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Biting Social Story
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Biting Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with biting. A lot of children bite others as a sign of frustration, anxiety, pain etc. - sometimes we may even find no explanation for why they are biting but hopefully this social story will help reduce biting behaviours. It is a general book full of different things your mouth can be used for as well as why we shouldn't bite - how it makes others feel, and if we need to bite what we can do etc. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ I can use my mouth to eat food. ♦ I can use my mouth to sing songs. ♦ I can use my mouth to laugh. ♦ I can use my mouth to talk to others. ♦ I can use my mouth to whistle. ♦ I can use my mouth to drink. ♦ I can use my mouth to tell stories. ♦ I can use my mouth to smile. ♦ I can use my mouth to do lots of nice things. ♦ Sometimes I get angry and want to bite! ♦ It’s ok to bite my chew toy. ♦ But it’s not ok to bite my friends. ♦ Biting hurts my friends and it will make them sad. ♦ Sometimes, my teeth hurt and I want to bite. ♦ I can bite my chew toy or ask for help. ♦ If I have bad teeth I can go to the dentist for help. ♦ I will remember to use my mouth to be kind. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting.
Sharing Social Story
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Sharing Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with coping with sharing with others. A lot of children struggle with understanding the concept of sharing toys, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are doing it or that they'll never get the toy back. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to share with others, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ I like to play with toys. ♦ Other children may like the same toys as me. ♦ I can share by giving them some of my toys or taking it in turns. ♦ Someone else may be playing with a toy I like. ♦ I can ask them if I can play with them. ♦ Or, I can ask if we can take it in turns. ♦ If I share with others, they’ll want to be my friend. ♦ Friends are kind and share with each other. ♦ If I take a toy off someone else, they may get upset. ♦ I may try and grab a toy off someone else. ♦ This will make my friends sad, and they won’t want to play with me. ♦ If someone takes a toy off me, I may get upset or angry. ♦ I should ask them to give me the toy back, and take turns instead. ♦ If I get angry, I should count and stay calm. ♦ When I share with others, I make new friends. ♦ My friends like to play with me when I share. ♦ My teacher can help me share with others if I find it hard. ♦ There are lots of fun things in class that I can play with! I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Going on a Plane Social Story
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Going on a Plane Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with going on a plane. A lot of children struggle with understanding the process of what is involved going on a plane, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they need to do the things asked of them. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to get onto a plane, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ To go on an airplane, I have to go to the airport. ♦ Before we go to the airport, I have to pack my suitcase. ♦ I should pack my clothes, toothbrush and anything else I may need. ♦ There are lots of planes in the airport, so it can get busy. ♦ First, we have to go to the check in desk to check in for our flight. ♦ The lady will look at our passports and weigh our suitcases. ♦ Our suitcases will get put onto the plane by the airport staff. ♦ Next, we have to go through the scanners. I might have to take my shoes and coat off. ♦ I have to walk through a scanner, the staff will tell me where to go. ♦ Now, we can have a look in the shops or have something to eat. ♦ Next it’s time to board our plane, we must go to our gate and give the lady our tickets. ♦ On the plane, I have to sit on the seat that is shown on my ticket. ♦ When the plane takes off and lands, my ears might pop. ♦ There are lots of things for me to do on the plane, as well as lots of food to eat. ♦ When the plane lands, we have to stay sitting until told to take our seat belts off. ♦ We may have to show our passports again to airport staff. ♦ Then, we go and collect our suitcases off a conveyor belt. ♦ Now we can leave the airport! I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Animal Habitats Puzzles
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Animal Habitats Puzzles

