Personally created money management Power Point tailored for SEN individuals. Money management can cause some confusion as to where money comes from, this power point is based upon individuals receiving a weekly allowance. Visual prompts included on the slides. Use this resource along side the budget sheet to embed money management.
This vowel game promotes reading and spelling. Fold over the image on the dotted line and ask the children to work out the word, once they have worked it out reveal the picture. Children will have fun anticipating the image while learning.
This vowel folding game will bring a little bit of fun to your classroom. Fold the image over at the dotted line so the children cannot see. Ask them to fill in the blanks then reveal the image. There may be more than one vowel that fits but it is all about matching the pictures.
I have created this document to help people understand individuals with ADHD. This infohraphic includes common symptoms, basic treatment methods and other common comorbidities. I carried out all research and used my extensive knowledge in the field to create this handy guide.
SEN budget sheet to support independence for individuals with SEN. Easy to follow and fill in each day. This follows on from the money management slides which are based around the individual getting a weekly allowance. Using the budget sheets enables the individual to keep track of their money and spending in a physical form as some struggle to manage once the money is spent and they can no longer see the money.
8 grounding flashcards designed by myself, these can be printed or used from the device they were downloaded on to. In times of anxiety, over stimulation or upset use these cards to help the individual through their feelings.
I have created this coronavirus pack for children to learn about the return to school. It includes what school may look like, friendships and worries about catching up. This resource is based on UK school returns.
I have designed these arts and crafts starter activities with art therapy in mind. They can be used as a conversation starter or simply a classroom activity. Children often struggle to explain their feelings so openly so these flashcards can be used to as a mindfulness activity, a bit of fun or something to help you understand the individual. These can be used for small groups, classes (up to 20 or you could reprint more) or as a one to one session.
Children are now starting to show the effects of the last year, many children are displaying behaviours that are not desired in the classroom. I have created this contract to talk through with the children. Ask them for ideas to put on the chart and ask them all to sign it at the end to show they have understood. This is also a great way to show accountability.
Give them a mental break. Calm anxiety and promote focus, I have created this pack of resources based upon art therapy and colour therapy. They can be used as a full document or individuals sheets depending the need of the individuals. This document is 28 pages long which includes: activity pages, colouring pages and lined pages to complete at your own leisure.
I have created these worksheet to help children understand feelings and emotions. Simple format with activities throughout. In these tough times children may be experiencing emotions they are not sure about. I have only included the main emotions in these work sheets as I will be creating another set of sheets about more complex feelings.
Anxiety/ panic attack action plan for children and teens. Included is a sheet for adults with signs of anxiety and panic attacks. The child/teens fills in both other sheets and can refer to it when they are experiencing symptoms. Also handy for the parent/carer/teacher to keep a copy to refer to also.
This document was created with teens/young adults in mind. I created this document as a family came to me in need of something to help their teen manage suicidal/self harm thoughts. It is a basic document with a couple of activities and a safety plan. To be used to recognise signs of crisis and keep the individual safe.
TW This has mentions of suicide and self harm… No details given but brief mentions throughout.
Perfect for teens, this self care booklet is full of ideas to promote self care. Self care is a great way to support mental health and improve mood. This booklet is full of ideas including 5 minute ideas for people who are busy.
Math starter activity for primary children and SEND.
Fox- word problem multiply
Badger- word problem divide
Rabbit- Column addition
Hedgehog- Column subtraction
Varying levels depending on the problem type.
Vowels mix and match game, two difficulty levels. easy mode- snip the vowels off so the child has the words and pictures to support, higher level- remove the pictures and the vowels and let the child match up all items.