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Autism Visual Resource Kit! Over 300 Pieces! (Cards, Posters, Bonus Clip-Art!)

Autism Visual Resource Kit! Over 300 Pieces! (Cards, Posters, Bonus Clip-Art!)

With over 300 cards, colorful posters, coloring pages, and unique visuals, this Autism Visual Resource Kit will make your school life easier and your resource room brighter, bolder, and more accessible to your students. With years in the making, this kit is the culmination of my days spent assisting special education teachers and with populations on the autism spectrum. I decided it was time to develop a professional version of the same requests and visuals that impressed teachers, pleased parents, and delighted students. This kit is ideal for grades 4-9 (special education) and offers a variety of functions to meet the needs of a variety of students. With age appropriate visuals (featuring upper elementary, middle school kids, and teens), this resource was designed to make communication clearer for students with learning disabilities, ESL/ELL and language barriers, autism spectrum/nonverbal populations, and beyond. While it was designed with special ed./autism and school counseling in mind, many of the resources included in this bundle are also a great addition for general classrooms. This extensive kit includes... (300 dpi. png handouts and 2.5" cards in color). Classroom Posters (themes include general classroom reminders and expectations, behavior, diversity, anti-bullying, jobs, and daily changes) Coloring (for older students!) and Downtime Activities include coloring pages for older kids, blank bookmarks, blank game, blank rpg cards template, and more!) Student Rewards Cards (with visuals and rewards appropriate for students in upper elementary, middle school, and special ed. high school)! Test Accommodation Cards (discreetly remind students of upcoming tests and accommodations)! Teacher/Student Communication Cards (communicate with students over a variety of issues from break requests to fire drill alerts to behavior redirection) Emotions Cards (teach or communicate emotions using visuals of diverse upper elementary students)! Learning Styles Cards (use visuals to teach students (and staff!) about multiple intelligence theories. Includes Learning Styles scavenger hunt game!) Noise Levels Cards (play a Noise Level matching game or use visuals to demonstrate appropriate times and places for certain noise levels.)! School Supplies Cards (help teach students which supplies they need to be prepared and successful...or double as a teaching tool for ESL and nonverbal students!) Schedule and Subjects Cards (this extensive variety of visual schedule possibilities makes it easier for you and your students to foresee the day's coming attractions!) BONUS! Autism "People and Puzzles" Clip-Art for your own Products!!
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Student Self Advocacy Forms with some Visual Resources (8 Forms!)

Student Self Advocacy Forms with some Visual Resources (8 Forms!)

Help your students advocate for themselves with organized written letters and visuals. These forms (png, 300 dpi.) were designed to make student self-advocacy quick, painless, gentle, and maybe even fun! Help students advocate with alternate assignments, empower them with Learning Styles, and encourage them to share their emotions. Visuals are more appropriate for and feature children from upper elementary, middle school, and early high school. This set contains: Alternate Assignment Side A- Students can use visuals and a checklist to request a different type of assignment Alternate Assignment Side B-Helps students organize their thoughts and write about their proposal for an alternate assignment Confidential Note to Teacher-Helps organize students thoughts and provides them with an opportunity to let teachers know if they are having general trouble (and why) in a classroom and how to support them Student Advocacy Sheet- Similar to Confidential Note to Teacher, but deals more with a specific class project or assignment and provides student with an opportunity to explain to the teacher in advance that they may need extra support (and why). My Emotions- Students use a simple visual/checklist form to express how they feel without using any words. Planner Substitute- Left the planner at home? Use this quick sheet to get the information you need for the day. Learning Styles Survey Side A-Get to Know Me- Provides teachers with an opportunity to learn more about their students. Learning Styles Survey Side B-A visual checklist allows students to choose the Learning Styles that they feel represents them. (Color and Grayscale Provided)
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Special Education (Resource Room) Signs and Posters! 30+ Posters!

Special Education (Resource Room) Signs and Posters! 30+ Posters!

