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This is a collection of visuals, schedules, social stories, and communication aides designed specifically for art class! Students with special needs and autism can struggle during specials. Utilize the same supports that are successful in their classroom! This resource will help reduce problem behav
This is a collection of visuals, schedules, social stories, and communication aides designed specifically for music class! Students with special needs and autism can struggle during specials. Utilize the same supports that are successful in their classroom! This resource will help reduce problem beh
This is a collection of visuals, schedules, social stories, and communication aides designed specifically for gym class! Students with special needs and autism can struggle during specials. Utilize the same supports that are successful in their classroom! This resource will help reduce problem beh
Aesop's fable, The Tortoise and the Hare, comes to life in this reproducible student reader, reading game, and puppet show/retelling kit! Your students will enjoy reading and retelling the story, and can then follow up with the game to reinforce vocabulary from the book. Updated September 2019 to
Visuals are a great way to help students who have difficulty initiating the necessary language skills when they need them most! These visual choice door signs can help your students to identify (from a list of choices) their need and express themselves (whether it be with vocal language, a picture e
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Aesop's fable, The Shepherd Who Cried Wolf, comes to life in this reproducible student reader, reading game, and puppet show/retelling kit! Your students will enjoy reading and retelling the story, and can then follow up with the game to reinforce vocabulary from the book. Presented in a fun, game
WELCOME to Child Development. Everyone is a developer of children whether you plan on having kids or not. Children are our future and we will depend on them to continue the functioning of society. If we lose our children we lose our future. We will focus on how to develop children into the best
This social story can be used with a variety of students and ages. It will tell the student how to greet a friend appropriately, the steps to greeting a friend, and ways to not greet a friend. This can be used as individual support, small group support, or whole group support. Please visit my sto
I made this for a friend of mine who had a child that forcefully threw toys when she became mad or frustrated. Feel free to edit as needed, but this social story is about why throwing toys is not okay. This was made in Power Point, so you can adjust the size of the pages for the book depending on
Today we will look at DAP quality care using the examples of Miss Honey and Ms.Trunchbull. Since these characteristics are the foundation of this course, they will just be introduce it and then covered more each day throughout the semester. Every detail you need to have an organized and engaging les
This product has been developed to be used with students with Autism or other Developmental Disabilities and can be used for a wide range of ages. Students with ASD respond better to following visual instructions compared to verbal instructions. These visual reminders strips will help to promote i
Does your child or student tantrum, cry, or protest when it is time to transition at school. Mentally take your child/student step-step through the process of transitioning in the school day. Interactive, comprehensive social story for young children struggling with transitions in the school day. Th
This free resource is a great example of how you can use tiles and templates together - a system. I have included a variety of templates to suit your regular routine. Use the templates to create and reinforce a bedtime routine. This consistency will help create much needed structure in the world of
Today, students will become the specialists on baby proofing a house. Groups will create a flyer or pamphlet on one of the assigned 14 topics and then share it with the class so that workbook notes can be completed on it.**This is also the day set aside for the students to teach their group lesson p
As we enter our last age of development, the preschooler, we begin with their amazing physical skills. Remember, these kids have only been around for about 36 months. That is as long as the student is in high school. Look at how much these kids have learned! Students will be able to show what they h
How about understanding social and emotional traits through a bean bag experience set up around the room? After this information has been discussed, students will perform various simple bean bag tasks on their own or with friends to demonstrate their personality traits, social tendencies, and emotio
This lesson plan goes over the class expectations and also identifies the rights of children and the responsibilities that caregivers have to honor these rights.-All of the necessary components are incorporated into this lesson plan including resources, supplies, and specific instructions for activi
Now that the Child Development classroom's fictitious child has reached their second year of life or one year's old, a different level of physical growth and development is taking place and we do not want to miss any of it. Through hands on activities and learning, students will begin to understand
Today is the day when a teenager realizes that they are not much different than, and can actually relate to or understand, a toddler or the year's of the "terrible two's". More hands on experiences help the student to identify with the toddler and develop means to guiding a child through these emot
Today we will look at DAP quality care using the examples of Miss Honey and Ms.Trunchbull. Since these characteristics are the foundation of this course, they will just be introduce it and then covered more each day throughout the semester. Every detail you need to have an organized and engaging le
This is a social story written for children who have difficulty when hearing the word "no" from an adult. It teaches appropriate responses when they are mad to hearing this trigger- "no". The story validates their feelings and right to be mad. It gives them verbal scripts to use when upset (replacin
A trip to the eye doctor can be a challenging experience for children on the autism spectrum. Preparation prior to the visit is key to a successful experience. Using social stories to prepare children with autism for upcoming experiences has been proven by research to be an effective tool. This soci
Script for children who have high energy and need help coming up with strategies for appropriate ways to decrease their energy in school.
How does a child learn, gain information, and understand the world around them? Through their senses. Students will have a sensory input day (such as pudding finger painting) to introduce the concept of cognitive development and how a child develops it in the first year of life.-All of the necessar

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