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Back to School Rewards:  Reward Strips,  Sticker Incentives, Certificates

Back to School Rewards: Reward Strips, Sticker Incentives, Certificates

Celebrate growth on a daily and weekly basis!This pack is full of highly motivating ideas to go alongside your behaviour management system. My students absolutely LOVE getting these certificates and rummaging in the treasure chest - they work really hard to earn them! ******************************************************CONTENT☆ Cover/Contents☆ Teacher Notes/Reward Strips with lamination/5-20 stickers to add☆ Teacher Notes/Reward Strips without lamination/5-20 stars to colour☆ Teacher Notes/Daily Spelling/Tables Sticker Charts/Up to 180 days☆ Weekly Certificates:Pupil/Student/Star of the WeekBest MannersKindness AwardAR Champ9x Subject girl/boy awards: Mathematician; Scientist; Writer; Author; Reader; Speller; Artist; Thinker; Athlete.Historian and Geographer to be added.☆ TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 78**********************************************************RELATED RESOURCES**********************************************************Teacher's Toolkit Rewards

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Feelings, Keep Calm and Self-Esteem Affirmation Flash Cards Mega Bundle

Feelings, Keep Calm and Self-Esteem Affirmation Flash Cards Mega Bundle

This Mega Bundle includes 6 of our resources. It includes:* 27 Feelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel* 50 Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens* 75 Self-Esteem Affirmation CardsFeelings Flash Cards: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. It comes in black & white as well.The 27 feelings/emotions are:Girls emotions/feelings:1. Happy2.Lonely3. Mad4. Proud5. Sad6. Embarrassed7. Sheepish8. Shy9. Skeptical10. Suprised11. Worried12. DisappointedBoys' emotions and feelings:1. Anxious2. Bored3. Confused4. Enraged5. Excited6. Hurt7. Mad- Accusatory8. Mad- Indignant9. Peeved-Tantruming10. Proud11. Scared12. Shy13. Smug- Self- Important14. Startled15. StressedSelf-Esteem Affirmation Cards: These 75 affirmation cards are a great way to boost your student's self-esteem. This could serve as an acknowledgment and recognition for their good traits. It could serve as a positive reinforcement for their good behaviour. It could also help your students identify their good traits especially for those students who are socially shy.Cards include:1. I am good at Math2. I am good at Art3. I am good at organizing4. I am good with computers5. I am good at singing6. I am healthy7. I am good at reading8. I am good at sports9. I am good at Science10. I am good in studying11. I am good at Geography12. I am good at teamwork13. I am good at writing14. I am good at taking down notes15. I am good at making friends16. I am hardworking17. I am cheerful18. I am confident19. I am self-assured20. I am trustworthy21. I am obedient22. I am nice23. I am good at sharing24. I am good at learning25. I am good at ideas26. I am proud27. I am a winner28. I am a happy person29. I am creative30. I am helpful31. I am loved32.I am brave33.I have many friends34.I am important35. I am athletic36. I am unique37. I am cool38. I am good in music39. I am beautiful40. I enjoy learning41. I enjoy having fun42. I enjoy eating43. I accept myself44. I am respectful45. I am loving46. I am kind47. I am awesome48. I enjoy challenges49. I always try to do my best50. I am honest 51.I am patient52.I am humble53.I am understanding54.I am reliable55.I have a great imagination56. I am a star57. I make good decisions58. I think first before I act59. I am good at listening to other people60. I am good at dancing61. I am dependable62. I am supportive63. I am good at encouraging others64. I try my best to take care of the environment65. I am a good leader66. I am good at planning67. I am good at research68. I am resourceful69. I am good at taking photos70. I am good at cooking71. I am good at baking72. I try to be neat and clean73. I enjoy going to school74. I believe in myself75. I enjoy the outdoorsKeep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens: Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc...These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions.It includes:Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescenceReasons why students are not calmSigns when students are not calmWhat we want our students to knowCalming strategies include:1. Talk it out2. Draw3. Paint4. Write5. Read6. Exercise7. Think of Positives8. Listen to Music9. Breathe10. Walk11. Meditate12. Cook13. Bake14. Dance15. Play sports16.Play musical instruments17. Hang out with friends18. Watch your favourite television shows19. Clean your room20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors21. Drink water22. Count 1, 2, 323. Go to the beach24. Gardening25. Stargazing26. Surfing27. Swimming28. Knitting29. Riding a bike30.Fishing31. Pottery32.Wood-work33.Cross-stitching34. Make a scrapbook35. Tinkering with technology36. Photography37. Make a Video38. Snorkeling39. Visit a museum40. Visit a library41. Sewing42. Play video games43. Do yoga44. Visit a zoo45. Scuba diving46. Go on a road trip47. Visit an amusement park48. Identify your feelings49. Do pilates50. Hiking

By kitcelcorner

Evaluation writing frame.