Ideal for special education but also a great fit for general classrooms, autism programs, ESL\ELL, and school counseling for upper elementary and middle school! Posters are in color, 8.5" X 11", 300 dpi. and png format. Great for special education teachers and school counselors! Many of these posters were created for teachers I've worked with in middle school settings. I've noticed teachers and teacher assistants often had to use their time and resources to create their own posters for themes that are not always available and for an age group with limited options. With this simple download, any teacher, anywhere, can have bold, colorful, posters with a clear message ready to be printed for their upper elementary and middle school classrooms. This Set Contains: 20 Behavior Mini-Posters (half -page posters depicting good character traits such as respect, honesty, politeness, and ambition). 3 Bullying Posters 6 Diversity Posters 14 General Posters (such as reminders to plug-in electronics, meeting signs, testing signs, etc.) 3 Prompt Posters (includes checklists to redirect students for dismissal, class prep, and end-of-day jobs) 6 Whiteboard Posters (to be laminated and taped on the board over or near your handwritten information such as jobs lists, homework assignments, etc.) Visual Cards Suggested Use and Tips For extra strength and durability, it is highly recommended that cards are laminated or glued to card stock. *redirect and remind students, for example, "what does the poster say?" "Check out the poster!" "Did you do everything mentioned on that poster?" *use Whiteboard Appropriate Illumismart Posters (such as Lunch Jobs, Class Jobs, Change in Schedule, Today's Homework) to direct students to written information (such as student names, changes in schedule, or homework assignment) * visually communicate with and teach nonverbal, struggling readers, some special ed. populations, and ESL/ELL students. *use Behavior Posters to create your own games and classroom activities. *use Behavior Posters to remind students about what certain values and good behavior examples look like.
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Growth Mindset Bookmarks - Wild Animal Theme

Growth Mindset Bookmarks - Wild Animal Theme

Encourage a growth mindset, reading, and achieving goals with this inspiring set of wild animal photo bookmarks. These bookmarks use real photos of animals to motivate students towards success in your classroom or library. Use the “Mini Marks” version like brag tags to encourage your students to reach for their goals. Included are 10 pages of bookmarks with photos of a giraffe, penguin, cheetah, monkey, gorilla, flamingo, owl, chimpanzee, and zebra. “Mini Mark” Bookmarks I absolutely love making mini versions of these bookmarks. They are adorable and kids love to collect them. The smaller size also makes a great tool for those who have trouble tracking words and keeping their place when reading. “Mini marks” can be used like brag tags in your classroom. Have students earn and collect them to show off great work, reading achievement, positive behaviors, growth mindset, and other goals Instructions for printing and assembling bookmarks along with ideas for use are included.
Tammys-Toolbox
Growth Mindset Bookmarks

Growth Mindset Bookmarks

Encourage a growth mindset, reading, and achieving goals with these motivating bookmarks. Use them to encourage perseverance and an “I can” attitude in your class or library. Use the “Mini Marks” version like brag tags to encourage your students to reach for their goals. Included are 13 pages of bookmarks with engaging graphics and words of encouragement. (Total of 52 bookmarks). “Mini Mark” Bookmarks I absolutely love making mini versions of these bookmarks. They are adorable and kids love to collect them. The smaller size also makes a great tool for those who have trouble tracking words and keeping their place when reading. “Mini marks” can be used like brag tags in your classroom. Have students earn and collect them to show off great work, reading achievement, positive behaviors, growth mindset, and other goals Instructions for printing and assembling bookmarks along with ideas for use are included.
Tammys-Toolbox
Special Education & Counseling Student Challenges Clip-Art! 28 pc!

Special Education & Counseling Student Challenges Clip-Art! 28 pc!

By teacher request! Images are ideal for special education and counseling themes, featuring diverse students facing different challenges in the school day! This set represents some issues that students with learning disabilities (such as autism, ADD, ADHD) may struggle with. Some examples include lonely student, anxiety, outburst, frustration, stress, socially awkward student and sound sensitivity. Set features 14 BW and 14 Color Images that are about 2" by 7", 300 png with transparent background. (Varies.) SAVE BIG! Check out the Special Education Clip-Art Bundle! OR Get the Special Education AND Emotional Bundle! OR CommUNITY Lifetime License! BEST VALUE YET! Past, Present, and Future of CommUNITY People Clip-Art! This set includes the following themes: Socially Awkward Lonely Stressed Frustrated Hyper Anxiety Distracted (2) Disorganized Outburst Sound Sensitivity Sleeping Student Bickering
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Emotional Mime

Emotional Mime

Students focus on the difficulty of understanding someone else's unexpressed emotions with a fun mime activity, then learn about good mental health and empathy by engaging in an empathy giving exercise. Includes hand-drawn image.
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DLS-College and Career Workbooks Bundle Pack