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This resource contains 5 different puzzles / habitats. These puzzles are a great way for you to introduce and reflect upon animal habitats in your teaching. Simply cut out each of the jigsaw pieces and laminate (this will keep them strong and longer lasting and students match the animals/objects to the correct habitat. Habitats included are: ♦ desert ♦ ocean ♦ arctic ♦ rainforest ♦ pond Each puzzle comes with 4 animals/nature piece. Each puzzle piece has an image and the name of that image below it. A fun activity that is a great way to introduce or work on animal habitats.
Going to School Social Story
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Going to School Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with coping with going to School. A lot of children struggle with understanding why they need to go to School, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are going it or what will happen. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to go to School, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ Today I am going to School. ♦ Children go to School to learn. ♦ School is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ♦ I do not have to go to School on a Saturday or Sunday. ♦ There’s no School in the summer! ♦ I get time off for Christmas, Easter and more too! ♦ Some children go on a bus to School. ♦ Some children walk to School. ♦ Some children go to School in a car. ♦ Some children ride a bicycle to School. ♦ I will say goodbye to my family in the morning before going to School. ♦ I will see them when I finish School later. ♦ My teacher will greet me with a big smile and hello! ♦ I will be in a classroom with lots of other children, desks and chairs. ♦ There will also be lots of books and fun toys for me to play with. ♦ Going to School means I will make lots of new friends! ♦ I can eat my lunch in the cafeteria. ♦ Or I can take a packed lunch from home with me. ♦ In School, I have to listen to the teacher. ♦ At the end of the day, I put all my items in my bag. ♦ I say goodbye to my friends and teacher. ♦ My family will be waiting for me when I finish School. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Hitting Social Story
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Hitting Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with hitting. A lot of children hit others as a sign of frustration, anxiety, pain etc. - sometimes we may even find no explanation for why they are hitting but hopefully this social story will help reduce hitting behaviours. It is a general book full of different things your hands can be used for as well as why we shouldn't hit - how it makes others feel, and how we can calm ourselves down. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ I can use my hands to clap. ♦ I can use my hands to wave. ♦ I can use my hands to high five. ♦ I can use my hands to pull. ♦ I can use my hands to give hugs. ♦ Sometimes I get angry and hit. ♦ My friends are sad if I hit them. ♦ If I am angry, I can count to 10. ♦ Or, I can read a book. ♦ Or, I can relax. ♦ Or, I can have a hug. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting.
UK Coins Piggy Bank Matching
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UK Coins Piggy Bank Matching

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This resource is a fun and engaging activity for students to work on their coin recognition and matching skills. All the coins included in this pack are UK coins. There are 10 different piggy banks included that are filled with different coins. They come in 2 levels - 5 different coins in the piggy bank to match and 8 different coins in the piggy bank to match. You can use real coins or the coins that are provided in this resource pack. I highly recommend each of the individual pieces of this activity so that they will be stronger, longer lasting and re-usable in the future. Students simply match the coins to the prices (1p, 2p etc) in the piggy banks. Also comes in b/w option for your preference.
Social Story - Behaviours, Behaviors
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Social Story - Behaviours, Behaviors

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This resource contains a behaviour / behavior management symbol support story that is a great resource to introduce and encourage behavior / behaviour management with yours students. This social story is 22 page story on behaviour/behaviors. It comes with a choice of 3 different covers (my helping story, behaviour management, behavior management). The story is a walkthrough of different things that students may do if they get angry/sad and how you/they can help calm. Each page comes with a descriptive image/symbol. I recommend printing each page individually, laminating and then binding together a book so that it can be used for future/prolonged use. The pages included are as follows; ♦ I am happy when I get to do things I like ♦ I get sad if I have to do things I don't like ♦ Sometimes, I get angry if I have to do something I hate ♦ I may get angry if something doesn't go my way ♦ When I'm angry I don't understand how to cope ♦ I might cry ♦ I may have a tantrum ♦ I may throw things across the room ♦ I may scream really, really loud ♦ I may make a mess ♦ I may hurt myself ♦ If I hurt myself I can get more upset ♦ I may hurt someone ♦ I must remember to be kind to others ♦ If I hurt someone else, they may get upset ♦ My teacher can help me if I am angry or upset ♦ I can go to a quiet area to help me relax ♦ I can blow 5 big, deep breaths ♦ I can go for a walk ♦ It is OK to ask for help ♦ Soon, I will be happy again!
Life Skills Adapted Work Binder
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Life Skills Adapted Work Binder

