Parent handouts are an easy way to help parents support their child’s learning at home! It’s super simple. Just print and send home! You can send the parent letters home at the beginning of the year, on various parent nights, at parent teacher conferences, before summer, or attach to your newslett
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to build fine motor skills? In this packet you will receive 40+ fine motor mats! The mats call for just a few supplies that you most likely already have on hand; fuzzy pom poms, clothes pin, and stickers! Print/laminate the mats and gather your materials
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 their peers. Every student has the opportunity to choose which greeting they choose fo
Make IEP goal progress monitoring easy with this form!
Now includes a fillable (semi-editable) version!
Each quarter (or trimester), you'll need to keep track of a student's IEP goals. With this chart, it is easy! Just print, fill in the goal, put in a binder, and each week (or
Handwriting instruction, initial sounds, and phonetic word practice for kindergarten or beginning first grade. Upgrade your printing instruction to include research-based best-practices with this Occupational Therapist designed practice book and teacher’s guide. Letters are grouped and sequenced
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 card template. Students will be able to complete task
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
Autism, Special Education, Kindergarten- Fine Motor Task Cards.
One of my TOP selling items!!!
These task cards are for working on fine motor skills. Each page holds two cards that can be laminated and cut in half to make two task cards.
Once laminated, dry erase markers , dry erase crayons, p
Alphabet Play Dough Mats: Multisensory Alphabet Recognition Activities. ABC and Alphabet fun for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, SPED, RTI, and home school classrooms. Color and Black and White Versions Included!
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
This mini bundle provides various visual schedules for teaching children to use the restroom.
-Full page visual schedule (2 color options)
-Horizontal visual schedule (2 color options)
-Vertical visual schedule (3 color options)
Visual schedules are a key element
Teach kids to make paper snowflakes with these simple snowflake templates. The perfect way to encourage kids to practice their scissor skills this holiday and winter season. This snowflake cutting activity is a great addition to your winter theme and snow theme unit and lesson plans. Fine motor f
This is a set of images connected with Physical Activity Kids Clip Art
The images included in this set are: (COLOR IMAGES ONLY).
Images include children doing different physical activities: climbing, running, trampolining, hopping, skipping, balancing, doing splits, stretching, doing a handstand an
ABC Editable Alphabet Pages for Preschool, Pre-k, Kindergarten, Special Education or RTI. Alphabet pages can be used for alphabet collages, alphabet crafts, as alphabet play dough or activity mats. You can also bind the sheets to make a class ABC book. Work on letter recognition, letter/sound as
These Alpha Punchers are great for your literacy centers, your small group instruction or even as an assessment tool to see if your students have mastered the letters you have taught. Not only do students practice their alphabet recognition, but they also get to practice their fine motor skills as
Appealing and easy to use, this basic 49 page tracing and writing fine motor skill activity includes lines and alphabet tracing with thick, easy to see lines. This is a wonderful activity to use for your students who require beginning or frequent practice with early writing skills.
For more FINE M
Students use their fine motor skills and practice their sight words! You can use pom-poms and tweezers or laminate and use play-doh!
20 Words included: the, a, I, go, see, like, we, and, as, at, can, do, have, has, in, my, no, on, to, went.
Children with autism or special needs as well as typically developing children often benefit from a visual cue when following one step directions. Incorporating movement and exercise into your classroom routine can help improve attention and behavior enabling your students to be more engaged leaners
This center activity includes 60 patterning task cards designed to be used with pony beads and pipe cleaners or laces. This activity is wonderful for strengthening fine motor skills and for helping children recognize and predict patterns.
Patterning With Pony Beads includes 12 pattern cards in each
This everyday writing practice is great for a daily handwriting program in your classroom. These writing and tracing activities come in 3 levels geared towards students working towards independence.
This download included 10 practice pages in 3 levels each. The pages included are:
Cutting Practice & Scissor Work for Beginners.
Pre-k, kindergarten, and 1st grade students can practice cutting lines and curves with this product. (Click on Preview to see some of the pages that are included.)
This packet includes printables of lines, curves and shapes with varying degrees
This resource includes 10 large motor movement cards and an individual mini schedule you can use to get your students moving and save your sanity.
• Open gym
• Indoor recess
• Brain breaks
• Gym class
• Morning meeting
• Outdoor recess
• Sensory breaks
Multiplication Snowflake Solutions ~ Math Winter Printables Color By The Code Puzzles To Practice Multiplication Skills
~This Color By Number Unit Is Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~
This set includes 4 snow themed math puzzles with multiplication fact
ABC practice! Letter writing and fine motor practice for children in preschool, pre-k, early childhood education, kindergarten, special education, childcare ,RTI, and homeschool classrooms. Children will have the opportunity to practice their letter recognition, letter writing skills, and even pho
Great fine motor and literacy center activity! It included all 40 pre-primer dolch sight words. I have my students use puff balls and tweezers! You can laminate and use play-doh as well!
