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Morning meeting greeting visuals to spruce up your classroom morning meeting routine! Print these visuals and post in your morning meeting area. Every morning each student participates in the morning meeting routine and has the opportunity to come to the front of the class and say good morning to
Have you always wanted amazing fine motor activities to use in your classroom but didn't know where to start? This product is designed for you to create 36 awesome fine motor kits to use for morning work, rotations, free choice or support at home. Once prepped, these are simple to put out for the ch
Tracing and Writing Practice for Special EducationThis Binder includes 110 pages of Beginning Writing Skills for students who are not yet independently writing. Laminate these pages and use a dry erase for extended use or print copies for homework! WHAT'S INCLUDED?Unit 1: Trace the LineUnit 2: Trace
Click here to see part 2 Form-a-Phrase: Describing!Form-a-Phrase and Form-a-Sentence Dough Mats!Includes:-12 Form-a-Sentence mats-12 Form-a-Phrase mats-Boom Cards option! (requires a Boom Learning account) Click the link in the Preview for a free demo.Verbs included are:CuttingShopping (buying)Build
Task box systems are a perfect for a special education classroom. This simple template will help build independence for your students during their task box rotations in the classroom. Simply break down simple task boxes into 2, 3, 4 or 5 step directions. Photograph each step and create a cue car
An interactive bundle to target articulation and language skills. This gross motor activity is perfect to get the end of year wiggles out during your speech therapy sessions! This activity has been created to make speech therapy planning easy with your preschool and early elementary mixed groups. Gr
Articulation smash mats: 52 play dough pizza mats targeting 23 phonemes and 1 blank play dough pizza mat to personalize. These play dough mats are used to engage children in interactive fun while working on speech sounds and providing fine motor practice as well. I have used these play dough mats wh
All the visuals needed to toilet train in your classroom! Visual schedules are a key element to teaching student's with disabilities daily routines. These schedules can teach kids to become independent and to master daily routines without the prompting of an adult. This product got a large update
What's Included? Check out the video preview by clicking HEREThis Writing Through The Year Daily Journal Bundle is designed for beginning writers. There are seven levels of Journal pages included. 180 student Daily Journals come in 7 designs. The seven designs included are cut and paste, tracing, b
This packet targets identifying emotions. It includes print and go worksheets for three levels and an interactive book. In general, 8 emotions are targeted consistently each section: happy, sad, angry, confused, excited, scared, surprised, and tired.Level OneThere are twenty pages in this section, a
I SEE ...Interactive Book for Autism and Special Education, Speech Therapy.Click here for No Print No Prep Building Sentences Boom Cards. Forming sentences is very important for young learners or those with autism. This activity uses real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sigh
SIMPLE WRITING CURRICULUM LEVEL 2: SENTENCE BUILDING FOR SPECIAL EDThis binder directly teaches the skill of sentence building to students with special needs! (*Students must have beginning writing skills to use this binder!) Laminate these pages and use a dry erase for extended use! Print copies f
This is a set of 100 different popsicle stick cards. Students copy the picture pattern using popsicle sticks. These are great for morning tubs, stem bins, early finisher activities, math centers and even indoor recess time. They are a hit with my first graders.Super easy to prep and use. The cards a
There are 60 sorting mats included in this resource! These mats are intended to be used as a companion for any of your sessions. All mats are sized to fit in a small 6x4 photo box for easy storage. This is a fun way to target articulation, syllable shapes, blends, final consonants, and multisyllabic
Updated July 2020 with a duplicate set with a plain white background. Included:Tracing horizontal lines, Tracing vertical lines,Tracing curved lines,Tracing crosses,Tracing slanted lines,Tracing the letters T, V, O, C,Outlining shapes (can be used with play dough, yarn, toy cars, etc.) ,Cards with
This fine motor skills tracing task box Task Card set contains 132 “Task Box Filler” task cards for tracing lines, letters, numbers, and shapes! For beginners and those who could really use the extra practice, there’s something for everyone in this task card set! Some tracing task cards show a clear
Color recognition and making patterns are an early set of skills students are expected to learn. Use this leveled, pattern set of test tube pattern cards to create a math or fine motor center for students to strengthen both skills.Learn more in this blog post.What is included?• 196 different pattern
This kit is full of everything you need to provide visual support for your therapy sessions. Now includes a Digital Google Slides Option for teletherapy/distance learning. It was originally designed for speech therapy sessions but it also contains images and boards that will work for school-based/pe
Simple Fine Motor Centers for Special EducationThe Simple Fine Motor Centers are the perfect way to implement a fine motor activities to your classroom in a structured way!WHAT CENTERS ARE INCLUDED?+ Trace It- Trace the line + Punch It- Hole punch + Staple It- Staple paper+ Cut It- Cut the lines+ Po
Play-Doh is fun and all, but it is also has a lot of benefits. Did you know that doh is fabulous for fine motor practice? Play-Doh can be squished, squeezed, rolled, cut, poked, and more! All of these actions assist in fine motor development. Why is this important? Because it helps them become
The best language therapy is engaging, hands-on, and addresses IEP goals. These pizza smash mats do all of these things! Students use play dough to make pepperonis during this interactive therapy activity. Be prepared to see your students stay focused and on task the entire session! Language Pizza
Valentine's Day is the perfect holiday for heart crafts! Whether kids are learning about hearts, friendship, gratitude or simply enjoying a Valentine's Day activity at home, this open-ended Valentine's Day craft is a fun way to extend your February unit.This Heart Hedgehog is a fun homemade Valentin
This resource includes 10 large motor movement cards and an individual mini schedule you can use to get your students moving.Perfect for:• Open gym• Indoor recess• Brain breaks• Transitions• Gym class• Morning meeting• Outdoor recess• Sensory breaksMotor Movements Include:• Run• Walk backwards• Walk
This collection contains images of children to different exercises and activities.The images included in this set are: Images include children doing different physical activities: climbing, running, trampolining, hopping, skipping, balancing, doing splits, stretching, doing a handstand and jumping.

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