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This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different life skills for your students. ★ 20 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with 2 different levels for the grocery shopping/payment pages as well as girl/boy options for some pages. This resource comes in both spelling options of colour and color. It comes with different PDFs to suit a variety of different countries (mainly because of the coins used when purchasing food in the grocery store) This resource contains UK coins. The activities included in this folder are; ♦ Writing/Spelling name ♦ Doing the laundry Putting dirty washing and detergent into the washing machine, transferring clothes from washing machine onto the washing line, then off the washing line and into the basket ♦ Matching socks ♦ Putting items away - kitchen v garden ♦ Grocery shopping - 2 different levels Finding items on your shopping list, taking them off the shelves and into your trolley. Then paying for them at the end by choosing the correct coins from your purse. ♦ Recycling - recycle cardboard into the green bin and food into the white bin ♦ Building a face - boy and girl option ♦ Label the body ♦ Brush teeth Put pen on the teeth then rub off with toothbrush ♦ Wash face Put pen on face, then wipe off with baby wipes/wet cloth ♦ Wash hands Put pen on hands, then wipe off with baby wipes/wet cloth ♦ Dressing kids for weather - cold/hot option boy/girl option ♦ Set the table Put fork, knife, spoon and plate into correct places on the table If there are any life skills activities that you feel could be added to this folder, then please get in touch and I'll be happy to try and help you.
Going to Dentist Social Story
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Going to Dentist Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with going to the Dentist. A lot of children struggle with going to the dentist, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are going there or what to expect - mostly worried about pain. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to go their to the Dentist, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ Today I am going to the Dentist. ♦ Tomorrow, I am going to the Dentist. ♦ The Dentist will look in my mouth at my teeth and gums. ♦ The Dentist helps to keep my gums and teeth clean and healthy. ♦ When I get to the dentist, I check in with the receptionist. ♦ I may have to wait in the waiting room. ♦ When my name is called, I will go in to the Dentist’s room. ♦ The dentist, and their assistant will say hello to me. ♦ I will sit in the big dentist chair. ♦ The Dentist will put the chair down so I am laying down. ♦ The dentist will wear gloves when they check in my mouth. ♦ The Dentist will use special equipment to check my teeth. ♦ I must open my mouth wide for the dentist to see inside. ♦ The Dentist may talk to the assistant about my teeth for her to record. ♦ When the Dentist is finished, I can have a drink or mouthwash. ♦ If my teeth are wonky, I may need braces. ♦ I go to an Orthodontist to have braces fitted. They are special dentists. ♦ I may need an X-Ray, I just have to bite down on the plastic bit. ♦ This helps the dentist see what my teeth look like. ♦ If I have a bad tooth, the dentist may take it out. ♦ They will give me something to numb it so it won’t hurt me. ♦ If I have a bad tooth, the dentist may take it out. ♦ They will give me something to numb it so it won’t hurt me. ♦ When I leave, the Dentist can give me a sticker! ♦ My teeth and gums have been checked and they are great! I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Going to Toilet Social Story
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Going to Toilet Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with going to the toilet. A lot of children struggle with going to the toilet, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand how to use a toilet. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to use the toilet, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. ★ Comes in boy and girl option. ★ Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included in boy book are; ♦ The toilet is in the bathroom. ♦ When I need the toilet, I should go to the bathroom. ♦ I should pull down my pants. ♦ If I need to pee I can stand and urinate into the toilet. ♦ If I need to poo I can sit on the toilet. ♦ When I am finished, I should use toilet paper. ♦ I can wipe with toilet paper or call for help. ♦ Then, I should pull up my pants. ♦ Now, I should flush the toilet. ♦ Next, I wash my hands. Pages included in girl book are; ♦ The toilet is in the bathroom. ♦ When I need the toilet, I should go to the bathroom. ♦ I should pull down my pants. ♦ And sit on the toilet. ♦ If I need to pee or poo, I should do it on the toilet. ♦ When I am finished, I should use toilet paper. ♦ I can wipe with toilet paper or call for help. ♦ Then, I should pull up my pants. ♦ Now, I should flush the toilet. ♦ Next, I wash my hands. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Editable Newsletter Templates for the Year
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Editable Newsletter Templates for the Year

