Special educational needs teaching resources: Down's Syndrome

Resources and ideas for special educational needs, down's syndrome, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Dissolving Experiment

Dissolving Experiment

A simple experiment exploring 'Dissolving.' It includes a concept cartoon to discuss, simple definition of dissolving. Pupils need to predict and test whether Salt, Sugar, Flour and Sand will dissolve in water. It includes 2 tick sheets for pupils to record their predictions and their results. All supported by Widget Symbols.

By MelHaagman90

First and Then Board

First and Then Board

First and Then Board: Designed for children and young people on the spectrum. Laminate the board attach Velcro and the board will be more durable. The purpose of the board is to attach symbols to allow a person to understand what are doing now and then. The boards reduce anxiety.

By jasmine1002003

Holi Festival

Holi Festival

A PowerPoint explaining what Religion is and introducing Hinduism. It explains all about the Holi Festival and the story behind it with lots of videos. All Supported with Widget Symbols.

By MelHaagman90

States of Matter Experiment

States of Matter Experiment

A PowerPoint that explains the difference between 'Textures' and 'States of Matter.' Simply explaining Solids, Liquids and Gas. It includes a concept cartoon to discuss what 'Texture' is. With an experiment for pupils to do as a whole class. The aim is to be able to describe changes in state. They need to make a Mug Cake and predict what will happen to the mixture after it has been microwaved. All Supported with Widget Symbols .

By MelHaagman90

KS4 GCSE Geography Fieldwork Bundle

KS4 GCSE Geography Fieldwork Bundle

KS4 Fieldwork for WJEC B, NEW OCR B, ASDAN and BTEC Travel and Tourism Syllabuses. Easily transferable into the New Curriculum for GCSE Geography. The trips visit Lesness Abbey, local area, Starbucks, CrossRail sites, Swanage, a river, school environment and Downe Campsite.

By GJDavis27

Looking After the Environment

Looking After the Environment

A 25 Slide PowerPoint all about the ways in which we can care and look after our Environment. It explains what the environment it as the importance of Recycling, Throwing away Rubbish, Saving Water, Saving Trees and Looking after Animals. It includes a video on recycling paper. All supported by Widget Symbols.

By MelHaagman90

SEN Emotion Cards to cut out

SEN Emotion Cards to cut out

Displayed on 2 PDF files.Set of 19 different cards to set on card and cut out. Holes for string to be inserted.Collate and keep in pocket fro student to show how they are feeling.Lovely clear designs

By VirtuallyQatarted

New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

A PowerPoint that explains what a New Years Resolution is leading up to making a New Years Resolution card - with 4 sections: 'Myself, School, My Family and The World' - it includes lots of ideas of New Years Resolutions - All supported with Widget Symbols

By MelHaagman90

IEP

IEP

IEP Parent letter proformaIEP Parent Information sheet

By lmtteacher

Placemat for pupils with ASD / ADHD

Placemat for pupils with ASD / ADHD

I created this placemat to aid pupils (and teachers) during lessons, you will have to insert a picture of the pupil in the appropriate section. The 1,2,3,4 is the lesson activities (What you what the pupil to complete in the lesson and the = reward section is their own personal motivators (5 minute reward time). The personal targets section may be a lesson target or a behavioural target. In addition the traffic light noise levels are used to show pupils what noise they need to be on. Red is silence, Yellow is classroom voice and Green is classroom noise.

By elliot_blackmore

ASD Swimming stokes and progressions visuals

ASD Swimming stokes and progressions visuals

These visuals are basic and very effective, I have used them to help 100s of ASD pupils learn how to swim. They are basic, but like i said they are also very helpful. Print them A3 and laminate them for best use at a swimming pool.

By elliot_blackmore

ASD Now and Next boards

ASD Now and Next boards

Now and next boards for pupils with ASD - Now and Next's should be used for activities for example Now is writing Next is reward time. These should be printed out and laminated.

By elliot_blackmore

SEN Bundle 2

SEN Bundle 2

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By VirtuallyQatarted

SEN Bundle

SEN Bundle

SEN Bundle- Behaviour Reflection- Beginning with numbers - Alphabet- Anti-Bullying- SEN Flash Cards*****Special NOTE***** ensure you read download instructions CAREFULLY for the A-Z, 1-20 interactive resource******

By VirtuallyQatarted

Counting Songs PowerPoint presentations

Counting Songs PowerPoint presentations

These presentations were designed for use with children with severe learning difficulties with the aim of squeezing every last bit of mathematical juice out of these popular counting songs. There is therefore a heavy emphasis on visual and audio cues, repeated opportunities for counting, numeral recognition, one-to-one correspondence and mathematical vocabulary. Please read the notes to accompany the songs to get the most from them.

By trogfoot

Must / Musn't

Must / Musn't

The child should use the given 4 picture flashcards and attach them under the correct column must or mustn’t. The hand signs should enable the child with the opportunity to work out the task independently because he can match the symbols accompanied with each picture.

By whitecjessica

Counting, One Less

Counting, One Less

- Use the provided worksheet (The Very Hungry Caterpillar Match Up) to match the written number with its corresponding quantity. The aim of this activity is to enable the child with the opportunity to match the written numbers from 1-6 with their corresponding quantity. - Use the provided l worksheet (One Less ) to subtract one frog from the given quantity by attaching the frogs using Velcro.

By whitecjessica

Make shape pictures using shapes

Make shape pictures using shapes

Photocopy shape sheet with separated shapes onto card for children to cut and stick- useful for naming and describing 2d shapes. Template of shape picture can be provided for children to aid them- although can be used without for problem solving. Children can extend to making own pictures from different shapes.

By trick2009

Pencil Skills Activities

Pencil Skills Activities

A set of activities, designed to be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker. Designs include drawing the spikes on a dinosaur and the wheels on a car. Use them to help pupils develop pencil skills. Suitable for workstation use.The same designs are also available as images. These can be used on any tablet or touch screen device, in conjunction with an art app or program, to further develop motor skills

By tesAutism