Evaluation writing frame.

swap words in and out as needed for a varitey of projects. The smiles are ideal for pupils to express how proud they are of there product, particuarly if this form of emotional expression is difficult for them to understand.

By emma_louisebarton

Top tips for Engaging Struggling Students

Top tips for Engaging Struggling Students

A sheet crammed with tips for engaging students who struggle, either due to SpLD or purely find listening and following difficult. This can be used as a checklist for your teaching, regardless of the subject.

By Sazo123

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Self-Esteem Affirmation and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Self-Esteem Affirmation and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Self-Esteem Affirmation Cards: These 75 affirmation cards are a great way to boost your student's self-esteem. This could serve as an acknowledgment and recognition for their good traits. It could serve as a positive reinforcement for their good behaviour. It could also help your students identify their good traits especially for those students who are socially shy.Cards include:1. I am good at Math2. I am good at Art3. I am good at organizing4. I am good with computers5. I am good at singing6. I am healthy7. I am good at reading8. I am good at sports9. I am good at Science10. I am good in studying11. I am good at Geography12. I am good at teamwork13. I am good at writing14. I am good at taking down notes15. I am good at making friends16. I am hardworking17. I am cheerful18. I am confident19. I am self-assured20. I am trustworthy21. I am obedient22. I am nice23. I am good at sharing24. I am good at learning25. I am good at ideas26. I am proud27. I am a winner28. I am a happy person29. I am creative30. I am helpful31. I am loved32.I am brave33.I have many friends34.I am important35. I am athletic36. I am unique37. I am cool38. I am good in music39. I am beautiful40. I enjoy learning41. I enjoy having fun42. I enjoy eating43. I accept myself44. I am respectful45. I am loving46. I am kind47. I am awesome48. I enjoy challenges49. I always try to do my best50. I am honest 51.I am patient52.I am humble53.I am understanding54.I am reliable55.I have a great imagination56. I am a star57. I make good decisions58. I think first before I act59. I am good at listening to other people60. I am good at dancing61. I am dependable62. I am supportive63. I am good at encouraging others64. I try my best to take care of the environment65. I am a good leader66. I am good at planning67. I am good at research68. I am resourceful69. I am good at taking photos70. I am good at cooking71. I am good at baking72. I try to be neat and clean73. I enjoy going to school74. I believe in myself75. I enjoy the outdoorsFeelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions.The 27 feelings/emotions are:Girls emotions/feelings:1. Happy2.Lonely3. Mad4. Proud5. Sad6. Embarrassed7. Sheepish8. Shy9. Skeptical10. Suprised11. Worried12. DisappointedBoys' emotions and feelings:1. Anxious2. Bored3. Confused4. Enraged5. Excited6. Hurt7. Mad- Accusatory8. Mad- Indignant9. Peeved-Tantruming10. Proud11. Scared12. Shy13. Smug- Self- Important14. Startled15. Stressed