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Keep families and carers up to date with your classroom with these editable newsletters that can be used all year long. Coming in a range of different styles, your families will love how engaging and informative these newsletters are. Editing These newsletters can be edited in PowerPoint or Keynote. The editable parts are where you can add edit text, photos, shapes etc. onto the templates. You will not be able to lift any images. This is to protect my work as a teacher-author and the work of fantastic clip artists. How to Use Edit using PowerPoint or Keynote - the newsletters are separated into different files to make them easier to use. Print out the newsletters to send home with students. Or, save the newsletter as a JPEG or PDF and then email home to your students families/carers. This will save on your ink and can make communicating with home easier. Newsletters are a great way for you to stay in touch with families of the students in your class as well as being able to share what you have been doing in class, what is coming up and any important reminders. Includes all months of the year and an End of Year/Graduation special.
Autism and Special Needs Ideas and Training Pack
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Autism and Special Needs Ideas and Training Pack

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This training pack is a great resource for you to use to gain new ideas and strategies to use within your classroom for your Autism and Special Education students. There are over 80 pages included and all are packed with information, strategies and programmes that you can use within your classroom. Just some of the pages included are; ♦ Autism - Be Aware ♦ What is Autism? ♦ What is Fragile X? ♦ How is Autism Diagnosed? ♦ What Should I Look For? ♦ I Need Help! ♦ Transition ♦ Visuals ♦ Behaviour Management ♦ Toileting ♦ Eating ♦ What Can You Put Into Place? ♦ Training to Attend ♦ Social Stories ♦ Incorporating Sensory ♦ Music Therapy ♦ Using Your 5 Senses ♦ Sensory Stories ♦ Sensory Breaks ♦ Sensory Toys ♦ Cooking ♦ Parental Communication ♦ iPad Apps ♦ Reinforcers - When and What to Use. ♦ Work Stations ♦ Communicating ♦ Adapted Work Activities ♦ On a Budget ♦ Famous Faces ♦ Helpful Links This resource is perfect for any professional who is working with students diagnosed with Autism or with Special Needs. The pack is full of different activities, strategies, information and programs that you can introduce into your learning environment and provide a positive learning approach for your student(s).
Superhero Word Search Activity
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Superhero Word Search Activity

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This Superhero themed word search pack contains 2 different levels of word search worksheets, blank word search worksheets for students to make their own Superhero word searches and also 2 vocabulary posters that include all the vocabulary used through all the word searches. This resource includes; ♦ Level 1 word search worksheets x 10 (8 words) ♦ Level 2 word search worksheets x 5 (16 words) ♦ Level 1 and Level 2 blank word search worksheets for students to make their own Superhero theme word searches ♦ Vocabulary posters with all the words from the word searches ♦ Answer keys These worksheets come in b/w for ink friendly printing and are appropriate for all spelling types - UK/US etc. The worksheets require no prep, simply print and hand out. These are great time fillers, literacy centres, or even to be left on sub days. They provide a different way for students to pay close attention to detail and encourages the recognition of letters and vocabulary.
Diwali Comprehension
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Diwali Comprehension

