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Practical Planning Scaffold

Practical Planning Scaffold

A planning scaffold aimed at lower ability / SEN pupils to support with demonstrating the practical skills and thinking skills required in the new science national curriculum. Can be easily adapted to meet needs of higher attaining pupils.
Iian
Exploring Chemistry in SEND Schools

Exploring Chemistry in SEND Schools

Six hands-on sensory chemistry lessons for pupils with special needs. Funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry Outreach Fund. These lessons have been developed by an award-winning science specialist, side-by-side with pupils and staff in KS2 and KS3 classes at mixed ability special needs schools. They contain differentiation for use within the class and enough information to give confidence even if you are not scientifically trained. The differentiated nature of the lessons also makes them ideal for use in small mainstream schools with mixed key stage classes. Each lesson plan includes Aims, key vocabulary, shopping list, activity "script"
SarahBearchell
SPECIAL EDUCATION - LITERACY SKILLS (2) - WRITING TO COMMUNICATE workbooklet

SPECIAL EDUCATION - LITERACY SKILLS (2) - WRITING TO COMMUNICATE workbooklet

The LITERACY SKILLS (2) - WRITING TO COMMUNICATE unit of work and student workbooklet is filled with a wide range of modern and young adult topics to engage students in writing to communicate ideas, facts and opinions. The workbooklet covers planning, composing, revising and editing writing, expressing ideas for a purpose and to different audiences, organising ideas in text, different language styles for writing, using conventional English and common technical errors etc. This workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. See also LITERACY SKILLS (1) - READING TO UNDERSTAND and LITERACY SKILLS (3) - SPOKEN INTERACTIONS workbooklets. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can also deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many students will self-direct their learning. This workbooklet also includes an Assessment for Learning feedback sheet.
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Giraffe Name Labels EDITABLE For a Jungle Safari or Zoo Theme

Giraffe Name Labels EDITABLE For a Jungle Safari or Zoo Theme

These cute little giraffe name labels can be put on student file folders in a zoo, safari, or jungle themed classroom, but you can use them for anything you want, since they are editable! Includes 32 labels in both portrait and landscape orientation. You can type in what you want in the text box for the name, so these can double as supply labels, name tags, matching memory game cards, flashcards etc. They are numbered, but you can delete the numbers if you wish. © Deborah Hayes aka HappyEdugator. For classroom or homeschool use.
Happyedugator
Sensory Break Cards

Sensory Break Cards

72 sensory idea cards with ideas such as... Oral activities: drinking, chewing, snack, bubbles etc. Weight bearing activities: crawling, push-ups etc. Resistance activities: push-ups, pulling and stretching etc. Heavy lifting: of books etc. Cardiovascular activities: walking, hopping, jumping on trampoline etc. Deep Pressure activities: massage, squeezes etc. Some are chair based activities like push ups, squeezing a stress ball or choosing a sensory toy, others may involve using space like the cardiovascular activities, or equipment like therapy balls, weighted blankets etc. The resource can be used as a poster in a classroom to give children ideas about how to use a sensory break. You may want to use it as part of a visual timetable or now next resource. Alternatively you could attach them to lolly sticks for a choosing activity.
zvlovegrove
SPECIAL EDUCATION - ORGANISE ME (3) - ROUTINES AND PLANNING workbooklet

SPECIAL EDUCATION - ORGANISE ME (3) - ROUTINES AND PLANNING workbooklet

ORGANISE ME (3) - ROUTINES AND PLANNING is an active, visual and practical workbooklet for students with special educational needs. It offers simple and interesting tasks that explore understanding routines, different types of routines, practicing routines and more. The workbooklet is flexible to deliver by different levels of staff, encourages self-directed learning and has learning checklists and learning feedbacks to provide evidence for assessments.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION - ORGANISE ME (2) - USING CALENDARS AND DAILY PLANNING workbooklet

SPECIAL EDUCATION - ORGANISE ME (2) - USING CALENDARS AND DAILY PLANNING workbooklet

ORGANISE ME (2) - CALENDARS AND DAILY PLANNING is an active, visual and practical workbooklet for students with special educational needs. It offers simple tasks that explore different types of calendars, using calendars, recording events and more. The workbooklet is flexible to deliver by different levels of staff, encourages self-directed learning and has learning checklists and learning feedbacks to provide evidence for assessments.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION - ORGANISE ME (1) - READING AND USING TIME workbooklet