By kitcelcorner

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Self-Esteem Affirmation, Keep Calm and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Self-Esteem Affirmation, Keep Calm and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Self-Esteem Affirmation Cards: These 75 affirmation cards are a great way to boost your student's self-esteem. This could serve as an acknowledgment and recognition for their good traits. It could serve as a positive reinforcement for their good behaviour. It could also help your students identify their good traits especially for those students who are socially shy. Cards include: 1. I am good at Math 2. I am good at Art 3. I am good at organizing 4. I am good with computers 5. I am good at singing 6. I am healthy 7. I am good at reading 8. I am good at sports 9. I am good at Science 10. I am good in studying 11. I am good at Geography 12. I am good at teamwork 13. I am good at writing 14. I am good at taking down notes 15. I am good at making friends 16. I am hardworking 17. I am cheerful 18. I am confident 19. I am self-assured 20. I am trustworthy 21. I am obedient 22. I am nice 23. I am good at sharing 24. I am good at learning 25. I am good at ideas 26. I am proud 27. I am a winner 28. I am a happy person 29. I am creative 30. I am helpful 31. I am loved 32.I am brave 33.I have many friends 34.I am important 35. I am athletic 36. I am unique 37. I am cool 38. I am good in music 39. I am beautiful 40. I enjoy learning 41. I enjoy having fun 42. I enjoy eating 43. I accept myself 44. I am respectful 45. I am loving 46. I am kind 47. I am awesome 48. I enjoy challenges 49. I always try to do my best 50. I am honest 51.I am patient 52.I am humble 53.I am understanding 54.I am reliable 55.I have a great imagination 56. I am a star 57. I make good decisions 58. I think first before I act 59. I am good at listening to other people 60. I am good at dancing 61. I am dependable 62. I am supportive 63. I am good at encouraging others 64. I try my best to take care of the environment 65. I am a good leader 66. I am good at planning 67. I am good at research 68. I am resourceful 69. I am good at taking photos 70. I am good at cooking 71. I am good at baking 72. I try to be neat and clean 73. I enjoy going to school 74. I believe in myself 75. I enjoy the outdoors Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens:Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc... These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions. It includes: Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescence Reasons why students are not calm Signs when students are not calm What we want our students to know Calming strategies include: 1. Talk it out 2. Draw 3. Paint 4. Write 5. Read 6. Exercise 7. Think of Positives 8. Listen to Music 9. Breathe 10. Walk 11. Meditate 12. Cook 13. Bake 14. Dance 15. Play sports 16.Play musical instruments 17. Hang out with friends 18. Watch your favourite television shows 19. Clean your room 20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors 21. Drink water 22. Count 1, 2, 3 23. Go to the beach 24. Gardening 25. Stargazing 26. Surfing 27. Swimming 28. Knitting 29. Riding a bike 30.Fishing 31. Pottery 32.Wood-work 33.Cross-stitching 34. Make a scrapbook 35. Tinkering with technology 36. Photography 37. Make a Video 38. Snorkeling 39. Visit a museum 40. Visit a library 41. Sewing 42. Play video games 43. Do yoga 44. Visit a zoo 45. Scuba diving 46. Go on a road trip 47. Visit an amusement park 48. Identify your feelings 49. Do pilates 50. Hiking Feelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Happy 2.Lonely 3. Mad 4. Proud 5. Sad 6. Embarrassed 7. Sheepish 8. Shy 9. Skeptical 10. Suprised 11. Worried 12. Disappointed Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Anxious 2. Bored 3. Confused 4. Enraged 5. Excited 6. Hurt 7. Mad- Accusatory 8. Mad- Indignant 9. Peeved-Tantruming 10. Proud 11. Scared 12. Shy 13. Smug- Self- Important 14. Startled 15. Stressed

By kitcelcorner

Make your own movement and exercise dice and play with friends.

Make your own movement and exercise dice and play with friends.

A Developmental Movement Intervention Program tool to engage children who need extra support to improve motor skills, core strength, concentration and focus, reduce fidgeting and improve academic progress. Children who show signs of developmental immaturity benefit greatly from targeted exercises, however ALL children will show signs of improvement in these areas, so all children can participate in this activity together.Children use fine motor skills to cut out and make the dice, and improve gross motor skills when performing the exercises.

By educationinmotion20

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A Developmental Movement Intervention Program with  a fun-filled adventure story!

A Developmental Movement Intervention Program with a fun-filled adventure story!

This Active Storybook can be used as a Developmental Movement Intervention Program to engage children who need extra support to improve motor skills, core strength, concentration and focus, reduce fidgeting and improve academic progress. Children who show signs of developmental immaturity benefit greatly from targeted exercises, however ALL children will show signs of improvement in these areas, so all children can participate in this activity together. Show the pages on the interactive whiteboard for reciprocal reading, and perform the exercises when prompted to do so.

By educationinmotion20

Active Bingo - mix mental maths with functional movement.

Active Bingo - mix mental maths with functional movement.

A Developmental Movement Intervention Program tool to engage children who need extra support to improve motor skills, core strength, concentration and focus, reduce fidgeting and improve academic progress. Children who show signs of developmental immaturity benefit greatly from targeted exercises, however ALL children will show signs of improvement in these areas, so all children can participate in this activity together.Every child loves playing Bingo - now you can play Bingo with a twist!

