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A shop providing resources for Special Educational Needs and Disability teachers. Resources include: TEACCH tasks, workstation tasks, communication prompts and cards, classroom and behaviour management strategies, schedules, and more. Resources mostly made on Comminicate InPrint 3 with WIDGIT symbols, and aimed at teachers in SLD environments. Contact me if you are interested in a custom made resource!

A shop providing resources for Special Educational Needs and Disability teachers. Resources include: TEACCH tasks, workstation tasks, communication prompts and cards, classroom and behaviour management strategies, schedules, and more. Resources mostly made on Comminicate InPrint 3 with WIDGIT symbols, and aimed at teachers in SLD environments. Contact me if you are interested in a custom made resource!
15 different 1-10 counting TEACCH tasks for individual workstations.
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15 different 1-10 counting TEACCH tasks for individual workstations.

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15 fun and simple work tasks to practice counting skills up to 10. Laminate the resources with glossy laminate for use with a dry erase marker to write and mark counting. Lots of different illustrated scenes to count from! Intended for use as a TEACCH task for individual work stations to support independent working, or as a starter to a maths lesson. Made using Communicate InPrint 3 with WIDGIT symbols.
WIDGIT symbolised conversation cards for students with Autism, speech and language difficulties.
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WIDGIT symbolised conversation cards for students with Autism, speech and language difficulties.

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A set of 15 A5 conversation cards made using Communicate InPrint 3 and WIDGIT symbolised for extra accessibility. Perfect conversation starters for students with Autism, Speech and language difficulties, EAL, communication difficulties and more. Cards are made to be printed double sided, and then laminated for extra longevity! Use with adult support and modeling, in SALT, or in student groups to aid conversation skills. Easily differentiate through the level of adult support and modeling to encourage independence. Topics include: Christmas, parties, summer holidays, football and more.
Symbolised likes and dislikes activity.
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Symbolised likes and dislikes activity.

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A range of WIDGIT symbols of popular games and activities to be used as part of a ‘likes and dislikes’ activity. Includes a ready made ‘like/dislike’ page for the symbols to be pasted onto. Differentiated to include non-symbolised text to challenge higher ability workers. Perfect activity for the first week back and to see what level your new students are working at, as well as helping you to get to know them! Differentiation ideas: offer a selection of 2 symbols for student to indicate a preference Use the attaches ‘like/dislike’ page for students to paste single symbols onto Use the symbols as prompts for their own writing Use the written words to practice reading skills and as a prompt for their own writing Use the symbols as prompts for conversations during speech and communication focused lessons Send the symbols home for homework to complete independently or with an adult
WIDGIT symbolised back to school literacy tasks.
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WIDGIT symbolised back to school literacy tasks.

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Summer holiday news: A set of Summer Holidays WIDGIT symbols for use in sentence construction activities or as individual symbols. Perfect activity for the first week back and to see what level your new students are working at. Symbols include: swimming, holiday, beach, shops, cinema and more, as well as all relevant sentence starters and verbs! Differentiate by altering the amount of symbols given and how they should be used. From using single symbols to make choices or paste down, connecting symbols, constructing short sentences or using as a prompt for students own writing. Possible Learning Objectives: To select symbols from a choice of X to show what I did during summer. To use two symbols to make a meaningful utterance ‘swimming, beach / brother, playing’ To use symbols to make a 3/4 key word sentence To construct a sentence using provided symbols within a formatted grid To use symbols as a prompt to write a short, simple sentence about what I did in the summer To copywrite a sentence I have constructed A range of WIDGIT symbols of popular games and activities to be used as part of a ‘likes and dislikes’ activity. Includes a ready made ‘like/dislike’ page for the symbols to be pasted onto. Differentiated to include non-symbolised text to challenge higher ability workers. Perfect activity for the first week back and to see what level your new students are working at, as well as helping you to get to know them! Differentiation ideas: offer a selection of 2 symbols for student to indicate a preference Use the attaches ‘like/dislike’ page for students to paste single symbols onto Use the symbols as prompts for their own writing Use the written words to practice reading skills and as a prompt for their own writing Use the symbols as prompts for conversations during speech and communication focused lessons Send the symbols home for homework to complete independently or with an adult
Three letter Alphabet words book!
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Three letter Alphabet words book!

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This book is perfect for children at a phase 2 phonics level to help practice letter formation skills and reading. Each page shows a picture and 3 letter word for each letter of the alphabet using familiar WIDGIT symbols and a space for the child to practice! Simply print the pages, cut down to A5 or smaller, laminate with glossy laminate (so you can write and erase) and bind. Use dry-erase markers and wipe off to re-use again and again. Please note some pages contain words that are not 3 letters (Q, U, X).
Summer holidays news: symbolised sentence construction!
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Summer holidays news: symbolised sentence construction!

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A set of Summer Holidays WIDGIT symbols for use in sentence construction activities or as individual symbols. Perfect activity for the first week back and to see what level your new students are working at. Symbols include: swimming, holiday, beach, shops, cinema and more, as well as all relevant sentence starters and verbs! Differentiate by altering the amount of symbols given and how they should be used. From using single symbols to make choices or paste down, connecting symbols, constructing short sentences or using as a prompt for students own writing. Possible Learning Objectives: To select symbols from a choice of X to show what I did during summer. To use two symbols to make a meaningful utterance ‘swimming, beach / brother, playing’ To use symbols to make a 3/4 key word sentence To construct a sentence using provided symbols within a formatted grid To use symbols as a prompt to write a short, simple sentence about what I did in the summer To copywrite a sentence I have constructed
Social interaction prompts and tips for Autism and speech and language difficulties.
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Social interaction prompts and tips for Autism and speech and language difficulties.

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3 pages of WIDGIT symbolised Social interaction tips made in Communicate InPrint 3, intended to be used alongside my ‘Conversation cards’ or in a SALT/communication lesson. Includes: 1 - Questions to ask friends. 2 - My opinion. 3- Whoose turn? Use glossy laminate to turn ‘whose turn’ into an interactive prompt, writing names in marker and using props to illustrate how turn taking works.