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Put a little more fun and cuteness into Play-Doh time with these personalized playdough lables. Use these labels for the first day of Kindergarten, a special birthday favor or just to label any of your Play-Doh containers!! Read more about how I used these labels HERE. Don't forget to follow my T
Keep therapy attendance all on one page. Easy documentation to share at meetings since it is for the individual student.
This is an editable blank therapy schedule. It is set up as a chart with columns titled Monday-Friday and rows in 30 minute increments from 8:00am to 2:30 pm. (Which are our typical elementary school day hours) If you like the layout and need a different start/end time -or- need your times to be in
Build fine motor skills with these lace up cards. Available in color and black and white.
Editable case history form for speech therapy.
Keep track of your students' speech or any therapy sessions. Easy to use calendar that also tracks/codes reasons for unattended therapy sessions.
Here is another free communication board for use at APE or Motor Lab or other physical/gross motor activities. It has 32 symbol spaces, uses Symbol Stix and relies on a base of core words. Check out my other free communication boards, including one for the library. Also check out my other activ
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Imagination Action Journeys are 10 fun filled stories that encourage literacy, physical activity, imagination and creativity. Children will enjoy reading and acting out the stories. These can be completed indoors or outdoors with one child or a group of children. What a great way to promote liter
Simple data sheet for school-based therapy services. Designed for several goals being targeted in one session
For Specialists or Teachers! *Blank top row for dates*Blank lines along right side for names*Make as many copies as necessary for your caseload*Coded abbreviations for absences/reasons*Simple design keeps focus on data
Over 40 slides, some slide have animations and transition. I’ve included eight extra slides so you can add information or photos. In this Self-Contained - "Parent Night" PowerPoint, I’ve included slides on the following topics: • IEP Goals • Inclusion • Picture Schedules • PECS • Social Stories •
Tired of the same old brain breaks or physical therapy routine? Mix it up with this winter themed workout! Perfect for the classroom or therapy setting.This is one of the workouts in my 8 holiday-themed workout pack -get the pack here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fun-themed-workouts-
Pictures depict different kinds of Exercise. The name of exercise is at the top...below that is a picture of that exercise. I use this for my students with autism or my deaf students. I put them on cardstock and lamanated them to make cards. I can also play games with them.
Product is made for efficient progress monitoring and easy access to student information. Designed for recording attendance, therapy minutes, group number, activities, goals, and progress on objectives for students with Individualized Education Plans. Made for multi-day treatment with weekly dat
This is a set of posters that can be hung on the wall. These posters form a station where students can go to release extra energy. They get hung vertically in a place where it won't cause other students to become distracted. This will hopefully help out some of those students who just can't sit s
This is a set of 26 large lacing cards. There is one for each letter of the alphabet. These are great for building fine motor skills and also letter recognition. The holes can be punched with a standard single hole punch. Just add a shoelace or some yarn.
Here are the cards you can laminate to go with the instruction page..... Do you need to calm your class after PE, lunch or recreation?? PICK BLUE Do you need to raise their energy levels between desk work periods?? PICK RED Do you want your class to move but they are at a good energy level? PICK
This is the physical therapy version of my Beginning of the Year form. Attractive and functional it is a great way to advocate for physical therapy's role in the schools and begin a conversation with classroom teachers! A letter introduces the teacher to school-based occupational therapy, as well as
I created this grading rubric for the FitnessGram Tests. It is based off of progression. We do FitnessGram 5x throughout the school year at my school. The first is a diagnostic and graded for effort. Then, from each test, students are graded on increasing (or reaching the max, or some the top 1/3 of
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Title: IEP Goals Related to the Common Core for OT/PT Grades 3-5 By: Your Therapy Source Inc Summary: Download to align ELA and Math standards for grades 3-5 with educationally relevant OT/PT goals Product Details: E-Book: 213 pages Language: English Delivered electronically in PDF format Su
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Physical Therapy Awards The set of awards perfect to use with your physical therapy kiddos! Use them throughout the year, at the end of a physical therapy session, or when your kiddo completes physical therapy! 11 different award certificates to choose from. See preview to see awards 14 Pages
This contact log is especially good for therapists (or teachers) who have to document any contact with parents. I have included spots to check off whether the contact is via email, phone call, voice mail, or face-to-face meetings. This form is intended as a running record and not for each individ
This form was generated as a means to obtain teacher input on a student when generating or updating an individualized education program (IEP). This form may be edited to suit your specific needs and your district or state requirements.
A common problem for physical educators is children that forget to wear their tennis shoes. This editable word file contains a tennis reminder that can be given to kids that forget to wear their tennis shoes to physical education class. I always keep these reminders handy in the gym to hand out

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