By educationinmotion20

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Keep Calm and Feelings Flash Cards  Bundle

Keep Calm and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Feelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel:The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Happy 2.Lonely 3. Mad 4. Proud 5. Sad 6. Embarrassed 7. Sheepish 8. Shy 9. Skeptical 10. Suprised 11. Worried 12. Disappointed Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Anxious 2. Bored 3. Confused 4. Enraged 5. Excited 6. Hurt 7. Mad- Accusatory 8. Mad- Indignant 9. Peeved-Tantruming 10. Proud 11. Scared 12. Shy 13. Smug- Self- Important 14. Startled 15. Stressed Keep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and Teens: Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc... These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions. It includes: Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescence Reasons why students are not calm Signs when students are not calm What we want our students to know Calming strategies include: 1. Talk it out 2. Draw 3. Paint 4. Write 5. Read 6. Exercise 7. Think of Positives 8. Listen to Music 9. Breathe 10. Walk 11. Meditate 12. Cook 13. Bake 14. Dance 15. Play sports 16.Play musical instruments 17. Hang out with friends 18. Watch your favourite television shows 19. Clean your room 20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors 21. Drink water 22. Count 1, 2, 3 23. Go to the beach 24. Gardening 25. Stargazing 26. Surfing 27. Swimming 28. Knitting 29. Riding a bike 30.Fishing 31. Pottery 32.Wood-work 33.Cross-stitching 34. Make a scrapbook 35. Tinkering with technology 36. Photography 37. Make a Video 38. Snorkeling 39. Visit a museum 40. Visit a library 41. Sewing 42. Play video games 43. Do yoga 44. Visit a zoo 45. Scuba diving 46. Go on a road trip 47. Visit an amusement park 48. Identify your feelings 49. Do pilates 50. Hiking

By kitcelcorner

Summer Building Sentences Activity for Speech Therapy

Summer Building Sentences Activity for Speech Therapy

Forming Sentences (21 pages) for Autism and Special Education, Speech Therapy, OTForming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words as sentence starters. It is perfect for early readers. This is also an activity to practice identifying the attributes of what, the number, and the color of a group of items. There are 15 groups of items. The student will match the corresponding picture to answer the questions - What? How Many? There are 2 ways to use this file:1. Print the first 15 pages and use the pages as a “cut and paste” activity. The students will use glue to paste the correct answers where necessary.2. Print all the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Cut out the pages containing the numbers and pictures. There are 2 pages that serve as boards for the types of answers (“what?”, “how many?”). Use Velcro on the back side of each card and in the middle of each blank square on the boards as well as on each square containing the questions. Thus the activity can be reused as many times as needed. *** Students can build 2 types of sentences:-using cards with words and hints (dots for the numers and pictures for the object words), then-using cards with only words, as shown on the title page.This is a great matching activity for K and 1st gr and for students with autism.

By angiesiddd

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Self-Esteem Affirmation and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Self-Esteem Affirmation and Feelings Flash Cards Bundle

Self -Esteem Affirmation Cards: These 75 affirmation cards are a great way to boost your student's self-esteem. This could serve as an acknowledgment and recognition for their good traits. It could serve as a positive reinforcement for their good behaviour. It could also help your students identify their good traits especially for those students who are socially shy.Cards include:1. I am good at Math2. I am good at Art3. I am good at organizing4. I am good with computers5. I am good at singing6. I am healthy7. I am good at reading8. I am good at sports9. I am good at Science10. I am good in studying11. I am good at Geography12. I am good at teamwork13. I am good at writing14. I am good at taking down notes15. I am good at making friends16. I am hardworking17. I am cheerful18. I am confident19. I am self-assured20. I am trustworthy21. I am obedient22. I am nice23. I am good at sharing24. I am good at learning25. I am good at ideas26. I am proud27. I am a winner28. I am a happy person29. I am creative30. I am helpful31. I am loved32.I am brave33.I have many friends34.I am important35. I am athletic36. I am unique37. I am cool38. I am good in music39. I am beautiful40. I enjoy learning41. I enjoy having fun42. I enjoy eating43. I accept myself44. I am respectful45. I am loving46. I am kind47. I am awesome48. I enjoy challenges49. I always try to do my best50. I am honest 51.I am patient52.I am humble53.I am understanding54.I am reliable55.I have a great imagination56. I am a star57. I make good decisions58. I think first before I act59. I am good at listening to other people60. I am good at dancing61. I am dependable62. I am supportive63. I am good at encouraging others64. I try my best to take care of the environment65. I am a good leader66. I am good at planning67. I am good at research68. I am resourceful69. I am good at taking photos70. I am good at cooking71. I am good at baking72. I try to be neat and clean73. I enjoy going to school74. I believe in myself75. I enjoy the outdoorsFeelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions.The 27 feelings/emotions are:Girls emotions/feelings:1. Happy2.Lonely3. Mad4. Proud5. Sad6. Embarrassed7. Sheepish8. Shy9. Skeptical10. Suprised11. Worried12. DisappointedBoys' emotions and feelings:1. Anxious2. Bored3. Confused4. Enraged5. Excited6. Hurt7. Mad- Accusatory8. Mad- Indignant9. Peeved-Tantruming10. Proud11. Scared12. Shy13. Smug- Self- Important14. Startled15. Stressed

