sensory processing disorders or emotional disorders. Allow your child or student to select up to three calming activities from the pictures provided in this download. When sensory breaks are needed, allow the child to engage in the predetermined calming activities. This card can also be adapted for use in the home environment. It is compact enough to transport in your purse in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
First-Then Cards and Pictures

First-Then Cards and Pictures

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -First-Then” card (roughly 8 by 4 inches), -First-Next-Then" card (roughly 10 by 4 inches), -Over 250 pictures of common activities in the home and school setting (in PDF format and 2 by 2 inches each with 20 pictures to a page) *Both cards are 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ “FIRST purchase this simple product, THEN watch as your compliance rates skyrocket!” This visual aids in keeping your child or student on task and behaving appropriately by providing them with simple, concrete reminders. First/Then cards are helpful for all students, but especially students who perform better when frequent reinforcement is required. Simply provide the prompt, "First we will _______________ (first task), next we will _______________ (second task), and then you can ____________ (reward). Pair this verbal prompt with the pictures provided in this download, or incorporate your own! This card can also be adapted for use in the home environment. It is compact enough to transport in your purse in order to assist in generalizing behavior across multiple settings. The First/Then card is especially helpful when performing activities of daily living in the community that are difficult for your child, such as going to the grocery store or running errands. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Smartphone Behavior Chart BUNDLE (Pastel and Bold Colors)

Smartphone Behavior Chart BUNDLE (Pastel and Bold Colors)

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -Both color variations (Pastel and Bold) of the above Smartphone printables, which are roughly 8 x 8 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. **$2.00 cheaper than buying each product separately! ►How to Use◄ Finally, a redesign (and more personalized version) of the most popular classwide behavior intervention used by teachers today! The gist is this: Start the day with your child or student’s token/clothespin/clip on the green area of the chart. Throughout the day, when your child or student makes a good decision in the home or classroom, instruct them to move their token/clip up the chart. When bad decisions are made, they move their token/clip down the chart. This visual allows the child to self-monitor his or her own behaviors. It is a particularly effective intervention when reinforced with rewards. For example, if you end the day in the purple or green area of the chart, you get a sticker or piece of candy. This intervention can be used throughout the whole day, but it is also effective for shorter durations or transitions. A common example for parents: if your child has difficulty following their bedtime routine, you can implement the chart at the start of the evening and offer a reinforcement right before bed if they end the night on the green or purple area of the chart. A common example for teachers: if your students struggle with a less preferred activity, such as large group instructional time, you can implement the behavior chart at the beginning of instructional time and rewards all students who end instructional time with their tokens in the green or purple areas of their charts. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
chelsi_perry
Pastel Smartphone Behavior Chart

Pastel Smartphone Behavior Chart

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -the above Smartphone printable, which is roughly 8 x 8 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Finally, a redesign (and more personalized version) of the most popular classwide behavior intervention used by teachers today! The gist is this: Start the day with your child or student’s token/clothespin/clip on the green area of the chart. Throughout the day, when your child or student makes a good decision in the home or classroom, instruct them to move their token/clip up the chart. When bad decisions are made, they move their token/clip down the chart. This visual allows the child to self-monitor his or her own behaviors. It is a particularly effective intervention when reinforced with rewards. For example, if you end the day in the purple or green area of the chart, you get a sticker or piece of candy. This intervention can be used throughout the whole day, but it is also effective for shorter durations or transitions. A common example for parents: if your child has difficulty following their bedtime routine, you can implement the chart at the start of the evening and offer a reinforcement right before bed if they end the night on the green or purple area of the chart. A common example for teachers: if your students struggle with a less preferred activity, such as large group instructional time, you can implement the behavior chart at the beginning of instructional time and rewards all students who end instructional time with their tokens in the green or purple areas of their charts. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
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Smartphone Behavior Chart

Smartphone Behavior Chart

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -the above Smartphone printable, which is roughly 8 x 8 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Finally, a redesign (and more personalized version) of the most popular classwide behavior intervention used by teachers today! The gist is this: Start the day with your child or student’s token/clothespin/clip on the green area of the chart. Throughout the day, when your child or student makes a good decision in the home or classroom, instruct them to move their token/clip up the chart. When bad decisions are made, they move their token/clip down the chart. This visual allows the child to self-monitor his or her own behaviors. It is a particularly effective intervention when reinforced with rewards. For example, if you end the day in the purple or green area of the chart, you get a sticker or piece of candy. This intervention can be used throughout the whole day, but it is also effective for shorter durations or transitions. A common example for parents: if your child has difficulty following their bedtime routine, you can implement the chart at the start of the evening and offer a reinforcement right before bed if they end the night on the green or purple area of the chart. A common example for teachers: if your students struggle with a less preferred activity, such as large group instructional time, you can implement the behavior chart at the beginning of instructional time and rewards all students who end instructional time with their tokens in the green or purple areas of their charts. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
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My Behavior is Super! Token System

