Hero Cards are based on the concept of social stories. These widgit symbol supported cards feature a character who displays the desired behaviour. Please visit inclusiveteach.com for more or to request a specific person or behaviour.
A simple worksheet with word bank supported by symbols to describe 4 types of boat. The answers can be matched to boat type or written depending on the level of your students. Part of the transport topic resources hosted at inclusiveteach.com
A resource pack of 29 pages of worksheets, matching tasks and other activities for use in EYFS or with SEN. Can be laminated for TEACCH or Folder tasks. Some can also be used with toy cars etc as base mats.
Titles supported with "In Print" symbols.
This is in powerpoint so colours etc can quickly be changed and adapted.
A simple matching sheet that links the symbol to the word.
Great for SEN or readers requiring extra support. Use for building computing vocabulary.
The JPG format can be printed or manipulated as a base for other worksheets
Two interactive whiteboards - Smart notebook. Fully editable. The very basics of online safety.
The supporting Worksheet meets AQA unit award scheme criteria for a number of modules.
This can also be used for evidence for ASDAN transition challenge.
There is symbol support on all pages for reluctant readers or those requiring additional support.
m,a,s,d,t Sounds\nsimple matching With a picture of a dinosaur, can discuss t for teeth, s for scary etc as they match the cards.\n\nGruffalo separate sheet for each letter sound with a picture that matched each, amazing for a, terrible tusks for t etc with a bit of handwriting practice.
Special Needs. MFL introduction to Europe. this can be a worksheet - Cut and stick or Laminated and velcroed for a reusable task. stic the country outlines from the second page to the first page. If you laminate them they can be kept on the right hand side.
An IWB using widget symbols. looks at the tricks the twits play on each other. Students can come up with their own trick. It then has a comprehension exercise I haven't uploaded as it was heavily based on a resource from on here search for 'maharani' for the original I adapted.Thanks for sharing