By kitcelcorner

Geography: Map skills

Geography: Map skills

Geography: Map skillsA set of TWO crosswords: Map skills 1 and Map skills 2and TWO bonus puzzles: The India Region and the Australasia RegionSuitable for Key Stage 3 Geography, GCSE/IGCSE, or A Levels/IB Diploma.Each crossword makes an excellent group or individual activity and can be used as a revision/reinforcement activity. In-class or for homework. These puzzles are great for stashing away to be used when colleagues are absent.Answers included.

By BFP

Geography: Weather & Climate Crosswords

Geography: Weather & Climate Crosswords

Geography: Weather & Climate CrosswordsA set of TEN crosswords: The Water Cycle, Weather, Rain, Anti-cyclones and Depressions, Climate, and Micro-climates. And Climate Change.Suitable for Key Stage 3 Geography, GCSE/IGCSE, or A Levels/IB Diploma.Each crossword makes an excellent group or individual activity and can be used as a revision/reinforcement activity. In-class or for homework. These puzzles are great for stashing away to be used when colleagues are absent.Answers included.

By BFP

Geography: Geographical Enquiry Skills

Geography: Geographical Enquiry Skills

Suitable for Key Stage 3 Geography, GCSE/IGCSE, or A Levels/IB Diploma.Bonus puzzles: European capitals, African capitals, Asian capitals.Each crossword makes an excellent group or individual activity and can be used as a revision/reinforcement activity. In-class or for homework. These puzzles are great for stashing away to be used when colleagues are absent.Answers included.

By BFP

Geography: Tectonic Processes Crosswords

Geography: Tectonic Processes Crosswords

Geography: Tectonic Processes CrosswordsThe Earth, Boundaries, Volcanoes, Eathquakes and 3 bonus puzzles (USA & Canada, Central America, South America).Suitable for Key Stage 3 Geography, GCSE/IGCSE, or A Levels/IB Diploma.Each crossword makes an excellent group or individual activity and can be used as a revision/reinforcement activity. In-class or for homework. These puzzles are great for stashing away to be used when colleagues are absent.Answers included.

By BFP

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Counsellor's Kit: Relationship and Intrapersonal Management