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Handwriting Practice Worksheets with Second Grade Sight Words.
Block Handwriting places an emphasis on letter size and spacing to teach legible handwriting. If letters are all the same size and smashed together handwriting can be illegible.
These worksheets were designed to help students practice
This is a set of images connected with Physical Activity Kids (Blacklines)
The images included in this set include children doing different physical activities: climbing, running, trampolining, hopping, skipping, balancing, doing splits, stretching, doing a handstand and jumping. A 'Move Your Body'
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!
This dental sequencing set can contain up to 6 steps; You can pick and choose which steps to include in your project. You will receive 26 high-quality image files, which includes 13 color images and 13 black & white images in transparent 300dpi png.
This set includes:
* Boy rin
Morning Work for Students with Autism (March & April). This may work great for K, 1st and 2nd grade students or students whose special needs include developmental delays. This packet includes March and April related worksheets that require variations in response styles for many answers. Some exa
Color matching and sorting activity fun with bear color match clip cards. A great color and fine motor activity for toddlers, preschool, pre-k, childcare, home school, early intervention, SPED, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and busy bags. Perfect for your bear theme!!!
Over 20 scenarios that challenge student's emotional understanding and social inference abilities! NO PRINT NO PREP option: I like to download to my computer or tablet and display scenarios for discussion. Students decide how they would feel in each situation using picture promp
Number play dough mats and ten frame mats. Number activities, number sense, numeral recognition, and counting fun for your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten kids. Play dough ten frame math and number mats can be used with a variety of materials. These activity mats were previously hidden in another
Here is a social story that can be printed, laminated and binded for durable re-use. Social stories are a great way to teach children with special needs and Autism various life skills and routines within their day.
This 12 page social story walks through the steps of using the restroom. Each page h
This essential classroom First/Then Board contains 156 visuals for use at home and school. Most areas are covered including self-grooming, school, chores at home, sports, vacation, play, hobbies and restaurants. I will be more than happy to provide any additional visuals that you may need for a sp
Don’t just expect young children to write numbers, teach them how! Worksheets are grouped by similar formation so that children can use the motor skills that they have learned to make the next numbers. These sheets are not arranged in numerical order as they provide instruction based on movement lea
This is part 2 of Form-a-Phrase and Form-a-Sentence Dough Mats! It does NOT require part 1. Part 1 addresses nouns and actions, and this pack addresses nouns and adjectives (descriptive terms).
20 Form-a-Sentence mats
20 Form-a-Phrase mats
Descriptive words/adjectives included are:
Playdough is a favorite of my students and it's so great to help develop fine motor skills. I am SO excited about this playdough pack. It's full of math, literacy and fine motor activities to help students stay motivated and make learning fun! This pack is 217 pages long and offers lots of choice
This 50+ page file is perfect to use in a multi-level classroom. I use these worksheets for centers, teacher time, and independent work daily for my students with autism in K-3. Use them throughout the school year to develop your students' fine motor skills and letter formation.
These worksheets a
If you need a little something to jazz up your room or bulletin board, or need some visuals to help your students remember all the “parts” we use in speech, these ARTICULATORS Mini-Posters / Signs are perfect for you. This set contains 6 different “articulators” on 4 ½ in circles, plus a header whic
Children with autism or special needs as well as typically developing children often benefit from a visual cue when following one step directions. Incorporating movement and pretending into your classroom routine can help improve attention and behavior enabling your students to be more engag
LEGO Patterns 24 Cards
You will need 4 Duplo LEGOS (red, blue, yellow, and green)
This item uses real photos of each LEGO pattern. They are almost true to size.
Simply give your child/student a LEGO pattern card and have them build the pattern that is on the card. Great for fine motor skills.
Gingerbread man and Christmas counting and fine motor practice for your preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, SPED, or occupational therapy classroom. This resource is perfect for your math and fine motor learning centers.
*Please note that this activity is included in my
Are you looking for a fun way to practice letter recognition, letter formation, phonemic awareness and strengthen fine motor skills with your preschool, pre-K or kindergarten children? This set contains a complete set of alphabet play dough mats and letter tracing sheets. There is one play dough m
Children with autism or special needs sometimes struggle with understanding emotions. They benefit from using visual cues to practice the facial expressions associated with emotions. This helps social skill development, communication, and behavior.
Incorporating movement and imagination in