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HANDWRITING Begins Here ~ Capitals First! ~ Explicit Instruction Uppercase
Quality handwriting instruction involves more than providing letter worksheets. If you have been giving dashed-line alphabetical-order handwriting worksheets to your students, consider upgrading your handwriting instruction to include research-based best practices. A succinct scope is shared in the

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How to Draw Halloween (English)
Simple 8-step instructions to draw 12 favourite Halloween images. Perfect for teaching "guided-drawing" lessons. Includes easy to follow instructions for drawing a skeleton, a mummy, a witch, a vampire, a bat, an owl, a cat, a pumpkin, a ghost, a monster, a spider and a haunted house.
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How to Draw Fairy Tales (English)
Simple 8-step instructions to draw 12 favourite Fairy Tale images. Perfect for teaching "guided-drawing" lessons. Includes easy to follow instructions for drawing: - a castle - a princess - a prince - a queen - a king - a dragon - a knight - a wizard - a carriage - a unicorn - a mermaid - a gingerb
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Sensory Bin Guide
Grab this guide to plan sensory bins for the year ahead, enjoy with your own little ones over the summer, provide ideas for parents or to create a fun birthday gift (that's what I did!). This Sensory Bin Guide contains a visual choice board as well as Activity Guide pages to create nine different
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Pencil Grasp Reference Sheet
A reference guide to early pencil grasps, inefficient and efficient pencil grasps. Clear descriptions, age ranges and photographs. Read more at Your Kids OT (http://www.yourkidsot.com/blog/pencil-grasp-reference-sheet).
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Developing a Fine Motor Program for Children - Article by Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR
Developing a Fine Motor Program for Children - Article by Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR Ever wonder how to work on fine motor skills from an occupational therapists perspective? This is a comprehensive article that will go over hand skills and intervention techniques for children ages 3 - 6. This articl
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How to Draw Fairy Tales (French)
Simple 8-step instructions to draw 12 favourite Fairy Tale images. Perfect for teaching "guided-drawing" lessons. Includes easy to follow instructions for drawing: - un château - une princesse - un prince - une reine - un chevalier - un bonhomme en pain d’épices - un roi - un sorcier - une carrosse
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How to Draw Halloween (French)
Simple 8-step instructions to draw 12 favourite Halloween images. Perfect for teaching "guided-drawing" lessons. Includes easy to follow instructions for drawing: - un squelette - une momie - une sorcière - un vampire - une chauve-souris - un hibou - un chat - une citrouille - un fantôme - un monst
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Working Towards Star Chart (Great for Special Ed)! 6 Star Edition
*This edition is a six task board with colorful stars. Some kids need a constant visual reminder of what they are working towards. This is a great resource for any ages. I use them with fourth graders who have Autism and other differing abilities. For example, they hate typing and thinking of sente
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Teacher's Checklists for Eye Tracking and Vision Perception
A "Must Have" for all teachers! This packet includes background information of all teachers about the importance of VISION and LEARNING and offers a simple method to identify students of all ages with eye tracking and vision perception difficulties. This packet includes definitions for teachers and
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IEP Goals SMARTER Starter Guide
This Starter Guide is designed for everyone at the IEP table. This is a valuable tool for parents, advocates, school staff, administrators, and university professors who teach college students in education majors and related services fields. It can be used for professional development, parent traini
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Sensory Integration Disorder Assessment
Very easy to understand classroom-based assessment for special educators and classroom teachers alike, as well as parents and other staff members and professionals who work with students. Good for data-recording with regard to dates observed of certain behaviors. Add anecdotal note page to document
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SMARTER IEP Goal Planning Guide
This planning guide assists IEP teams with planning goals that meet all 13 federal compliance requirements. It includes a time-saving structure with worksheets that help teams stay on track and work together when developing goals for students. This guide helps parents and professionals understand th
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Are you wondering if you have the tools and the time to teach handwriting? This video provides a brief overview of the new Handwriting Heroes program and shows you the key elements that makes this program so effective and engaging!
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Visual Stress and Brain Gym: Learning , Attention and Behavior.
Assessment, activities, lesson plans, and effective strategies for addressing sensory stress and sensory processing disorders affecting reading, math, attention, behavior, handwriting, communication, movement/sports, and much more.
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Shower Social Story
A short social story about showering. Takes the student step by step for a shower routine.
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IEP Goals: SMARTER Prioritization Worksheet
Does your IEP team know how to prioritize? This is a valuable tool for parents, advocates, school staff, administrators, and university professors who teach college students in education majors and related services fields. The specific skill sets and behaviors to target for an IEP goal must directly
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Special Education-Sensory Targets
Reference this chart while you create differentiated lesson plans and/or post it in your classroom! This "sensory targets" chart helps to explain how different specific sensory input is received as well as offers some ideas to address the specific sensory target. I use this in my classroom as a re
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Guide to Printing Lowercase Alphabet
Use this guide to help a child form lowercase letters using simple and consistent action words. This guide is part of the workbook Heads, Tummies, & Tails: A Smart Guide to Printing Lowercase Letters.
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Working Towards Star Chart (Great for Special Ed)! 5 Bird Edition
*This edition is a five task board with colorful birds. Some kids need a constant visual reminder of what they are working towards. This is a great resource for any ages. I use them with fourth graders who have Autism and other differing abilities. For example, they hate typing and thinking of sent
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Excerise Balls in the Classroom! An Introductory Guide
I am so excited that you are thinking about using stability balls in your classroom—it was the best decision that I have made as a teacher! With the stability balls the kids seem to think that learning is fun and enjoyable! This guide has all my resources that I have developed over the past 3 years
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Sensory Diet Survey  (use with Zones of Regulation)
Take a survey to see what sensory items should be incorporated into your student or child's diet to help them regulate their sensory needs.
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Sensory Diet Planning Guide
A Sensory Diet is a carefully designed, personalized daily schedule of sensory enriched activities, equipment and strategies used to help a child feel calm, stay alert and be organized throughout the day. This Sensory Diet Planning Guide is the perfect resource for planning the activities and strat
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FREE Fillable Working Towards Boxes for Star Charts (GREAT for Special Ed)
Some kids need a constant visual reminder of what they are working towards. These token boards are great with that. I use them with students with Autism and other disability during almost all academic tasks every day (Especially the subjects that aren't their favorite). For example, asking studen
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