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This resource contains 7 different comprehension activities linked to the celebration on Diwali. Each activity comes with 1 x story page and 1 x questions page. There is a short amount of information provided on each page and then 4 questions on another page - you can see examples in preview/thumbnail pictures. This is great for students to be able to read a passage and recall details from it, answering relevant questions while working on their reading and writing skills. It is related to Diwali to give a twist on the usual comprehension activities. The pages come in black and white for ink friendly printing. The images are eye catching and appropriate for young students who will find them engaging.
Brushing Hair Social Story
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Brushing Hair Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with brushing their hair. A lot of children struggle with brushing their hair, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are doing it. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to brush their hair, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ Sometimes my hair gets messy. ♦ I need to brush my hair to make it tidy. ♦ I can use a comb. ♦ Or I can use a brush. ♦ I can brush my hair myself or have someone help. ♦ I can brush my dolls hair. ♦ I can wear my hair down. ♦ Or I can put it in a ponytail. ♦ Or I can wear a hairband. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Getting Dressed Social Story
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Getting Dressed Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with getting dressed. A lot of children struggle with understanding why they need to get dressed, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they need to do it. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to get dressed, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ I have to get dressed before I go out. ♦ First, I have to find my clothes. ♦ I need to find socks and put them on my feet. ♦ I need to find some pants and put them on. ♦ I need to find a skirt and put it on. ♦ I might have to do up a zip or a button. ♦ I need to find a top, I put this on too. ♦ I need to find my shoes, and put them on my feet. ♦ Once I am dressed I am ready to go out! ♦ If it’s raining I should wear a coat and umbrella. ♦ If it’s really cold, I should wear a hat, scarf and gloves to keep me warm. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
UK Coins Making Money Piggy Banks
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UK Coins Making Money Piggy Banks

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This resource is a fun and engaging activity for students to work on their coin recognition and money making skills. Students simply read the price tag that is on the piggy bank and use real coins or coins provided in this pack to make up the amount that it says. There are flashcards for price tags from £0.01 right up to £3. This resource is a great way to get students thinking and adding money. I highly recommend cutting out and laminating each of the individual flashcards that you will be using, the coins (if you are using these instead of real coins) and a few copies of the pig (so that you have multiple copies so multiple pupils can work at one time if you want). This can be done as small group activities, a full class activity or even 1:1 work for working on money targets. Comes in col and and b/w option for your preference. This resource contains UK coins.
Autism Morning Work Book
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Autism Morning Work Book

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This adapted morning work binder is an engaging and hands-on way to start each morning with your autistic students. Using the morning binder each day will help your students get into a routine where they come in, settle down and they are ready to work. Many of our students may struggle with transition in the mornings, so by providing this work book as a consistent routine in their daily morning routine, it will help them to settle quicker and be prepared to work. The books are editable so each student can have their own personalized morning binder. The document comes as a Keynote and PowerPoint file. You can add on different wording and add pictures of your student etc. but please note you will not be able to add/change/extract any form of clipart/imagery/text from this document. This is to protect our fabulous clip artists and myself as a teacher-author. This book comes in 2 levels; Level 1 - Students match images or symbols to each of the pages. Level 2 - Students match images or symbols and words to the pages. They can also use a dry-wipe pen and write their answers to make it harder again. What’s Included? Level 1 Morning Work Binder Accompanying Walkthrough to Put Together the Level 1 Morning Work Binder Level 2 Morning Work Binder Accompanying Walkthrough to Put Together the Level 2 Morning Work Binder What’s Included in the Books? The books include; Front Cover Me and My Name How Do I Feel? My School What Day Is It? What Months Is It? What Season Is It? How’s the Weather? What Should I Wear? Finished Front Cover You can either add your students name using a text box and then print out, or have students write their name once printed. You can also put a white shape square over the image on the front cover and then insert an image of your student if you want their photo on the front cover. What Should I Wear This comes with 4 different options. You only need to print one per book used. 2 boy options, and 2 girl options are included. Students use the clothing pieces included to dress the person appropriately for how the weather is outside. Build Up If you feel there are too many pages to start for your students, use less pages to start. First, just use ‘Me and My Name’ ‘What Day Is It?’ ‘How’s the Weather?’ and 'Finished’ Then, as students progress with this, start adding more of the pages in. Finished My students love these books - but they love the finished page too. Having the finished page is a visual way to show your students that they have completed the activity. And that’s the end of the book. All symbols are included in this resource. You can also add your own too.
Autism Awareness Colour by Number / Color by Number
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Autism Awareness Colour by Number / Color by Number

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Included in this pack are 6 different pages of color by number worksheets linked to Autism Awareness. It comes in spelling options for US and UK/CAN i.e colour and color. Simply print out the worksheets and have them on hand to give to your students. They look at the code at the bottom of the worksheet to find out what colors/colours to use on parts of the image.