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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 magnetic or not magnetic for SEN, Reception and Early years.

Science magnetic or not magnetic for SEN, Reception and Early years.

3 worksheets for Science to discover magnetic and not magnetic items. Great to reinforce learning, use prediction and observation to record children's understanding and learning. Includes a fourth worksheet for higher ability level students to record findings by answering some simple questions, recapping their observations. Uses photographic items and clear pictures for items that are magnetic or not magnetic to enable easy recording. Get students to cut out and stick items, then record if they think it will be magnetic or not magnetic. Give them the items and a magnet and allow them to explore if their predictions were correct. For higher level students- encourage them to identify more obscure items, then predict if it will be magnetic or not magnetic, then allow them to discover if they were correct.
smidgealot
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
Geography Weather Chart (prediction and observation) SEN, Reception and Early Years

Geography Weather Chart (prediction and observation) SEN, Reception and Early Years

Use the chart to record the weather for 6 weeks. For lower ability levels- includes pictures of sunshine, clouds, snow, rain, storm, fog, frost, rainbow, and wind to help with understanding. For higher ability levels- space to write the weather they can see and allows them to predict what they think the weather will be next week. Children could also take their own photos of the weather and stick them on the chart. A clip from BBC weather showing the latest weather forecast could be shown during the lesson, and children could be encouraged to look at different areas of the UK or another country to compare the weather in different regions.
smidgealot