Counsellor's Kit: Relationship and Intrapersonal Management

This counselor kit bundle includes 4 of our products which focuses on tips on healthy relationship in school, keep calm strategies for tweens and teens and working effectively with difficult, defiant and non-compliant students.This bundle includes:Relationship 101: Tips for a happy and healthy relationshipKeep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tweens and TeensKeep Calm: Calming Strategies for Tween and TeensWorking Effectively with Difficult, Defiant and Non-Compliant StudentsRelationship 101:This mini-lesson comes in handy to teach to your students on the first day of school. It will help set the tone of the things you expect from them as a class and remind them of how to treat their teachers and classmates throughout the school year.Keep Calm: Strategies for Tweens and Teens: Our tweens and teens go through a lot of changes and these changes often make them feel anxious, stressed, worried, frustrated, angry, etc. These 50 calming strategies could help your students to keep their focus and concentration, develop and enhance good coping skills as well as self-regulate. It could help them to stay calm and assist them in managing the situation and their emotions.It includes:Brief discussion of pre-adolescence and adolescenceReasons why students are not calmSigns when students are not calmWhat we want our students to knowCalming strategies include:1. Talk it out2. Draw3. Paint4. Write5. Read6. Exercise7. Think of Positives8. Listen to Music9. Breathe10. Walk11. Meditate12. Cook13. Bake14. Dance15. Play sports16.Play musical instruments17. Hang out with friends18. Watch your favourite television shows19. Clean your room20. Go out and enjoy the outdoors21. Drink water22. Count 1, 2, 323. Go to the beach24. Gardening25. Stargazing26. Surfing27. Swimming28. Knitting29. Riding a bike30.Fishing31. Pottery32.Wood-work33.Cross-stitching34. Make a scrapbook35. Tinkering with technology36. Photography37. Make a Video38. Snorkeling39. Visit a museum40. Visit a library41. Sewing42. Play video games43. Do yoga44. Visit a zoo45. Scuba diving46. Go on a road trip47. Visit an amusement park48. Identify your feelings49. Do pilates50. HikingWorking Effectively with Difficult, Defiant and Non-Compliant Students: This is a professional development for administration and faculty in handling difficult students. Tips are given how to identify these students, why they are behaving the way they do and how to handle these students.This can be used during faculty meetings, to new teachers to arm them with more knowledge and for the tenured teachers as a refresher information.

By kitcelcorner

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Teacher and Counsellor's Kit: Getting To Know Your Students More

Teacher and Counsellor's Kit: Getting To Know Your Students More

This bundle includes 3 of our products. It includes:*Conversation Starters for Teachers and Counselors*Getting Acquainted: Initial Interview Guide* Feelings Flash cards: How Do I FeelConversation Starters for Teachers and Counselors: This product contains 100 plus conversation starters that teachers and counselors can use.This product is best used for middle school year children aged 11-13 years old.It is divided into 5 categories:a. Familyb. Selfc. Schoold. Friendse. Anything under the sunIt also comes with blank templates that you can use to write your own questions for each category.Getting Acquainted: Initial Interview Guide: This guide can be used by teachers and counselors to get acquainted with their students. They can easily establish rapport with these short interview guide and they can also take down notes about their observations and impressions of the student.Feelings Flash Cards: How Do I Feel: The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. They also come in black & white.The 27 feelings/emotions are:Girls emotions/feelings:1. Happy2.Lonely3. Mad4. Proud5. Sad6. Embarrassed7. Sheepish8. Shy9. Skeptical10. Suprised11. Worried12. DisappointedBoys' emotions and feelings:1. Anxious2. Bored3. Confused4. Enraged5. Excited6. Hurt7. Mad- Accusatory8. Mad- Indignant9. Peeved-Tantruming10. Proud11. Scared12. Shy13. Smug- Self- Important14. Startled15. Stressed

By kitcelcorner

Action Words Autism Communication Cards

Action Words Autism Communication Cards

Action Words Autism Communication Cards, Visuals, Pecs (4 pages)The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use velcro on the back side of each card for pecs purpose. The cards will help students with autism and special needs develop vocabulary.The 42 cards include the following words: cook, read, sleep, write, swing, jump, smell, laugh, brush (hair/teeth), swim, call, drink, wash, cry, dance, sing, walk, play. watch, run, draw, shop, study, smile, sneeze, give, eat, pray, think, blow, plant, listen, play (guitar), cut, look, ski, fish, knit, bath, crawl, climb.

By angiesiddd

Autism Activity - What Do You Do With It?

Autism Activity - What Do You Do With It?

What Do You Do With It?- Autism Activity (11 pages)This is a great activity for students with autism and special needs.The pages must to be printed on photo paper and laminated. The cards must be cut out. Use some velcro in the middle of each blank square on the boards and on the back side of each card. Have the students answer the questions using the cards.There are 24 questions including the following objects: apple, scissors, headphones, television, bicycle, pencils, ball, candy, doll, fork, pen, knife, hat, books, juice, phone, soap, toothbrush, hairbrush, phone, glasses, guitar, swing, handkerchief.

By angiesiddd

Autism Communication Cards - Back to School

Autism Communication Cards - Back to School

Autism Communication Cards- Back to School can be used as pecs cards, or flash cards for matching activities. It is also good for spelling and reading activities for small children as well as for kids with autism and special needs.There are 2 pages with 24 cards that must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use some velcro on the back side of each card for pecs purpose.The words included: blackboard, books, chalk, clips, colored pencils, crayons, folder, glue, laptop, notebooks, pen, pencil case, pencil, eraser, scissors, ruler, backpack, school bus, school, sharpener, desk, teacher, markers, classroom.