DLS-College and Career Workbooks Bundle Pack

Here is a cost-saving bundle pack to help walk your students through the skills needed to manage a career or post-secondary education. WHO AM I? COLLEGE AND CAREER—This book allows students to examine their IEP’s, advocate for themselves, analyze their learning styles and explore job aptitude. (Pgs. 44) GETTING A PAYCHECK—Students explore time sheets, gross and net pay, types of deductions, employer expectations, and budgeting. (Pgs. 60) TIME MANAGEMENT—Learn what kind of time manager they are, why they procrastinate, methods to overcome, prioritizing, how to stop worrying and more. (Pgs. 53) MANAGING STRESS—Learn the difference between good/bad stress, the benefits of good stress, four major methods of coping with “bad” stress, 50 ways to de-stress and more. (Pgs. 58) DRESS FOR SUCCESS—Looks at basic hygiene, ideas on bathroom organization, hints on organizing time/supplies for easy dressing, (also business attire and “appropriate” dress), clothes storage, hanger use, etc.—(Pgs. 41) TRANSPORTATION—You can’t have a job if you can’t get to it. Learn about the highway grid and finding your way, public bus and train services, how to study for a driver’s license, bicycle safety, police etiquette, road rage and emergency road equipment. (Pgs. 46) Like all Daily Living Skills workbooks, this series is written on a high third/low fourth grade level and targeted to the mild-to-moderate population (although, you’ll see in the ratings, many teachers of students with moderate-to-severe disabilities have used the program successfully.) All vocabulary is defined immediately in context so students build confidence in the information. Pages are light and airy with lots of bullet-points and pictures, and are set with a tone that is friendly, yet respects the sensibilities of this age group. Every book contains an answer key and Parent Letter explaining what transition skills you are addressing along with suggestions for parent follow-up at home in compliance with federal mandates. Lessons can easily be used in a “buy today/use today” fashion with no training and little preparation. Or, if you are a newer teacher or new to special education, the DAILY LIVING SKILLS TEACHERS MANUAL gives information on classroom organization and program set-up along with Indicator 13 support and a variety of written ITP goals for each workbook. (You do not need to buy the Teacher’s Manual—it is offered at the request of some teachers.) Like all the other bundle packs, you can save 10% or more by purchasing books in bundles. If you are unfamiliar with the series, please download our free sample, "Doing Laundry" on this site to see the format and tone used in all the books in this series or preview pages on the individual titles of each book which are also offered on this site.
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Special Education, Characteristics of Special Needs 3D Animated PowerPoint

Special Education, Characteristics of Special Needs 3D Animated PowerPoint

For you teachers, parents, and administrators who work hard to identify, manage, and teach characteristics of special needs this is the PowerPoint you will definitely want. This PowerPoint is similar to a knowledge organizer which is extremely visual and engaging. It will allow you to transmit your own personal and professional experience and the appropriate knowledge so that you’re teaching recipients can ascertain the value of your discipline. This PowerPoint contains over 100 slides covering all areas of special education. Each slide is visually engaging and interactive which will keep your audience entertained. This PowerPoint can be printed out as a handbook as well. This is a great tool and artifact to keep in your classroom for an immediate reference. This giant PowerPoint encompasses a wide spectrum of information. The following is what is covered in this PowerPoint. -INCLUSIVE EDUCATION -PROFESSIONAL AND HOMESCHOOL COLLABORATION -IDENTIFYING AND PROGRAMMING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS -MANAGING AND DIFFERENTIATING CLASSROOMS -TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES -EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS -TEACHING STUDENTS WITH INTELLECUTAL DISORDERS -TEACHING STUDENTS WITH ADHD -TEACHING STUDENTS AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS -TEACHING STUDETNS WITH SENSORY IMPARIMENTS -STUDENTS WITH SPEECH/LANGUAGE DISORDERS -TEACHING GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS Please take the time to download the preview so you can see how interactive each slide runs. I spent over 100 hours putting this PowerPoint together so you can enhance your instruction to engage your audience and accomodate students with special needs. I always appreciate comments and welcome you to follow me so I can keep creating products that are suited to your teaching style.
Taylaj42
Emotional Well-being

Emotional Well-being

A unit of 8 x 1 hour long, fully resourced PSHE lessons with a focus on emotional well-being, the issues we need to manage and how we can maintain an emotionally healthy attitude and lifestyle. Variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Differentiated to 3 levels Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Credit to BBC/TED/ITV/Channel4 for suggested clip links Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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DLS Managing Stress Workbook-Daily Living Skills

DLS Managing Stress Workbook-Daily Living Skills

Managing Stress is part of Susan Traugh’s 15-volume Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence. Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible. Lessons in Daily Living Skills--Managing Stress include: What is Stress? Good Stress/Bad Stress; Symptoms of Stress; 50 Ways to De-Stress; How to Handle Stress; Healthy Lifestyle Choices; Exercise Zaps Stress; Relaxation Techniques; Cognitive Distortions; Containing Worry; Connecting: Resources and When to Get Help. Also included are Parent Verification Letters, answer key and grading sheet. A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry. Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Who Am I?, Cleaning House, Doing Laundry, Dress for Success, Kitchen Basics, Nutrition, Grocery Shopping, Making Meals, Paying Bills, Staying Healthy, Time Management, Transportation, Everyday Manners, Fair Fighting and Stress Management
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