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I teach young people with social communication difficulties, including autism. I have worked in both primary and secondary mainstream ARCs and also specialist provision and I love my job! I am slowly uploading resources that have worked well so check back every now and again. If there are any resources or activities that you would like to see in my shop, feel free to message me. I love making resources!

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I teach young people with social communication difficulties, including autism. I have worked in both primary and secondary mainstream ARCs and also specialist provision and I love my job! I am slowly uploading resources that have worked well so check back every now and again. If there are any resources or activities that you would like to see in my shop, feel free to message me. I love making resources!
Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch, seaside topic, KS1, SEN, ASD
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Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch, seaside topic, KS1, SEN, ASD

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This is a pack of Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch resources I have used during a seaside topic with a mixed aged (KS1 / KS2) group of learners with autism. It includes a planning sheet to think about the lighthouse keeper's cottage, differentiated TEACCH style structured sheets to support writing about the Grinling's cottage, and images of the cottage for pupils to stick in their books before writing about the cottage. There is also a word mat to support spellings and jog memories. There is a mindmap type sheet to encourage pupils to reflect upon what the Grinlings thought about the naughty seagulls. There is a symbol supported powerpoint about lighthouses and a lighthouse fact sheet for children to complete. There are also differentiated grammar sheets for learners to decide whether to use 'and' or 'but' in a sentence.
Similes, introduction. SEN,
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Similes, introduction. SEN,

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I made this resources to introduce similes to a mixed KS1 / KS2 group of students with autism. There is a mindmap used to introduce the idea - think of something that is white, think of something which is white. Children used these to complete sentences I wrote on the whiteboard (we were reading The Little Polar Bear). There are 2 worksheets for children - identify a simile from a choice of 4 names pictures. There is a final 2 sheets using a visual mindmap to suggest alternative words for 'cold' and 'worried'. Saved in PDF and in Publisher. Used in primary but also suitable for SEN / KS3.
Basic Maths: One more, one less activities, KS1, Autism, SEN
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Basic Maths: One more, one less activities, KS1, Autism, SEN

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4 resources I’ve used with my class of children with autism to develop understanding of 1 more / 1 less. Suitable for mainstream children and learners with SEN. I have kept these sheets very simple and visual for my learners. 3 worksheets and set of peg cards which I use as a TEACCH workstation task (box job). Learners identify the correct answer by placing a peg on the card.
Queen Victoria PowerPoint and accompanying activity and worksheet. SEN, autism
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Queen Victoria PowerPoint and accompanying activity and worksheet. SEN, autism

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Editable PowerPoint about Queen Victoria's life and homes. Designed for a Year 7 class of students with autism, therefore highly structured. Included: PowerPoint presentation Activity to accompany the lesson is included, pupils are asked to use the internet to find out the date of given events in Victoria's life time, to write these on cards and then sort cards into chronological order. Worksheet for pupils to match a picture of Victoria's various homes to the correct name. 'MindMap' style worksheet - pupils to use information gained from the lesson to complete facts about Queen Victoria. As mentioned, this was designed for children with autism / SEN but is also suitable for mainstream students.
Sharing a Shell, ASD / SEN / EYFS / KS1. Basic literacy / position
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Sharing a Shell, ASD / SEN / EYFS / KS1. Basic literacy / position

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A few resources from when we read Sharing a Shell. I teach a mixed age primary class, all with autism attending specialist ASD provision. Ability at the time ranged between P4 and approx Reception / Year 1 level. Resources are also suitable for mainstream learners working at this level. Download includes: Sharing a Shell book review - A4 sheet, learners identify who is in the story, where the story is set and what happened 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Sharing a Shell LA - position activity for my lowest ability learner, I used this with the child working 1:1 with a TA, discussing the picture and seeing if the child could identify ‘where’ (TA reading the sentence) Position Sharing a Shell - 2 near identical worksheets for children to write the appropriate word in the gap. I can draw… - these were to encourage mark making / fine motor skills. Frame with a prompt picture of the characters in Sharing a Shell. 3 x A4 sheets. Who words dotted - We did a lot of narrative and colourful semantic work in English lessons. This activity was to reinforce / generalise understanding of ‘who’ and to develop mark making / handwriting / recognition of character names (more able).
All About Me Game, transition, new class
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All About Me Game, transition, new class

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A game I made for my small class of learners with autism. Suitable for any small group introduction - e.g. intervention group, speech and language, attention and listening. Learners throw a dice and move around the board. When they land on a question, they answer the question. I like to ask another member of the group a question relating to the answer, to encourage learners to pay attention to each other's answers - my children tend to have very little interest in each other! Supports social skills, attention and listening, turn taking. Used for specialist autism group but appropriate for any mainstream KS1 / KS2 group or older SEN group.
Winter topic, polar bear, adaptation, habitat, SEN
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Winter topic, polar bear, adaptation, habitat, SEN

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Various winter topic activities. We have been reading Little Polar Bear so have learnt about the North Pole / Arctic and what adaptations polar bears have in order to live where they do. Activities include picture of a polar bear / cards for children to stick on sheet to label (polar bear physical appearance) Jungle / Arctic sorting table with 2 sets of cards for children to sort (set one - facts about the areas, set two - animals) Polar bear adaptations worksheet / facts to stick. Two different versions of this, one is simplified. Short North Pole PowerPoint I have included resources in publisher and PDF format. Used for children in KS1 and KS2 with autism. Also suitable for mainstream pupils / older pupils.
Community Places matching, SEN, ASD, Life Skills
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Community Places matching, SEN, ASD, Life Skills