By angiesiddd

Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards- Kitchen Tools

Autism & Special Needs Communication Cards- Kitchen Tools

There are 48 cards that will help students with autism and special needs learn kitchen tools: ice cream scoop, garlic press, mortar, cup, potato masher, ice tray, tongs, whisk, spatula, oven, pot, bowl, plate, juicer, cutting board, thermos, hand juicer, mixer, corkscrew, can opener, table & chairs, blender, glass, jug, sieve, spoon, refrigerator, stove, sink, tray, napkins, knife, mincer, oven glove, kettle, cookie cutters, microwave, grater, fork, apron, peeler, colander, ladle, pan, rolling pin, wooden spoon, toaster, electric kettle.The pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use velcro on the back side of each card for pecs purpose.

By angiesiddd

Fall Yes No Questions for Special Education

Fall Yes No Questions for Special Education

Yes/No Questions - FALL Worksheets (6 pages)This is a great activity to target basic yes/no questions, good for students with autism and special needs.There are 6 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Have the students answer the questions and circle the right answer. Use dry erase markers to write on the cards.

By angiesiddd

Autism Communication Cards - Food Vocabulary

Autism Communication Cards - Food Vocabulary

There are 48 photo cards for Autism and Special Needs. The 4 pages must be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use some velcro on the back side of each card.The cards can be also used for pre-K and K for learning Food Vocabulary.The words included: apple pie, bacon, bread, butter, cake, cereal, cheese, cheeseburger, chicken soup, chips, chocolate, cookies, cream soup, croissant, donut, egg, fish, fried egg, fries, fruits, honey, hot dog, ice cream, jam, jellies, juice, mashed potatoes, milk, muffin, pancakes, pasta, pizza, popcorn, rice, roasted chicken, salad, salt, sandwich, sausage, steak, sugar, sushi, tea, toast, tomato soup, water, vegetables, yogurt.

By angiesiddd

Alphabet Cut and Paste Activity

Alphabet Cut and Paste Activity

Alphabet Cut and Paste Activity (27 pages), Beginning Sounds for Autism, Special Education, Kindergarten, 1st, ESLThe cut and paste worksheets are meant to help children learn and recognize letters and distinguish the initial sound in a word. This is an activity for learning the alphabet. After recognizing the letter on the page, the student will pronounce the name of each picture. Then the pictures that start with that sound must be cut and pasted in the squares below the letter of the alphabet. ***You can also use this resource over and over with your students if you print the pages on photo paper and laminate them. Have the letter boards cut out as well as the picture cards. Use some velcro in the middle of each blank square and on the back side of each letter. You can make a book for your students to use when necessary.This product may be also used for students with autism and special needs.

By angiesiddd

Communication Comfort Cards

Communication Comfort Cards

This is a set of three colour-based communication cards that are a wonderful aid for the able and disabled alike. However, they can be particularly useful with those that have an autistic spectrum disorder. They are an easy and effective way for people to let staff members, classmates, friends or almost anyone know how they feel about communicating at that point in time.Each card is 3 x 4 and fit easily inside a name badge holder. Alternatively, you can laminate them and use a hole punch before threading them onto a lanyard.This set includes both a UK and US friendly versions; along with a set for those that are familiar with this system and also one for those that are new to it.I hope this simple aid can help your students, family or friends to communicate more effectively! If you have any feedback please get in touch.

By cbmorris1

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SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

Individual Educational Plan to specifically support SEND students. Use the strategies in your lessons to differentiate for SEND students. These plans were drawn up to support in Humanities lessons but would transfer to other subjects.Local Authority, Ofsted have said that is is exemplary SEND practice. I have written codes for the below areas of need. On your lesson plan write the code and the strategy number next to the initials of the child. Keep the IEPs in your teaching file with the students name on. Practical strategies that support the new SEND code of practice. Various strategies to use in lessons depending on the need of the child. Area of SEND need covered includes:SPLD Dyslexia General Literacy difficultiesDyscalculia DyspraxiaADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity DisorderBESD Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties including ODD Oppositional Defiant DisorderAutismAsperger Syndrome Hearing ImpairedEditable file to personalise to your department.

By lesleyann75