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Learning to read using visuals helps students with comprehension and master IEP Goals. Super successful activity that your kids will love!This reading comprehension activity contains 10 ready-to-color booklets and data sheets to record student progress for IEP Goal mastery. Perfect for Kindergarten
Autism Reading Comprehension Booklets and Data Sheets for Special Education and reading intervention.This reading comprehension activity contains 10 ready-to-color booklets and data sheets to record student progress for IEP Goal mastery. Perfect for Kindergarten through Second Grade or students with
MAIN CHARACTER IN TEXT Task Cards “Task Box Filler” for Autism This Task Card “Task Box Filler” focuses on identifying the main character in a story or reading passage, an important reading skill that many of our students are working on as an IEP Goal. Using repetitive text (name) and a choice of
An 11 page EASY-TO-ASSEMBLE story describing things you see and do when you have to stay at home on a rainy day. A word bank of 12 picture/word cards are included in this activity. Removable picture/word cards should be used to help answer the 11 comprehension questions suitable for children with
Use this visual to help your child identify characters in a story.
This is a classic storybook that offers multiple language opportunities for working on vocabulary, sequencing, categories, and - of course - retelling. Storybooks are used a lot in Speech-Language therapy to increase language skills and help student learn about story structure and narratives. You
You will find a color coordinated graphic organizer and over 240 Boardmaker pictures to help students identify characters and setting in books. The character organizer and pictures are yellow and the setting organizer and pictures are blue. This helps teach students with autism the difference betw
Feelings stories for emotion identification and coping strategies!All About Feelings, When I Feel Sad, When I Feel Angry and When I Feel Frustrated are stories that help kids with identifying feelings and emotions by showing them examples of positive choices in managing strong feelings! They are the
Do your students struggle with identifying story elements or answering comprehension questions about a story? This set of visuals is perfect for students with autism or other disabilities who have difficulty understanding questions like “who are the characters?” and “what is the setting?” I like t
For teachers of students with autism and special needs...EASY-TO-USE Academic Skills Assessment Booklets with IEP Goals and Present Level of Performance Statement Starters! Beginning of school year student skills assessment booklets for special needs students with a touch of fun! Assess math, readi
Feelings and Emotions | All About Feelings Storybook lessonThis 'All About Feelings' children's story (color) introduces a variety of feelings (excited, disappointed, sad, angry, surprised, anxious, proud) to kindergarten and primary age children. Material is presented in a fun and humorous manner t
Our The Girl Who Thought In Pictures Activities are now digital for distance learning with editable teaching slides and worksheets based on Julia Finley Mosca's book. Read aloud the picture book then use the printables or go paperless with Google or Seesaw to practice standards-based skills.We have
Includes 10 Social Studies themed templates/assignments featuring comic-styled approaches other countries, world religions, current events, artifacts, and MORE! In addition, this kit comes with the Making Comics-Lesson 11 and 30 Blank Comic Templates! Have students "show what they know" in SCHOOL
Do you love a simple sing-along story? This interactive Thanksgiving story with matching pieces, PECS pictures for AAC devices, vocabulary/matching picture board, and coloring pages is the perfect hands-on circle-time lesson with extended center activities. Great for SLPs and pre-k teachers. Your st
This comprehension preview template is great for previewing stories with your students who have autism or your ESL students. It is meant for students whose language impairments prevent them from seeing the “big picture” when they read stories. They may have difficulty understanding the social cont
This WHO questions activity is perfect for children who are beginning to work on responding appropriately to "who" questions at a basic level.Throughout the 20 pictures in this activity, the child will select the picture that provides the appropriate response to various simple "who" questions by poi
This WHO questions activity is perfect for children who are beginning to work on responding appropriately to "who" questions at a basic level.Throughout the 20 pictures in this activity, the child will select the picture that provides the appropriate response to various simple "who" questions by poi
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No, Silly-Willy"...Story Characters' THINKING & "Thought Bubble" Comprehension !!!BOOM TASK CARDS**/ A BOOK COMPANION with 4 different goals, for the book "No, Silly-Willy", ©2018, Author Caroline J Clarke Connelly (Book not Included). An eBOOK w/AUDIO version of the book is available in my
These digital task cards are perfect for distance learning, especially students in special education or students with autism. These 24 digital task cards on the BOOM Learning website include practice identifying the character and setting from 1-2 sentences. *The task cards include audio, therefore
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Understanding and Identifying Emotions | BOOM Cards Speech Therapy | Social Skills | Social Emotional Learning | Autism | How do you Feel? | Theory of Mind | Perspective Taking | For grades K-12 | NO PREP toolkit for understanding and identifying feelings and emotions is here (featuring diverse chil
FAIRY-TALE INTERACTIVE BUNDLE + Bonus FileA bundle of Fairy-tale Interactive Books, each one designed to involve students in learning about popular story characters and story sequences. For my Visual Students I've added a comprehensive interactive book, a ring of pictures for vocabulary and 2 seque
Understanding and Identifying Emotions BUNDLE | Printable Visual Supports | BOOM Cards Speech Therapy | Social Skills | Social Emotional Learning | Autism | How do you Feel? | Theory of Mind | Perspective Taking | For grades K-12 | LOW PREP toolkit for understanding and identifying feelings and emot
School can be a stressful environment. I created the monitor with both students and staff in mind. We have posted it in our classroom as a reminder for all to monitor their stress levels and self regulate. Use the six printable posters to teach students how to identify stress, how to manage their
Do your students have the vocabulary to talk about positive and negative behaviors? Help them learn and apply 40 words to describe people with this fun activity set! It also includes 5 social rules posters, incorporating the vocabulary, to get students thinking about how others think of them when th

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