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This resource has 2 sets of 8 community themed images. I laminated these separately and added velcro. One set of answers is text, the other is symbol supported. I use this as a reuseable matching task for children and young people with ASD / Learning Disability. Also suitable to be used as a worksheet or TEACCH task.
ASD / SEN / KS1 basic time bundle, week days, months, day or night. Sorting / workstation tasks
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ASD / SEN / KS1 basic time bundle, week days, months, day or night. Sorting / workstation tasks

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A bundle of 4 resources created for my ASD class to support understanding of basic time. Suitable for KS1 or any aged SEN learner. These activities could be used as part of a narrative / colourful semantics approach to develop understanding of ‘when’ or in maths to support basic time awareness. Months: Table of the months of the year and a selection of 24 symbols. Teacher to choose which symbols are relevant and will be recognised by your particular group of learners. Students stick the symbols onto the correct month (e.g. Halloween next to October). When I did this with my class I also included pictures of the children in the class and learners stuck pictures of their classmates in the birthdays section of the table. I have left this version of the table in, as it might be of use for some, but I’ve also included a copy of the table without the birthday column. Day / Night Sorting: Instructions included. This could be used as a worksheet task or it could be laminated / velcroed and used as a re-useable workstation task. Days of the Week homework: Worksheet to support learning and reinforce understanding about the days of the week. Days of the Week School: Instructions included. Learners stick the days of the week into the correct order, they then stick symbols on to indicate what happens in school on particular days.
Colourful semantics / Narrative ASD/SEN - Emergency Services
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Colourful semantics / Narrative ASD/SEN - Emergency Services

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Colourful Semantics / Narrative - Interactive book with an Emergency Services theme. Who?-doing?-what? sentences. I laminated this to create a book, attaching with keyring rings. The child or young person goes through the book identifying who is doing what in each picture. For example: ‘Police officer-walking-dog’ or ‘Fireman-sliding-pole’. Tips: When printing, I printed the last 3 pages twice, using the first copy as a baseboard and chopping the second copy to make individual cards, which I attach with velcro to the baseboard. This works best for me as it keeps the pieces together and is easy to see if any cards are missing. While the child is becoming used to this activity, I talk them through each stage, encouraging them to identify ‘who?’ first, then ‘doing?’, then ‘what?’ Once the sentence is complete, I encourage them to repeat the sentence as a whole. If a child struggles to identify from a full page of options, try offering them a choice or two cards, gradually increasing the number of options as they become more familiar with the activity. Some children need prompts to really look at the picture and think about what they can see.
Yes / No questions, reading comprehension, reasoning, TEACCH / workstation task. KS1 / Autism / SEN
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Yes / No questions, reading comprehension, reasoning, TEACCH / workstation task. KS1 / Autism / SEN

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I used these as a TEACCH workstation task in my autism classroom to support my learners reading skills and comprehension, together with their reasoning skills. Cards include topics such as facts, pronouns and prepositions. Learners identify yes or no by attaching a clothes peg to the correct answer. Alternatively, if laminated using gloss laminating pouches, they could circle the correct answer with a whiteboard marker.
Under the Sea (also lighthouse / starfish) EYFS / KS1 / SEN, selection of topic based resources
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Under the Sea (also lighthouse / starfish) EYFS / KS1 / SEN, selection of topic based resources

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A hotchpotch of various resources I used with my ASD specialist provision class during a recent Under the Sea topic. My class were mixed ages and varied widely in ability (P4 to approx Y1/Y2 ability) so the resources reflect this. These resources are suitable for any age group who are working at this level, and also suitable for mainstream. There are 10 files included: L is for lighthouse - simple level, tracing ‘l’ and colouring items that start with ‘l’ S is for starfish - as above but ‘s’ Sea Creatures - match photo to image (simple reasoning / develop generalising) Lighthouse Facts - 2 A4 worksheets for basic lighthouse facts. 1 page is words only, 2nd sheet is supported by symbols. Lighthouse Factsheet - very similar to above but slightly prettier - used in a previous year with a group who were more able and could manage with more visual distraction. Lighthouse intro - basic powerpoint Draw and label a lighthouse - simple A4 sheet Starfish ‘eat’ or ‘live’ sorting sheet Starfish fact sheet - A4 sheet for learners to complete Under the sea describing words - topic related pictures, learners needed to find a describing word for each picture (e.g. ______ boat ) 2 copies per A4 page
Simple Visual Fractions
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Simple Visual Fractions

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Cut and paste activity to visually reinforce simple fractions - halves, quarters and eighths. Created for KS3 students with autism.
Fiction or Non Fiction? Worksheet, help card, SEN, ASD
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Fiction or Non Fiction? Worksheet, help card, SEN, ASD

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Worksheet designed for KS3 pupils with SEN including autism. Help card included for pupils who may struggle with the task. Strips to paste in exercise books with basic extension task. Books used as examples are likely to be familiar to pupils. Simple activity, would be suitable for younger pupils without SEN, or older pupils with SEN.
My Family is Fond of Gadgets Poem and sorting task
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My Family is Fond of Gadgets Poem and sorting task

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Poem with images as prompt. For 'My Family' topic SEN Y8 - students who struggle to find information in text. Cut and stick activity - identify which gadgets different family members like. Very simple to encourage independent thinking. Cutting and sticking for motor skills.