My Behavior is Super! Token System

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -Both color variations displayed in the thumbnail, -1.5 by 1.5 inch “Wow!” tokens in various colors, -And 60 pictures of reinforcing toys/activities to work for (in PDF format with 20 pictures to a page) *Superhero prints are roughly 6 x 6 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Do you find yourself repeating the same request three or four times before your child or student complies? Fret no more! Children perform better on tasks whenever an incentive is provided, which is where this product comes in! The gist is this: tokens can be traded for access to a variety of rewards (including activities or inexpensive items) in return for good behavior. Allow your child or student to assist in selecting a reward. This allows for optimal reinforcement, and will also facilitate the development of self-monitoring behaviors. Reward good behaviors more frequently when first implementing this product into your daily routine. As your child becomes familiar with the process of the token system, you can stretch the amount of time between delivery of tokens for good behaviors. This product can be adapted to suit any need. For example, a child who struggles to complete their nightly routine can use the token system while performing each step of this routine (one token for taking a bath, one for putting on their pajamas, and one for brushing their teeth). It can also be used for academic routines, such as homework completion (for example, the child receives one token per 5 math problems completed, or one token per correct spelling word). For children with special needs, such as Autism, this token system can be used to facilitate communication or peer interaction (for example, earning a token when making appropriate eye contact or when using appropriate verbal and non-verbal communication). For children with ADHD or inattentive behaviors, tokens can be provided when they remain seating or focused during instructional time for a pre-decided amount of time. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
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Color Me Compliant! Token System

Color Me Compliant! Token System

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive: -All four color variations displayed in the thumbnail, -1.5 x 1.5 inch watercolor tokens in various colors, -And 60 pictures of reinforcing toys/activities to work for (in PDF format with 20 pictures to a page) *Product is roughly 6.9 x 3.5 inches and 300 pixels per inch (ppi), ensuring crisp quality when printed. ►How to Use◄ Do you find yourself repeating the same request three or four times before your child or student complies? Fret no more! Children perform better on tasks whenever an incentive is provided, which is where this product comes in! The gist is this: tokens can be traded for access to a variety of rewards (including activities or inexpensive items) in return for good behavior. Allow your child or student to assist in selecting a reward. This allows for optimal reinforcement, and will also facilitate the development of self-monitoring behaviors. Reward good behaviors more frequently when first implementing this product into your daily routine. As your child becomes familiar with the process of the token system, you can stretch the amount of time between delivery of tokens for good behaviors. This product can be adapted to suit any need. For example, a child who struggles to complete their nightly routine can use the token system while performing each step of this routine (one token for taking a bath, one for putting on their pajamas, and one for brushing their teeth). It can also be used for academic routines, such as homework completion (for example, the child receives one token per 5 math problems completed, or one token per correct spelling word). For children with special needs, such as Autism, this token system can be used to facilitate communication or peer interaction (for example, earning a token when making appropriate eye contact or when using appropriate verbal and non-verbal communication). For children with ADHD or inattentive behaviors, tokens can be provided when they remain seating or focused during instructional time for a pre-decided amount of time. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
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Behavior Calendar

Behavior Calendar

►What’s Included?◄ You will receive a behavior calendar (in PDF format), which can be reproduced for all of the students in your class. Only one calendar is needed for the entire school year. ►How to Use◄ A behavior calendar is a behavior tracking tool that offers an alternative to the time-intensive behavior charts that are commonly utilized in classrooms today. A few factors that make this behavior calendar so practical include: -This calendar provides a list of inappropriate behaviors and common locations, as well as a key for each of these items, allowing you to quickly and efficiently track the behaviors of each of your students. -Behavior charts that utilize a color system to indicate inappropriate behaviors (for example, a green color indicates “great” behavior, yellow indicates “needs improvement,” and red indicates “bad” behavior) often do not provide enough details regarding behaviors that need improvement. Younger children may forget or be unwilling to tell their parents exactly what negative behaviors they engaged in when only a color or vague description is provided. This behavior calendar provides specific feedback to parents and children, which allows more efficient communication between parents and teachers. Additionally, it provides more detailed RTI data for teachers regarding students who engage in frequent inappropriate behaviors and the locations that those behaviors commonly occur. -If a clip-down or color system is utilized to track behaviors, this calendar can be adapted to include this data. Teachers can allow students to fill in their color at the end of the day, in addition to the details provided by the calendar key. -Because this calendar is labeled by weeks instead of months, teachers only need to print one sheet and make enough copies for each of their students to last the entire school year. This eliminates the hassle of printing out a different calendar each month. ► Terms of Use ◄ This artwork is copyrighted by Roots To Growth. This purchase is strictly for non-commercial use only. You may print and use in your home, business, or public place but may not resell, reproduce, distribute by electronic means or profit in any way from the design. Unlimited amount of copies can be made for your personal use.
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About me board game for SEN

About me board game for SEN

A really simple board game I’ve used with SEN classes, uses widget symbols to aid understanding. Can be used as a transition activity for 2 students to get to know each other or to build social skills in asking questions and listening to the answers.
SophieLR12
Animal bingo

Animal bingo

I’ve adapted a resource that I found on here and made 8 different animal bingo sheets, originally for a small SEN class. Includes pics of the animals to hold up as well as saying them.
SophieLR12
Wimbledon Fun

Wimbledon Fun

Wimbledon 2018 Tennis colouring sheets and bunting. Help fill a session or use for a themed party. Print them out colour in or decorate how you want and then cut out the bunting and stick to ribbon or string.
ianhjoy