SPECIAL EDUCATION - ORGANISE ME (1) - READING AND USING TIME workbooklet

ORGANISE ME (1) - READING AND USING TIME is an active, visual and practical unit of work and workbooklet for students with special educational needs. It offers interesting and practical tasks that explore reading time, understanding time, when time is important, planning events and more. The workbooklet is flexible to deliver by different levels of staff, encourages self-directed learning and has learning checklists and learning feedbacks to provide evidence for assessments.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION - GROWING UP (3) - TALKING AND CONVERSATIONS workbooklet

SPECIAL EDUCATION - GROWING UP (3) - TALKING AND CONVERSATIONS workbooklet

GROWING UP (3) - TALKING & CONVERSATIONS unit of work and workbooklet is written for SEN students with interesting tasks, ideas, research about friendships and growing up. GROWING UP is an important topic that can be different for everyone. We all experience different feelings and relationships and this workbooklet is a start to think about growing up for each student. Having a conversation is a skill that we often need to practice to make sure people feel valued and listened to. Conversations are important ways to find out information about people, to share stories and ideas and is a part of a relationship that can make you smile and laugh! This workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. See also GROWING UP (1) - FRIENDSHIPS and GROWING UP (2) - RELATIONSHIPS With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many student will self-direct their learning. This workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning Feedback sheets.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION - GROWING UP (2) - RELATIONSHIPS workbooklet

SPECIAL EDUCATION - GROWING UP (2) - RELATIONSHIPS workbooklet

GROWING UP (2) - RELATIONSHIPS unit of work and workbooklet is written for SEN students with interesting tasks, ideas, research about friendships and growing up. GROWING UP is an important topic that can be different for everyone. We all experience different feelings and relationships and this workbooklet is a start to think about growing up for each student. There are many types of relationships we form over our lives, from friendships, to family or work relationships or it could be romantic relationships. It is useful to think about what are positive aspects of relationships and areas we can improve over time. This workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. See also GROWING UP (1) - FRIENDSHIPS and GROWING UP (3) - CONVERSATIONS With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many students will self-direct their learning. This workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning Feedback sheets.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION x5 worksheets - LEAVE IT TO ME - independent thinking, processing, linking skills

SPECIAL EDUCATION x5 worksheets - LEAVE IT TO ME - independent thinking, processing, linking skills

LEAVE IT TO ME is a collection of FIVE free worksheets that can be used at any time with SEN students and are perfect as stand alone lessons or to complement existing programmes. This bundle of worksheets has FIVE quick and focused lessons that make students think about themselves, work independently and use literacy, numeracy, thinking and decision making skills. The worksheet bundle is filled with active learning tasks with excellent visual layout for supporting all types of SEN learners. Perfect as stand alone lessons or to complement existing programmes and can be delivered by any staff. Worksheets included are: I Am What I Eat, I Like It Like This, Days & Months, Clean Me & Mine, If I Could ... Other worksheet bundles are: WORK IT OUT (x10 worksheets - Birthday Bingo, Sports Scramble, Sum It Up, Take It Away, Signs & Symbols, Mood Board, Count Me In, Making Music, Reading Recipes, Fitness Log) LINK ME (x10 worksheets - Sensational Smoothies, Talk It Up, Travel It, Family Ties, ICE - In Case of Emergencies, It's All News, Colour Me Purple, Map It. Walk It., A Special Day, Techno Guru) OUTSIDE THE BOX (x5 free worksheets - Hunt For It, Virtual Reality, Design & Model It, Experiment It, 101 Ways With ...)
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SPECIAL EDUCATION x10 WORK IT OUT worksheets - literacy, numeracy, thinking, skills worksheets

SPECIAL EDUCATION x10 WORK IT OUT worksheets - literacy, numeracy, thinking, skills worksheets

WORK IT OUT is a collection of TEN worksheets that can be used at any time with SEN students and are perfect as stand alone lessons or to complement existing programmes. This bundle of worksheets has TEN quick and focused lessons that make students work out solutions and use literacy, numeracy, thinking and decision making skills. The worksheet bundle is filled with active learning tasks with excellent visual layout for supporting all types of SEN learners. Perfect as stand alone lessons or to complement existing programmes and can be delivered by any staff. Worksheets included are: Birthday Bingo, Sports Scramble, Sum It Up, Take It Away, Signs & Symbols, Mood Board, Count Me In, Making Music, Reading Recipes, Fitness Log
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